Topic: New York City

Q. Sakamaki, Instagram, Follow Friday
Follow Friday

#LightBoxFF: Q. Sakamaki’s Surreal Snapshots

Redux photographer Q. Sakamaki has covered protests, riots, and disasters, but his Instagram feed is full of gracefully composed moments of serenity.

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Thomas Prior
In Progress

Valley of Ashes: Thomas Prior’s Photos of Willets Point, Queens

Willets Point, Queens may be part of New York City, but it looks like a totally different world.

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Jonathan Woods (in orange) assists ironworkers as they remove the 13-foot-long jib from the beacon at the very top of 1 World Trade Center in New York City on Sept. 28, 2013.
The Backstory

10 Best Questions from TIME’s 1 World Trade Center Twitter Chat

Here are the 10 best questions from LightBox’s 1 World Trade Center Twitter chat

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Christopher Morris
Photo Essay

Grit, Grime and Graffiti: Christopher Morris on the New York Subway, 1981

TIME contract photographer Christopher Morris’ previously unpublished images of New York’s subway in the 1980s show us a world long gone.

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Out There

Robert Capa’s Unpublished Color Photographs Debut at ICP

A new show at the International Center of Photography sheds light on some of Robert Capa’s rare color photographs.

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Katie Murray
Out There

All the Queens Men: Photographing a Man’s World in NYC’s Outer Borough

Katie Murray’s latest book offers a unique and moving document of gender, history and place through the men of Queens, New York.

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The Backstory

Superstorm Sandy, One Year Later: Self-Portraits by Communities in Distress

One year ago, more than 800,000 photos were uploaded and tagged as Superstorm Sandy made landfall. On the anniversary of the devastating storm, Fred Ritchin writes for LightBox on the power of the photograph as self-documentary in 2013.

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Paris, France - SEPTEMBER 23: Behind the scenes with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on the 23rd September 2013 in Paris, France.  Here Mayor Bloomberg walks the last part of the journey back to his hotel in Paris after finishing up his meetings for the day. (Photos by Charles Ommanney/ Reportage by Getty Images)
Photo Essay

Bloomberg’s World: Photographing the Billionaire Mayor Abroad

For this week’s issue of TIME, award-winning photojournalist Charles Ommanney followed New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg as he traveled from Paris to London for our cover story by Michael Scherer. Ommanney, a veteran political photographer who has covered the White House for 12 years, spoke to LightBox about his life in politics and what it’s like covering the outgoing mayor.

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Mary Ellen Mark
Photo Essay

Almost Human: Mary Ellen Mark’s Photos of Animals

A new show in Oaxaca, Mexico highlights Mark’s work in the animal kingdom.

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Lexington Avenue, July 2005
Profile

New Eyes on Familiar Streets: Todd Gross in New York City

Never having worked before as a professional photographer, the Queens-native wanders the streets of New York City capturing the humor and darkness that coexists on every block.

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