Okayafrica. features SKG's group exhibition, Refraction: New Photography of Africa and Its Diaspora and discusses the complex link between black stereotypes and black reality.
L'Oeil de la Photographie features SKG's upcoming exhibitions Wendy Ewald: Works, Project, Collaborations 1975-1996 and Refraction: New Photography of Africa and Its Diaspora. Join us on April 19 from 6-8pm for their opening receptions. Both exhibits will be open through June 2.
The New Yorker features SKG's upcoming exhibition, Refraction: New Photography of Africa and Its Diaspora in its art section with an image by Hakeem Adewumi. Refraction opens on April 19 and runs through June 2.
Dario Calmese photographs Harlem Fashion Icon, Lana Turner for her feature in The New Yorker. Calmese's work from the series will be on view in our AIPAD booth, "Performance/Politics" open April 5-8.
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.
AI-AP features Steven Kasher Gallery's upcoming booth at The Photography Show presented by AIPAD entitled Performance/Politics. The booth will be open from April 5-8 at Pier 94 and capitalizes on the performative qualities of photography.
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle interviews SKG artist Bill Hayes on his first photography book, How New York Breaks Your Heart.