Erin O’Keefe Reviewed by Collector Daily

Erin O’Keefe Reviewed by Collector Daily

Erin O’Keefe, Book of Days @Denny

By Loring Knoblauch, May 1, 2017

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JTF (just the facts): A total of 15 color and black and white photographs, framed in white and unmatted, and hung against white walls in the two room gallery space. All of the works are archival pigment prints mounted on museum board, made in 2016 and 2017. Physical sizes are either 20×16,
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Q&A with Blouin Artinfo and Erin O’Keefe

Q&A with Blouin Artinfo and Erin O’Keefe

The Phenomenon of Light and Shadow: A Q&A with Erin O’Keefe

BY TAYLOR DAFOE | APRIL 24, 2017

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Picking up in the tradition of still life photographers such as Barbara Kasten and Jan Groover, as well as sculptors like Brancusi and David Smith who used photography to explore the perspectival limitations of their own work, Erin O’Keefe makes pictures that reinvent physical space. She creates sculptures in a sense,
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Review of “The City & The City” by Emily Colucci for Art F City

Review of “The City & The City” by Emily Colucci for Art F City

“A Door-Shattering Breakthrough at Denny Gallery’s Pop-Up ‘The City & The City’” by Emily Colucci, July 8, 2016

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Nothing underscores the fraught tensions of gentrification quite like the deafening sound of a large glass door shattering behind you. Moments after I entered Denny Gallery’s East Broadway pop-up space this Wednesday, the gallery’s door splintered with a bang and a startling crack. Fragmenting into a wall of
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Erin O’Keefe Interviewed by Wave Hill

Erin O’Keefe Interviewed by Wave Hill

Things As They Are: An Interview with Erin O’Keefe

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Posted on May 31, 2016

Danni Shen, Curatorial Fellow in Visual Arts, organizes and interprets exhibitions at Wave Hill.

(Not So) Still Life, on view in Glyndor Gallery through July 4, 2016, presents novel ways that contemporary artists are transforming the still life genre to engage with current culture.

Grounded in the history of photography and in her architectural training,
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