Category: Artists

February 23, 2020 Artists, Press

Michael Mandiberg for The Atlantic

Mapping Wikipedia An unprecedented data set shows where the encyclopedia’s editors are, where they aren’t, and why. MICHAEL MANDIBERG.      FEBRUARY 23,2020 A map of the United States shows the percentage of households editing Wikipedia by county. (ANALYSIS OF WIKIPEDIA IP EDITOR ACTIVITY) Wikipedia matters. In a time of extreme political polarization, algorithmically enforced filter bubbles, and fact patterns dismissed as fake news, Wikipedia has become one of the few places where we can meet to write a shared reality….Read More


February 21, 2020 Artists, Press

Justine Hill Interviewed by Lisa Kellner

Five Questions for Artist Justine Hill Other People’s Words: “Hill exhibits an easy-seeming confidence, both in her exuberant facture and in her engagement with art history. Her work evokes that of Pierre Bonnard, Elizabeth Murray, Frank Stella, Pablo Picasso, Brice Marden, and various other predecessors, but manages to be wholly its own thing.”— Elizabeth Buhe, Art in America Five Questions: Interviews in Excellence with Artist Justine Hill 1. How do you get in the right mindset to make your work?…Read More


February 20, 2020 Artists, Press

Amir H. Fallah in Hyperallergic

Your Concise Southwest US Art Guide for Spring 2020 Your list of must-see, fun, insightful art events this season in the Southwest United States. Spring has sprung (or has started to) in northern New Mexico (where our Southwest US editor Ellie Duke lives), and that means it’s time to come out of hibernation to explore the artistic offerings of the season. As always, there are many wonderful exhibitions, festivals, and art events taking place during the coming months throughout the southwestern US. We’ve put…Read More


February 14, 2020 Artists, Outside Exhibitions, Press Releases

Amanda Valdez at the Heckscher Museum of Art

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 2020 Amanda Valdez: Piecework Exhibition Introduces Artist Amanda Valdez in First Long Island Show On view March 21 to May 3, 2020   Contemporary artist Amanda Valdez creates brilliantly colored, patterned, and textured abstract paintings by cutting, sewing, dying, painting, and embroidering canvas and other cloth. Featuring more than 20 works, including several that are among the artist’s largest and most recent, Amanda Valdez: Piecework explores artist’s engagement with abstraction and “women’s work” with fiber. She conjures…Read More


February 12, 2020 Artists

LACMA Acquires Works by Michael Mandiberg

Image Above: Installation view of Michael Mandiberg, Quantified Self Portrait (One Year Performance) at LACMA’s Ray’s & Stark Bar. Denny Dimin Gallery is pleased to announce the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)’s recent acquisition of two works by Michael Mandiberg. LACMA acquired both works following the artist’s exhibition, Workflow, at the museum. For Workflow, Mandiberg used self-tracking technology to understand the changing definition of labor in the digital age. The endeavor had multiple components, including a one-year sonic installation,…Read More


February 05, 2020 Artists, Press

Justine Hill in the Fordham Observer

Patterns Converge at Butler Gallery’s ‘Fanfare’ By Polina Uzornikova, Staff Writer February 5, 2020 ANDREW DRESSNER/THE OBSERVER Eight different artists’ styles come together in a new exhibit which explores patterns’ ability to make both a social and aesthetic statement. On Jan. 23, the daily Fordham landscape went through a rather eye-catching and colorful change. Positioned across from the escalators that lead to the indoor plaza, Ildiko Butler Gallery now proudly hosts “Fanfare,” a group exhibition curated by Amie Cunat, which…Read More


January 19, 2020 Artists, Press

Clarity Haynes in The New Yorker

Clarity Haynes The eyes may be the windows to the soul, but torsos are even more telling in this mid-career New York artist’s new group of intimate, numinous paintings. In this show, titled “Altar-ed Bodies,” Haynes explores the possibilities of feminist figuration in cropped compositions whose subjects are frankly depicted, in frontal poses, with their scars, stretch marks, and sagging flesh. Their tattoos and jewelry assume a talismanic significance, which continues in a companion series—its genre might be called “queer…Read More


January 17, 2020 Artists, Press

Clarity Haynes in Hyperallergic

An Artist’s Altars to Unsung Women Rendered in a rainbow of vibrant colors, Clarity Haynes’s portrayals of queer, heavy, and disabled bodies reimagines the white box as a communal space that allows for the possibility of healing. – Christen Clifford Installation view, Clarity Haynes: Altar-ed Bodies at Denny Dimin Gallery, New York. Foreground: Clarity Haynes, “Genesis” (2019), oil on linen, 58 x 52 in. Background: Clarity Haynes, “Grace” (2019), oil on linen, 62 x 62 inches (all images courtesy of Denny…Read More


