Sarah Hoskins photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her work is in numerous permanent collections including The Archive of Documentary Arts at Duke University, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and The Smithsonian Institution. The recipient of numerous grants and fellowships, Hoskins has been profiled on NPR’s Weekend Edition and NPR's Picture Show, and she was a resident at Yaddo in 2012. In 2010, Hoskins was one of four photographers selected for the Robert C. May Photography Endowment Lecture Series at The Art Museum at The University of Kentucky. You can view more of her work on her website.
The 2016 news cycle published many articles and images of Eastern Kentucky as both white and poor. However, the town of Lynch, an historically African American community in Harlan County that was established in 1917 by the U.S. Coal and Coke Company, stands strong.
“The summer of 2014, my daughter and I found ourselves on McCracken Pike in Millville, Kentucky, staring up at the former Old Taylor distillery,” explains Sarah Hoskins of her project Bourbon as it Used to be, Now Castle & Key, a documentation of the ruins and rehabilitation of the site.