Category: Events

February 15, 2023 Artists, Events, Press

The Best Shows to See in Los Angeles during Frieze

The Best Shows to See in Los Angeles during Frieze BY ARMANDO PULIDO IN CRITIC’S GUIDES , EXHIBITION REVIEWS | 15 FEB 23   Amir H. Fallah Fowler Museum at UCLA 29 January – 14 May   Amir H. Fallah, Protector 1, 2022, acrylic on canvas, 1.8 × 1.2 m. Courtesy: the artist and Ginsberg Family Collection   Amir H. Fallah turns western portraiture on its head in his first solo Los Angeles museum exhibition. His striking subjects are rendered in vibrant orange skin tones, subtly…Read More

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February 14, 2023 Art Fairs, Artists, Events, Press

Art Basel Hong Kong 2023: Tatler’s guide to the artists and works to look out for

Art Basel Hong Kong 2023: Tatler’s guide to the artists and works to look out for By Aaina Bhargava.  Feb 14, 2023   From the humorous to the grotesque, here is everything you should look out for at the city’s biggest art fair in March Art Basel Hong Kong is back in its biggest iteration since 2019, and will take place from March 23 to 25, 2023, now that restrictions for travelling and social gatherings have been lifted. More than…Read More

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February 14, 2023 Artists, Events, Press

Amir H. Fallah interviewed by the Art Newspaper

‘More is more’: Iranian American artist Amir H. Fallah’s LA show takes a maximalist approach to cultural exchange Torey Akers    14 February 2023   Tehran-born artist draws on his migrant experience for new exhibition “The Fallacy of Borders” at UCLA’s Fowler Museum   The work of Amir H. Fallah, who was born in Tehran during the Islamic Revolution, reflects on his migrant experience Alan Shaffer   Los-Angeles based artist Amir H. Fallah has always taken the “more-is-more” approach to painting….Read More

February 13, 2023 Artists, Events, Press

Eight must-see exhibitions to see during Frieze Los Angeles

Eight must-see exhibitions to see during Frieze Los Angeles Torey Akers, Benjamin Sutton and Claire Voon 13 February 2023   Amir H. Fallah’s No Gods No Masters (2020), which features in the Fowler Museum’s show; the Tehran-born artist draws on the diasporic Iranian American experience Courtesy of Shulamit Nazarian   Amir H. Fallah: The Fallacy of Borders Fowler Museum, until 14 May Los-Angeles based artist Amir H. Fallah has always taken the “more-is-more” approach to painting. “I really just try to cram everything in there…Read More

February 09, 2023 Events

John Yau Reviewed Judy Ledgerwood’s Sunny in Hyperallergic

Judy Ledgerwood’s Playfully Subversive Patterns What distinguishes Ledgerwood’s work from the earlier generation of women artists working in the domain of Pattern and Decoration is its bluntness and humor. John Yau  |  February 9   Judy Ledgerwood, “First Color” (2022), oil on canvas, 15 inches x 15 inches (all images courtesy Denny Gallery)   A lot of writers, myself included, have connected Judy Ledgerwood’s exuberant abstractions to the Pattern and Decoration art movement. Historically speaking, Pattern and Decoration (1972–1985) challenged…Read More

February 07, 2023 Events

Judy Ledgerwood: Sunny Reviewed in the FAD Magazine

MUST SEE NYC GALLERY SHOWS CLOSING THIS WEEK By Vittoria Benzine • 7 February 2023   Courtesy of Denny Gallery.   These floral portals to brighter days are monumental in more ways than one. Sunny marks Chicago-based Judy Ledgerwood’s first return to the NYC gallery scene in some years with a cohesive series of large paintings she started in January 2021. One or two paintings in the show echo its sole sculpture with impasto oil enthusiastically accenting the picture plane….Read More

February 01, 2023 Artists, Events, Press

Judy Ledgerwood: Sunny in The Brooklyn Rail

Judy Ledgerwood: Sunny By Mána Taylor Feb 1, 2023   In her exhibition Sunny, Judy Ledgerwood has bold intentions. She began working on the paintings last January when she was searching for color during many gray days. At Denny Gallery, the paintings, as well as one large ceramic in the back of the gallery, feel necessary. They are large, most of them ranging between 60 and 80 inches tall. Yet, Ledgerwood is able to make us feel like the paintings…Read More

January 30, 2023 Artists, Events, Press

Amir H. Fallah: The Fallacy of Borders in Hyperallergic

Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for February 2023 Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very Los Angeles art events this month, including Alicia Piller, Brad Phillips, Mulyana, the MexiCali Biennial, and more. Matt Stromberg     January 30, 2023   February is a big time in the Los Angeles art world, with four art fairs (Frieze, Felix, Spring Break, and the LA Art Show) coming to town later this month (not to mention Museums Free-For-All day). Galleries and museums here are…Read More