January 15, 2020 Artists, Press

Clarity Haynes in The New York Times

What to See Right Now in New York Art Galleries Nicky Nodjoumi’s dreamy serial paintings; Albert Oehlen’s “mirror paintings”; Clarity Haynes portraits of breasts; Kim Tschang-Yeul’s abstract brand of Pop Art … Clarity Haynes Through Jan. 25. Denny Dimin Gallery, 39 Lispenard Street, Manhattan; 212-226-6537, dennygallery.com. Clarity Haynes’s “Genesis” (2019) in the show “Altar-ed Bodies.”Credit…Clarity Haynes, New Discretions and Denny Dimin Gallery Since the late 1990s, Clarity Haynes has been painting portraits of people’s breasts. They aren’t descended from the sexy and sexist classical…Read More


January 08, 2020 Artists, Press

Clarity Haynes Interviewed in Metal Magazine

CLARITY HAYNES ART AS A HEALER As a lesbian woman, artist Clarity Haynes is aware that her “contributions to culture are likely to be erased as I am doubly marginalized”. However, her paintings of torsos and altars, which play a cathartic role both on her, the people who model for her, and the audience, will go down in history. With the aim to promote peace, empower the marginalized and fight the patriarchy, her beautifully honest, raw and truthful artworks serve…Read More


January 06, 2020 Artists, Press

Clarity Haynes in artnet news

Editors Picks: 17 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week The art world returns from winter break. Artnet News, January 6, 2020 Each week, we search New York City for the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events. See them below. . . . Clarity Haynes, Genesis (2019). Courtesy of the artist and Denny Dimin Gallery. 16. “Clarity Haynes: Altar-ed Bodies” at Denny Dimin Gallery For her new show at Denny Dimin, Haynes hones in on the alter…Read More

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November 19, 2019 Artists, Press

Dana Sherwood in Air Mail

Dana Sherwood, “Astride Hades Horses,” 2019. Photo courtesy of Denny Dimin Gallery. Dana Sherwood: Horses for Trees UNTIL DECEMBER 21 DENNY DIMIN GALLERY / NEW YORK / ART The philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein wrote, “If a lion could speak, we would not be able to understand him.” Dana Sherwood puts this observation to work in her fantastical art, which gives a voice to the world’s non-human inhabitants. In a time when man has an overarching influence on the environment, Sherwood’s work reminds us that…Read More

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November 18, 2019 Artists, Press

Paula Wilson in Artspace

Curator Carmen Hermo Shares Her Favorite Works from UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach By Artspace NOV. 18, 2019 Associate Curator at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, Carmen Hermo spends her time curating historically significant exhibitions—like “Roots of The Dinner Party: History in the Making” (2017), “Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty” (2016–17), and the Brooklyn presentation of “Radical Women: Latin American Art,” 1960–1985 (2018), just to name a few. Before joining the Brooklyn Museum, Hermo worked with the collections at the Solomon…Read More

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November 13, 2019 Artists, Press

Michael Mandiberg in The New York Times

Cheeseburgers, Oil and Minimum Wage: Building a Museum of Capitalism A roving exhibition, now on view in Manhattan, looks back on capitalism and its “artifacts” from an imaginary future after the system has disappeared. [Matt Kenyon’s “Supermajor,” a fountain of motor oil (actually, dyed water), is a “memorial to the era of petro-capitalism and its mistaken beliefs” of endless supply, according to a wall label at the Museum of Capitalism. George Etheredge for The New York Times] By Jennifer Schuessler…Read More


November 05, 2019 Artists, Press

Ann Shelton Interviewed in Evergreen Review

Ann Shelton interviewed by Joy Garnett Art by Ann Shelton Joy Garnett: Please give us some background about yourself and your development as a photographer: How did you come to be interested in exploring the relationship between photography and violence and the viewer in your work? Ann Shelton: I grew up in small-town Aotearoa New Zealand, in the South Island, where the landscape is complex and profoundly beautiful. I had access to the coveted lands of the Southern Alps and Otago,…Read More

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November 05, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in Photograph Magazine

