The New York Times featured Dan Weiner: Vintage New York 1940-1959 in an article titled “The Radical Empathy of Dan Weiner.” The Times writes, “His photographs of mid-20th-century New Yorkers capture a moment in the city, but more than that, they preserve the people who lived those moments.”
Sandra Weiner: New York Kids, 1940-1948 is included in Artnet's "Editors’ Picks: 11 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week." The exhibition is on view through August 9th.
Art in America reviews SKG artist's Debi Cornwall's book and exhibition titled Welcome to Camp America. Previously on view at the gallery, the photographs capture the eerie aftermath of Guantanamo Bay.
L'oeil De La Photographie features SKG's current exhibition, Dan Weiner: Vintage New York, 1940-1959 and Sandra Weiner: New York Kids, 1940-1948. These shows will be on view through July 28.
Hyperallergic's Seph Rodney reviews Refraction: New Photography of Africa and Its Diaspora. The group exhibition of 12 artists is on view at SKG through June 2.
SKG artist Wendy Ewald speaks with Andrea K. Scott of the New Yorker on her collaborations with children in rural areas. Her exhibition featuring this work, Wendy Ewald: Works, Projects, Collaborations 1975-1996, is on view at SKG through June 2.
The New York Times reviews The Kamoinge Workshop’s new exhibit, “Black Women: Power and Grace,” at the National Arts Club from May 28 to June 30. The workshop includes SKG artists Louis Draper, Ming Smith and Shawn Walker.