January 28, 2023 Artists, Events, Press

Andy Woll: A Green Horse in Culture Plus

ANDY WOLL: A GREEN HORSE   28 January – 11 March Free Denny Gallery   EVENT DESCRIPTION Denny Gallery is pleased to announce A Green Horse, a new body of work by LA based artist, Andy Woll, which will be on view at our gallery space in Hong Kong, from January 28 – March 11, 2023. This will be Andy Woll’s third exhibition with the gallery and his first exhibition in Hong Kong. The methodology of Woll’s painting practice has been meticulously honed…Read More

January 28, 2023 Artists, Events, Press

Andy Woll: A Green Horse in Nest Property

Upcoming Art Shows in Hong Kong   Hong Kong has a lot to offer when it comes to art exhibitions. There are several upcoming and ongoing, must-see art exhibitions. Whether you’re looking for a photography exhibition, miniature replicas from the 1960s, or large-scale works on canvas, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.   2. A GREEN HORSE     A Green Horse, is a new body of work by LA based artist, Andy Woll. The title A Green Horse alludes to two…Read More

January 14, 2023 Artists, Events, Press

Denny Gallery, NY, Now Presenting Judy Ledgerwood’s Exhibition ‘Sunny’

Denny Gallery, NY, now presenting Judy Ledgerwood’s exhibition ‘Sunny’   Judy Ledgerwood, Skylarking, 2022. Oil on canvas. Images courtesy of Denny Gallery and the artist.   NEW YORK, NY.- Denny Gallery recently opened ‘Sunny’, a solo exhibition of new work by painter Judy Ledgerwood. On view at the gallery’s New York location since January 7, it will continue to February 11, 2023. Ledgerwood is a renowned painter whose work has featured in numerous international exhibitions and is included in prominent public collections…Read More

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January 12, 2023 Artists, Events, Press

Amir H. Fallah: The Fallacy of Borders at the Fowler Museum

ART SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: 12 SHOWS TO SEE THIS WINTER AND SPRING SHANA NYS DAMBROT  JANUARY 12, 2023   January is always a great excuse to reset the big-show calendar with a fresh season, and it’s also the run-up to the new tradition of Art Week Los Angeles (don’t call it Frieze Week) in February. That will be its own weather system, and more to come on that later. In the meantime, here are 12 exhibitions — from kings of Pop…Read More

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January 06, 2023 Artists, Events, Press

Sheida Soleimani: Eyes on Iran

Eyes on Iran at FDR Four Freedoms Park Looks to the UN By Ilana Herzig  January 6, 2023   In early December, over 300 volunteers crowded onto the lawn of New York’s Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms State Park, designed by Louis Kahn. The crowd gathered to form a waving embodiment of the free-flowing hair of Nika Shahkarami, a 16-year-old girl found dead after joining a protest in Tehran in September over the death, in police custody, of Mahsa Amini. As part…Read More

December 08, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

Sheida Soleimani: With ‘Eyes on Iran,’ Artists Bring Protests to Roosevelt Island

With ‘Eyes on Iran,’ Artists Bring Protests to Roosevelt Island   At the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms State Park, across from the United Nations, an exhibition has an undeniable mood of urgency.   Sheida Soleimani, “Mahsa” (2022) at “Eyes on Iran” at Roosevelt Island, part of an artists’ response to the death of Mahsa Amini in Tehran in police custody in September.Credit…Austin Paz/for Freedoms   By Will Heinrich Published Dec. 8, 2022Updated Dec. 9, 2022   A hand holds a burning white…Read More

December 02, 2022 Events, Press

Eyes On Iran – Art Activation Faces the UN in New York City

Artist Sheida Soleimani   The world must keep our eyes on the brave citizens of Iran and open to the possibility of justice. We have our #EyesonIran and stand in solidarity with the movement to remove the Islamic Republic of Iran from the Commission for the Status of Women. Sign the petition at    EYES ON IRAN ART ACTIVATION FACES THE UN IN NEW YORK CITY November 28, 2022 Speakers: Hilary Rodham Clinton, Gissou Nia, Sheida Soleimani, Shirin Neshat…Read More

November 09, 2022 Events

Ann Shelton & Victoria Munro in Conversation: Thursday, November 17th

Join Ann Shelton (left) and Victoria Munro (right), the Executive Director of the Alice Austen House, as they discuss Shelton’s current show at Denny Dimin Gallery and Shelton’s upcoming exhibition at the Alice Austen House in 2024. Thursday, November 17th, 6:30-7:30pm ET Register for Zoom. For more than a decade, Ann Shelton has explored the micro, marginal, bleak and traumatic counter-histories of plants through her photographic and performance-based art work. Linking gender politics and the climate crisis in a critical…Read More

