Past Exhibitions



2024 SKM Photo | International Art Fair

March 7 – March 11, 2024




December 8, 2023 – February 29, 2024


Philip Thurston, Zest,



July 26 – September 17, 2023



Benjamin Everett


February 24 – April 6, 2023

Manny "PacMan" Pacquiao raises his hands in victory and to God after defeating Timothy "Desert Storm" Bradley in the third fight of their trilogy at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV on April 9, 2016. The "Pride of the Philippines" would outbox Bradley and win by Unanimous Decision on all three judges scorecards 116-110. Pacquiao + Bradley fought 3 fights and a total of 36 rounds. In their 1st meeting in 2012, Bradley was awarded the highly controversial split decision. Boxing analysts, media + fans thought the "Pride of the Philippines" had clearly beaten Bradley. In their rematch in 2014, Pacquiao would reclaim the WBO Welterweight Title. By the time they would meet for the 3rd and final time, Pacquiao had been talking about hanging up the gloves in order to focus on serving the Philippino people. After defeating Bradley in their final fight he officially announced his retirement from boxing. The Filipino boxing icon would claim his next victory outside the ring five weeks later when he was elected as a Senator of the Philippines in May 2016. Photo by JP YIM.

JP Yim


April 22 – December 13, 2022





Nika, 24, a sniper for the Ukrainian army. 2 September 2016. Bakhmut, Donbass, East Ukraine. In June of 2016, Ukrainian women were finally given the right to serve in combat positions. Before that, they were barred from serving on the front line as part of the armed service. However, since the beginning of Maidan, despite rules, women were consistently on the front line risking their lives in volunteer positions, sometimes claiming to be "medic" on paper, and serving roles such as being snipers without legal representation from the government.

Sarah Blesener

Ukrainian Female Soldiers

April 7 – December 13, 2022



Arkalak, a twelve-year-old eagle hunter, holds his eagle in the Altai mountains of western Mongolia. Following in his father’s footsteps and in keeping with Kazakh eagle hunting tradition, Arkalak started training his own eagle at the age of ten.

Claire Thomas


February 26 – April 8, 2022





May 9th, 2018. A Sumo Training Hall, Asahi University, Mizuho Gifu, Japan. Jyuri Beniya, 20 years old (left) and Kotone Hori, 18 years old (right), members of the Asahi University women sumo team, demonstrate a wrestling technique against each other in the training hall where they practice most weekdays.

Laura Liverani


July 12 – October 1, 2021


from the series Suburban Chinatown

Jessica Chou

Suburban Chinatown

April 27 – July 10, 2021

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Natan Dvir


February 26 – April 7, 2021

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September 29, 2020 - Amazonia Forest, Amazonia, Brazil. The small Indian tribe the Apurina have adopted a more modern approach to their livelyhood by using cattle to survive in the dense forest whiel making some clearing to let their animal pastor. This small tribe has been hidding from the outside world during the Covid-19 epidemic, fighting off the sickness as none of its members have been sick from the new virus. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie/Sipa Press)

Jonathan Alpeyrie


December 9, 2020 – February 20, 2021

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William Meyers

William Meyers

Music New York

July 28 – November 30, 2020

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Felipe Jácome

CAMINANTES: The Venezuelan Exodus

May 1 – July 25, 2020

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Ans Westra

Urban Drift

December 5, 2019 – March 28, 2020

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Peter Bush

MANA: 60 Years of All Blacks Photography

September 19 – November 23, 2019

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The NPR (National Police Reservists) patrol the fenced border of Ol Pejeta conservancy in Central Kenya looking for signs of poachers.

In 2018, they were fired upon by 3 poachers and a firefight ensued, all 3 poachers were killed by the NPR in self defense.

Justin Mott

No Man’s Land

June 15 – September 15, 2019

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Kaz Nomachi

Kazuyoshi Nomachi

January 24 – May 31, 2019




The Treachery of Impermanence
June 5 – October 31, 2018


Guillermo Cervera

April 4 – May 29, 2018

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Utah Patriot Camp, a week-long day camp, takes place in Herriman, Utah, 30 June 2017. The camp teaches the constitution, American values, military history, lessons on God's Word, and others. The camp strives to create patriots, and is for elementary-aged children. The Herriman camp hosted 95 students for the week.

Sarah Blesener

The Making Of A Patriot
February 20 – April 1, 2018


Ruthie Abel

Let It Be The Dream It Used To Be
November 30, 2017 – January 24, 2018

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Paul Bulteel

Waste Not
September 20, 2017 – January 31, 2018
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Isabella Huffington

May 4—September 12, 2017

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from the Metropolis project

Photo: Martin Roemers

Martin Roemers

February 1—April 26, 2017

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Daniella Zalcman

Signs of Your Identity
November 16, 2016—January 25, 2017

Military age males

Tomas van Houtryve

Blue Sky Days
October 4—December 31, 2016

Platform diving, Men, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 1996

David Burnett

Man Without Gravity
June 7—September 25, 2016


Brent Stapelkamp

Hwange: Cecil’s Kingdom
April 3—May 29, 2016

At twilight, Manhattan resembles a vast living organism with ribbons of energy pulsing through its streets and up into its hundred thousand buildings.

