Works making extensive use of legal or government documents should use the footnote style, not the author-date style.
In the running text or caption indicate the artist, year the work was created, title of the work, and where it is located.
Many use this powerful tool to simply to satisfy their curiosity, researching friends and family or even learning more about trending celebrities.
However, if a formal citation is needed, follow the example below, separating the year and month/day.
"The Blacker the Berry: Gender, Skin Tone, Self-Esteem, and Self-Efficacy." Gender and Society 15 (3): 336-57. For more information see: Chicago Manual of Style, 15.47 Magazine articles can be cited in the running text (e.g., As Scott Spencer mentions in his May 1979 Harper's article "Childhood's End," ....) and not included in the reference list.
Posted by Name of Person/Organization, Date Posted.
"Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address." You Tube video, .
However, if a formal citation is needed, follow the examples below, separating the year and month/day.