October 25, 2022 Events

Paula Wilson Interviewed by Heidi Howard for BOMB

Turning to the Light: Paula Wilson Interviewed by Heidi Howard Works that blend ecology and eroticism. Oct 24, 2022   Paula Wilson, Sunflower Night, 2022, acrylic and oil on muslin and canvas (relief, woodblock, and monotype print), 68 × 89 inches. Courtesy of Denny Dimin Gallery and Paula Wilson.   I first encountered Paula Wilson’s art as an MFA student in Gregory Amenoff’s office at Columbia University. I was drawn to an image that featured a female figure in a…Read More

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October 21, 2022 Events

Amir H. Fallah in Tina Knowles Lawson’s Collection

Tina Knowles Lawson Builds a Collection and a Foundation to Support Black Art     The 2001 Ace Award Winner might be best known in the public eye for her work in fashion, beauty, and entertainment, but over the course of her life Tina Knowles Lawson has also become an ambitious art collector and philanthropist. In 2017, she and husband Richard Lawson established Where Art Can Occur (WACO) Theater Center, an artist empowerment organization dedicated to creating opportunities for young…Read More

October 20, 2022 Events

Paula Wilson On Pep Talks for Artists

Pep Talks for Artists: Interview w/ Paula Wilson, Oct 20, 2022, Hosted by Amy Talluto Listen to the Podcast     As a super fan, I was thrilled to welcome multi-media artist, Paula Wilson to the podcast this week. Paula joined me to talk about her current show, “Imago,” at Denny Dimin Gallery in NYC (up right now through Oct 29, 2022) and also allowed me to pepper her with questions about her work in general. Paula works in expansive…Read More

October 07, 2022 Events

Amanda Valdez Acquired by Art in Embassies

We are delighted to formally announce the Art in Embassies, US Department of State acquisition of Amanda Valdez’s artwork, Full Tanit, 2018. The large-scale weaving made in collaboration with the New Roots Foundation in Antigua, Guatemala, continues Valdez’s primary inquiry of combining multiple methods and traditions of painting, mark making, and textiles. Full Tanit mimics that approach by integrating weaving methods that are unfamiliar to one another. The assemblage of these differing elements was inspired by the landscape surrounding the…Read More

October 07, 2022 Events

“Crying Non-Stop” Performance by IV Chan

“Crying Non-Stop” Performance by IV Chan Saturday, October 15th, 3-4 pm Location: Denny Dimin Gallery, Hong Kong No. 612 Remex Center, No. 42 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong Denny Dimin Gallery is delighted to announce a one-off performance by artist IV Chan whose work is currently on view as part of the group exhibition, The Thread is Not Straight at the gallery’s space in Wong Chuk Hang. The performance continues Chan’s ideas on the formation of identity in childhood,…Read More

September 22, 2022 Events

Dana Sherwood Acquired by the Florence Griswold Museum

Multiple artworks by Dana Sherwood were acquired by the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, CT following her survey exhibition Animal Appetites and Other Encounters in Wildness which closed September 18th. (Photo: Paul Mutino)

September 22, 2022 Events

“Insufficient Memory” Acquired by the Buffalo AKG Art Museum

We are delighted to announce the Buffalo AKG Art Museum’s (formerly the Albright-Knox Art Gallery) acquisition of Sean Fader’s “Insufficient Memory” (2020)!   “Insufficient Memory” is a body of work consisting of still photographs and a Google Earth Interactive Tour that examines the moment of 1999–2000 when the Hate Crimes Prevention Act was first being debated in Congress (and not passed). Inspired by the discovery of an old Sony Digital Mavica in 2018, Fader asked what was overlooked, invisible, or…Read More

September 07, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

Paula Wilson featured in Artnet Editors’ Picks

13 Buzzy Back-to-School Gallery Shows to See During Armory Week, From a Red-Hot Group Show to Rick Lowe’s Gagosian Debut It’s “back to school” for the art world—here’s a guide to the best openings on tap this week. Sarah Cascone, September 6, 2022   Paula Wilson with Mike Lagg, Earth Angel (2022). Courtesy of Denny Dimin Gallery, New York.   “Paula Wilson: Imago” at Denny Dimin Gallery Mixed-media artist Paula Wilson will transform Denny Dimin Gallery with her large-scale collages, tromp l’oeil assemblages,…Read More

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