Sculptor Louise Nevelson with her pet Fat-Fat in the series "The Only Perfect Relationship in This Fickle World," about New Yorkers and their cats, 1975.
A 16-year-old Justin Bieber feet away from his packs of screaming fans, 2010.
Mario LoCicero's design of Andy Volet's Park Avenue apartment, a "no-furniture lounging cove that converts to a sit-in dance floor" whose steps lit up in blue neon, 1976.
Edie Beale, who would become a fashion icon, in East Hampton, 1972.
C.Z. Guest, Carolina Herrera, and Anne Slater in Glenn Bernbaum;s restaurant, Mortimer's, in 1986.
A man dancing at the Roxy, the West 18th Street roller disco that eventually became a dance club, in 1982.
Ali McGraw in the year she began to become a star because of Goodbye, Columbus, 1969.
David Yarritu's series of Polaroids capturing New York's drag scene, 1985-2005.
Punks named Marsha and Craig in 1977.
A resident of Brighton Beach on the boardwalk outside of the popular local restaurant Volna, 2009.
A party hosted by the artist N. D. Austin that ended up on neighboring water towers, 2015.