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.
Marie Claire Italia features SKG's current group exhibition, Refraction: New Photography of Africa and Its Diaspora. The show is on view through June 2 and features the work of 12 artists.
Congratulations to Jason E. Hill for the laudatory Artforum review of his new book on PM, the 1940s newspaper we featured in our exhibition in 2016. We sold an entire run of PM to the Metropolitan Museum Department of Photography. It features work by Ad Reinhardt, Weegee, Helen Levitt, Saul Steinberg, Lisette Model and so much more. Hill illuminates how PM was a “dissident mutation” designed from the outset as a critique of notions of objectivity in journalism and photography.
SKG artist Wendy Ewald speaks with Holly Stuart Hughes of PDN on her current solo exhibition at Steven Kasher Gallery open through June 2.
Wendy Ewald speaks with Photograph Mag about one of her favorite photographs from her Mexico series. Images from the series are on view at SKG through June 2 in her solo exhibition, Wendy Ewald: Works, Projects, Collaborations 1975-1996.