George Steinmetz

New York Air
November 3, 2015—March 30, 2016

August 26th, 2015, La Habana, Cuba. Before the 1959 revolution in Cuba, there was about 15 thousand Jews living within the country's borders. Today, a mere 1500 are left. Most Jews in Cuba were business people thriving due to the adequate business environment within the country. With the arrival of Fidel Castro and his Communist ideas, many of these Jews lost their bunsiness and moved to the US, mostly in Miami. Though never persecuted, but rather well treated by the regime, most prefered to leave to prosper economically somehwere else. There are three main Jewish/Synagogues within Habana which are quite active in keeping the renmants of the community together, with the help of money coming from Jewish organizations in the US and Isreal. (Jonathan Alpeyrie/Transterra Media)

Jonathan Alpeyrie

Last Jews of Cuba
October 9—31, 2015

Allensworth, CA. Fence post. Allensworth is a town in Tulare County, California. The population is 471 and 54% live below the poverty level.

Matt Black

The Geography of Poverty
September 12—November 1, 2015


Paolo Pellizzari

June 24—September 5, 2015



Natan Dvir

Coming Soon
March 4—May 17, 2015



David Burnett

Soul Rebel
February 1—March 31, 2015


Dina Litovsky

Fashion Lust
January 8—February 24, 2015


Guillermo Cervera

October 24, 2014—January 4, 2015


Matt Black

From Clouds to Dust
September 12—October 19, 2014


Martin Roemers

Relics of the Cold War
July 16—September 10, 2014


Anastasia Taylor-Lind

MAIDAN: Portraits from the Black Square
May 30—July 13, 2014


Jonathan Alpeyrie

February 25—May 22, 2014


Ron Haviv

November 1, 2013—February 15, 2014

After appearing cautious amongst the Vumbi pride, resident male Hildur inexplicably began to run, and continued to run for five miles.  He was running to his other pride where we found him consorting with an estrus female the next day.  Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, 2012.

Michael Nichols

September 26—October 30, 2013

Saigon's motorbike craze is one of the heralds of the Vietnam's cultural and economic rejuvenation.

The morning commute finds young schoolgirls dressed in the traditional Ao Dai. Pre-communist fashions have made a big comeback since the late 1980s when the government began to loosen restrictions.

Ed Kashi

Saigon on Wheels
May 30—August 18, 2013

Sep 07, 2008 - New York, New York, United States: A hotdog vendor looks at a woman next to a Zara billboard on 5th Avenue.  (Natan Dvir / Polaris Images)

Natan Dvir

Coming Soon
March 15—May 19, 2013


George Steinmetz

Desert Air
November 3, 2012—March 3, 2013


Bruce Haley

September 12—October 26, 2012


Paolo Pellizzari

June 6—August 31, 2012

EDINBOURG, SCOTLAND - NOVEMBER 11TH: Thomas is beeing photographed during a WWII veteran rally, November 11th 2006, in Scotland. He fought as a courier in North Africa and later in Burma with the Chindits.

Jonathan Alpeyrie

WWII Veterans
April 11—May 31, 2012


Martin Roemers

February 29—April 8, 2012


GMB Akash

October 27—December 23, 2011

A child gold miner in Watsa, northeastern Congo. 2004

Marcus Bleasdale

Rape of a Nation
September 7—October 21, 2011


George Steinmetz

June 5—August 26, 2011

The Persian carpet is a central element of the Iranian culture and is said to be an earthly mirror of paradise. But it is also an industry that gives work to one Iranian out of ten and is in constant search for new products and markets. It is now possible to find in TehranÕs bazaar high quality carpets (eighty knots per square centimeter) that have very little of the traditional patterns. The one in the photo is sold at about 2000Û. 
Iran, Tehran, June 2009.

Paolo Woods

Walk on My Eyes
January 18—March 5, 2011

These young girls, ages 11-13, use a paste made from teh tsiambara plant's roots to beautify their skin. They usually leave it on for 5 days and keep on redoing the process except on market days. The meaning of this process is called "I don't want to show you".

These images have been made for the 2010 Prix Pictet Commission, working in cooperation with the United Kingdom based NGO, Azafady, to show issues around land, forests and poverty in this region of Madagascar. The purpose of the images and stories collected here are to illustrate the lack of develoment and Azafady's efforts to promote sustainable development to improve the lives of the people and how the land is used.

Ed Kashi

October 26—December 30, 2010


Jay Colton

Kashi – City of Light
June 10—August 15, 2010


Nick Zinner

May 4—June 4, 2010

Port-au-Prince, 29/01/2010
The Marché Hyppolite, also known as the Marché en Fer burns along with other parts of the downtown of Port-au-Prince. This market dates to 1849 and is inscribed with slogans of work and fraternity. I has been set ablaze by arsonists, probably as part of retaliation against store owners who have fought back against looters. Note woman in yellow dress in lower right trying to put out the fire in her stall with a small bucket and water from the gutter.
The downtown area of Port-au-Prince that was badly damaged by the earthquake.

Roger LeMoyne

April 16—June 3, 2010



David Wright

Uganda—A River Blue
February 5—March 31, 2010


George Steinmetz

Empty Quarter
October 9, 2009—January 31, 2010


Cedric Gerbehaye

Congo in Limbo
September 18—October 25, 2009


Carlos Jimenez Cahua

June 19—August 15, 2009

A group of women club in burqas waiting in the Dashti Barchi Clinic in Kabul to have their children vaccinated, Sep 28, 2004. Photo by Farzana Wahidy

Farzana Wahidy

Afghan Women
April 8—May 31, 2009
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