Erin O’Keefe: Seeing Things Denny Dimin Gallery, New York City By Stephanie Cash While it’s true that things aren’t always what they seem, it’s also true that things can be hidden in plain sight. A show of new works by Erin O’Keefe embraces both maxims. Just as Photorealist painters flipped the script on their medium, a number of photo-based artists of late have been tinkering with processes and materials to painterly effect. Consider the process-based abstractions by Matthew Brandt and…Read More


November 04, 2019 Artists, Press

Dana Sherwood in WWD

Dana Sherwood Brings ‘Horses for the Trees’ to Denny Dimin Gallery The artist’s latest work is inspired by her trips to Mongolia. By Kristen Tauer on November 4, 2019 From the pocket of a white denim jacket in the back of Denny Dimin Gallery, Dana Sherwood pulls out a rock. Not just any rock, though: she’d picked this one up while visiting the Gobi Desert. Shortly after, she took it to a Mongolian shaman, who blessed it and handed it back to her…Read More

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October 25, 2019 Artists, Press

Dana Sherwood in Creative Boom

Dana Sherwood’s new paintings focus on her experience of living amongst nomadic tribes in Mongolia Written by Katy Cowan For her stunning new series of paintings, New York artist Dana Sherwood centres on her experience of living and working amongst nomadic tribes in Mongolia. During her time there, Sherwood immersed herself in the tribe’s culture, spending a month in a traditional yurt, taking part in ceremonial Ayahuasca rituals, and navigating the vast landscape with the tribe’s herders and their horses. She emerged…Read More


October 23, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in Unseen Platform

SEEING THINGS by Erin O’Keefe Selected by Rebecca Leona van Enter, Artist and Gallery Liaison, Unseen “Carefully aligning colourful 3D blocks, Erin O’Keefe’s abstract compositions play with space and spatial perception. The resulting photographs trick the eye, and are often mistaken for paintings.” Unseen Platform: How long do you spend on the composition of each work? Do you make sketches of the desired result beforehand, or is it a matter of playing around until you’re happy? Erin O’Keefe: It’s a…Read More


October 17, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in the Daily Hampshire Gazette

The newest additions: Mead Art Museum exhibit features treasure trove of contemporary art By STEVE PFARRER Staff Writer What exactly defines contemporary art? As David Little sees it, there’s a fair amount of gray in that definition, since there’s debate about when modern art, the dominant theme of the 20th century, segued into contemporary art — sometimes broadly defined as “the art of today.”But the director and chief curator of Amherst College’s Mead Art Museum also notes that many contemporary artists are…Read More


October 16, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in Collector Daily

Erin O’Keefe, Seeing Things @Denny Dimin By Loring Knoblauch JTF (just the facts): A total of 9 large scale color photographs, framed in grey and unmatted, and hung against white walls in the divided gallery space. All of the works are archival pigment prints, made in 2019. Physical sizes range from 25×20 to 50×40 inches, and all of the prints are available in editions of +2AP. The show also includes 5 sculptures (2 single works and 1 triptych) made of plywood, paint,…Read More


October 14, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in Less Than Half

Interaction of Space Erin O’Keefe at Denny Dimin Gallery As a student of Western art history, I have been asked to study the work of Pablo Picasso a little too frequently for my taste. I thought I could confidently say that I had puzzled over his collages—you know, the famous still lifes that incorporate wine bottles and cut up pieces of le journal—enough to be thoroughly fed up with seminar table conversations on representation and reality in pictorial space. Imagine…Read More


October 11, 2019 Artists, Press

Paula Wilson in Art Forum

LOS ANGELES iris yirei hu and ivan forde VISITOR WELCOME CENTER 3006 W 7th Street Suite 200A September 21–October 26, 2019   View of iris yirei hu and ivan forde, 2019. At the center of iris yirei hu’s installation is a tapestry hanging from a Navajo loom atop clay shards that resemble dry earth mounded over a grave. The woven image is of a weaver, a picture hu pairs with a print of a woman weaving silk (the source image is…Read More

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September 25, 2019 Artists, Press

Dana Sherwood in Forbes

Sep 23, 2019 Deliciously Dark Art Of Mark Dion Seizes Moment In The Sun At Storm King Natasha Gural Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood, Conservatory for Confectionery Curiosities, (2008/2019). Mixed media installation. 9 ft. 10 1/8 in. x 13 ft. 1 1/2 in. x 66 15/16 in. (300 x 400 x 170 cm) . JEFFREY JENKINS An octagonal glass greenhouse modeled after those found in a courtly garden is filled with a tower of brightly colored, transparent cast-resin desserts reminiscent…Read More

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