Roslyn Bernstein of Guenica in conversation with Shawn Walker on the start of his photography career and his first solo exhibition at SKG.
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.
Anja Niemi's "She Could Have Been a Cowboy" is featured on the front page of A New Type of Imprint. "She Could Have Been a Cowboy" opens at SKG on March 1.
Maurice Berger of The New York Times on Shawn Walker's 50 year career in photography, his work with the Kamoinge Workshop and the influence music has on his work.
SKG artist Meryl Meisler in conversation with Miss Rosen of Vice on her self-portraits from the 1970s. The photographs are featured in her book, Purgatory & Paradise: SASSY 70s Suburbia & The City.
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.
On view at the Museum of the City of New York are photographs from the SKG collection of Martin Luther King Jr.. They are a part of the "King in New York" exhibit on view through June 1.