The Steven Kasher Gallery booth from Photo London Fair has been featured on L'Oeil de la Photographie, including images by Miles Aldridge, Vivian Maier, Jill Freedman, Marilyn Minter and Martha Cooper.
Miss Rosen discusses Martha Cooper's background and how her photographs bring street art into the gallery space.
Steven Kasher Gallery is pleased to host a sold-out panel discussion on Saturday, May 13th from 2-4pm in conjunction with the exhibition, Bob Dylan NYC 1961-1964.
It will feature: Ted Russell, photographer; Bob Yellin, musician and photographer; John Cohen, musician, photographer and filmmaker and Sean Wilentz, historian and author. While the event is sold out, the panel will be live-streamed via Steven Kasher Gallery's facebook page.
Aperture's Jessica Lynne interviews the curators of The Brooklyn Museum exhibition, We Wanted a Revolution: Radical Black Women, 1965-85, featuring Ming Smith.
David Gonzalez discusses Martha Cooper's career as the best known graffiti and street art photographer.
John Leland spoke with Ted Russell about his experience photographing Bob Dylan.
We are excited to debut new work by Miles Aldridge in collaboration with Maurizio Cattelan at Photo London! Six images each available in limited editions of six. We will also be exhibiting works by 9 female artists.
Kenneth Bachor goes behind the scenes of Martha Cooper's current exhibition, discussing how she first got involved in the world of street art.
Ben Yakas goes behind the scenes of our Ted Russell exhibition, "Bob Dylan NYC 1961-1964."
i-D explores our current Martha Cooper exhibition, claiming that Cooper's photographs celebrate our city's spirit.
Martha Cooper shares the valuable history that illustrates the significance of some of her pieces with Brooklyn Street Art.
Sarah Cascone states that Ted Russell's photographs of Bob Dylan are "a snapshot into the earliest days of the career of one of the 20th century’s most iconic musicians."
The New York Times features Stephen Shames' photograph in its review of "Black Power!" at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture