Elyssa Goodman of Vice interviews Anja Niemi on her latest series, She Could Have Been A Cowboy. Anja Niemi: She Could Have Been A Cowboy is on view at SKG through April 14.
Vice's Amuse interviews SKG artist Bill Hayes on his memoir "Insomniac City," his street photography in New York City, and his relationship with Oliver Sacks.
SKG artist Meryl Meisler speaks with The New York Times' David Gonzalez on photographing the people of New York City in 1975.
Roslyn Bernstein of Guenica in conversation with Shawn Walker on the start of his photography career and his first solo exhibition at SKG.
Dazed interviews Ming Smith on her career and on being the first black woman to have work in MoMA’s permanent collection.
Publishers Weekly reviews Bill Hayes' new photo book, How New York Breaks Your Heart. Our exhibition featuring 24 of these black and white and color photographs opens February 15.
Robert Baker of the Village Voice discusses SKG artist Fred McDarrah's impact on the publication and how he helped define the East Village with his documentation of the visionaries who lived there.