This month, a new exhibit at the W New York hotel (541 Lexington Ave.) serves up a tribute to the city's Ballroom community with never-before-seen photographs taken at vogue balls throughout the city over the last two decades. Called Legends, the show features images that appear in a new book of the same name by photographer Gerard H. Gaskin, who's been documenting the Ballroom scenes in New York, Philadelphia, Richmond and Washington D.C. for over 20 years. The striking photos -- many of which appear in black-and-white -- disprove the notion that voguing is suddenly having a resurgence now. As the images show, the scene remained vibrant as ever post-Paris Is Burning and Madonna and legends were kiki-ing and carrying on all throughout the Clinton and Bush eras. Take a peek at photos from the exhibit below and go check it out at the W (it runs through the end of the month). In honor of the exhibit, the hotel is also offering a special travel package in support of the Hetrick-Martin Institute, an organization dedicated to providing support for at-risk LGBTQ youth throughout New York City.

W Legendary Exhibit

W Legendary Exhibit

W Legendary Exhibit

W Legendary Exhibit

W Legendary Exhibit

W Legendary Exhibit

W Legendary Exhibit