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Life & CultureFeatureThe Club King: The Rise and Fall of Peter GatienMiss Rosen meets Peter Gatien, also known as New York’s “King of Clubs”, who has just released a memoir chronicling his journey from a childhood in a Canadian mill town to the apex of a cultural empireMiss Rosen
Willi Smith Street Couture Exhibition New York Streetwear
Style & GroomingFeatureCelebrating Willi Smith, the Pioneering Godfather of StreetwearA true fashion trailblazer, Willi Smith – who was known as “the designer of the people” – created clothing not for the salon but the streetMiss Rosen
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Life & CulturePhoto StoryRobert Wilson Remembers His Close Friend Robert MapplethorpeAs Robert Mapplethorpe selected by Robert Wilson opens at Galerie Thomas Schulte, the avant-garde theatre director and designer remembers his close friend and collaboratorMiss Rosen
Jeff Divine: 70s Surf Photographs
Life & CultureFeatureRiding the Waves: Photos of the 1970s Surf Scene in California and HawaiiPhotographer Jeff Divine shares his memories of surfing in the 1970s, as his new book is publishedMiss Rosen
Body Study, models unknown, c. 1982
Style & GroomingFeatureAntonio Lopez’s Sensual Drawings of DancersA new exhibition Antonio Lopez: Let Me Hear Your Body Talk focuses on lesser-known images from the prolific fashion illustrator’s oeuvre, which capture the dance- and body-obsessed zeitgeist of the 1980sMiss Rosen
Life & CultureIllicit HistoriesThe Secret Male Nudes of 1930s and 40s Photographer George Platt LynesMiss Rosen tells the story of George Platt Lynes, whose secret photographs were saved from destruction by the Kinsey InstituteMiss Rosen
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Life & CultureFeatureHow Photography Inspired Dennis Hopper to Spark American New WaveAn exhibition of the late actor and artist’s 1960s photography has opened in Los AngelesMiss Rosen
Life & CulturePhoto StoryQuietly Beautiful Polaroids of Massachusetts’ Queer CommunityMichael Joseph’s ongoing series The Wild West of the East shines a light on Provincetown, the fabled LGBTQ summer getaway situated at the very tip of Cape CodMiss Rosen
With Andy Warhol at The Factory
Life & CulturePhoto StoryIn Pictures: Jonas Mekas’ New York DiariesOne year on from the filmmaker’s death, new book I Seem to Live: The New York Diaries 1950-1969, Volume 1 provides a whirlwind chronicle of his impact on the New York art sceneMiss Rosen
Life & CultureIllicit HistoriesMel Roberts, the Queer Photographer Targeted by the LAPD for His ImagesMiss Rosen charts the rise and fall – and rise again – of the late photographer Mel Roberts, who captured young men on the beaches of CaliforniaMiss Rosen
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Life & CultureFeatureCelebrating Tim Greathouse, Who Photographed 1980s New York’s Art WorldAs a new exhibition of the artist’s work goes on show on New York, friends and collaborators Gracie Mansion and Sur Rodney (Sur) remember his powerful photographs, which captured art-world luminaries like David Wojnarowicz and Peter HujarMiss Rosen
Life & CultureListThe Best Another Man Photo Stories of the Year12 of the most compelling photo stories we’ve had the pleasure of publishing in 2019Miss Rosen
Clifton Kinnie
Life & CultureListThe Best Another Man Features of 2019Featuring interviews with pop and underground cultural figures: from 21 Savage, Akala and Ashton Sanders, to Matty Healy, Peter Berlin, Werner Herzog – plus the young activists calling for change, justice and acceptanceMiss Rosen
Style & GroomingIllicit HistoriesJohn S. Barrington, the 1950s Artist Behind the UK’s First Male Pin-Up MagBarrington’s drawings and sculptures of the male body made him the godfather of physique photography, and saw him arrested for his ‘obscene’ workMiss Rosen
The Trap Atlanta Music Vincent Desailly
Life & CulturePhoto StoryIn Pictures: Atlanta, the Epicentre of TrapFrench photographer Vincent Desailly heads to the heart of the genre redefining hip hopMiss Rosen
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Life & CultureFeatureHunter Reynolds, the Artist Who Uses Drag to Fight Homophobia in the ArtsMiss Rosen speaks to Hunter Reynolds as he prepares to stage a new exhibition titled Drag to Dervish, which celebrates and chronicles the life of Patina du PreyMiss Rosen
Dennis Hopper In Dreams
Life & CulturePhoto StoryHow Dennis Hopper Used Photography to Tell the Story of 1960s America Bringing together more than 100 pictures by Dennis Hopper – many of them never published before – new book In Dreams explores the late actor’s 1960s photographyMiss Rosen
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Life & CultureFeatureThe Incredible Untold Story of Rock and Roll Photographer Jim MarshallAnnie Leibovitz called him “the rock ‘n’ roll photographer” – then he all but disappeared. A new film and book uncover the tale of abuse and redemption behind the photographs which defined an eraMiss Rosen
Benjamin Fredrickson Photographs male sexuality erotica
Life & CulturePhoto StoryBenjamin Fredrickson’s Portraits Celebrate the Male BodyThe American photographer opens up about a new series of work, which has just gone on display at Daniel Cooney Fine Art in New YorkMiss Rosen
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Life & CultureFeatureSteven Arnold, the Queer Mystic Who Shaped 1960s CountercultureThe subject of a new documentary and now an exhibition at Paris Photo, Steven Arnold was an artist with far-reaching ideasMiss Rosen
Life & CulturePhoto StoryPhotographs Capturing the Teen Skaters of 1970s Los AngelesPhotographer Hugh Holland’s new book Silver. Skate. Seventies. is a never-before-scene portrait of California’s skateboard revolutionMiss Rosen
Hal Fischer The Gay Seventies 1970s Gay San Francisco
Life & CultureFeatureGay Semiotics: Hal Fischer’s Landmark 1970s Photo Series, in His Own WordsHal Fischer’s photography series, Gay Semiotics, deconstructed the ways his queer contemporaries in 1970s San Francisco presented themselves. Here, Fischer tells Another Man the story behind the series – and why he would never do a modern-day versionMiss Rosen
Life & CultureIllicit HistoriesBruce of Los Angeles, the Man Who Pioneered Beefcake PhotographyBruce Bellas, AKA Bruce of Los Angeles, is known as the grandfather of physique photography, influencing seminal image-makers like Robert Mapplethorpe and Herb Ritts. Continuing a new series, Miss Rosen looks at the man behind the photographsMiss Rosen
Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe by Lloyd Ziff
Life & CultureFeaturePhotos of Robert Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith When They Were ‘Just Kids’Lloyd Ziff’s previously unpublished photographs of Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe were taken in New York in 1968. Here, Ziff remembers the two young artists who went on to become iconsMiss Rosen