Read on Artspace. Susan and Michael Hort’s Picks From Miami Art Week 2015 By Artspace Editors Dec. 4, 2015 The dynamic collecting and philanthropic duo that is Susan and Michael Hortis back with more picks, from Miami’s annual Art Week. These paintings, many of them by younger artists, are must-sees at Art Basel Miami Beach,NADA Miami, and Untitled. Enjoy! ART BASEL JANNIS VARELAS Krinzinger This is a killer painting that uses symbols that are very personal to the artist….Read More
This year was a strong one for women in the arts.
Read on ARTnews. 9 ART EVENTS TO ATTEND IN NEW YORK CITY THIS WEEK Posted on November 16, 2015 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19 Opening: Nikolai Ishchuk at Denny Gallery Nikolai Ishchuk’s work could be considered photography, but it looks like anything but that. The London-based artist’s work is largely about destroying or distorting photographic images, twisting and turning his prints until they seem closer to sculptures or paintings. The joy of Ishchuk’s work is trying to figure out what the artist…Read More
Read on Two Coats of Paint Interview: Emily Noelle Lambert in Greenpoint Posted on November 8, 2015 [Image: Emily Noelle Lambert, Back in, 2015, acrylic on canvas with wood, 86 x 60 inches.] Contributed by Rob Kaiser-Schatzlein / Emily Noelle Lambert‘s recent paintings are large abstracts rendered in vivid acrylic paint. On display in “Ideé Fixe,” her solo show at Denny Gallery, through November 15th, they vary in line, brush size, color palette, shape, subject matter; whatever is a limiting factor in one painting (say, only using…Read More
Read on Modern Painters Tangible Textures: Trudy Benson and Russell Tyler at Retrospective Gallery By Dana Kopel Posted on September 17, 2015 and printed in November Issue. Trudy Benson’s “Invisible Man,” 2015 and Russell Tyler’s “TBP,” 2015. In this two-person show, on view at Retrospective Gallery in Hudson, NY through September 20, recent works by Trudy Benson and Russell Tyler engage the materiality and referentiality of painting. Both artists’ works take into account the ways the Internet has reshaped images…Read More
Read on Art-in-Buildings. IN CONVERSATION: BRENT BIRNBAUM AND ELIZABETH DENNY Brent Birnbaum: I have always been a collector of different objects that have potential to become something new. I started collecting smaller objects with an interest in building an archive of materials for my work about a decade ago upon moving to New York, that interest has grown both in the size of the objects and the scale of the collection. AiB: How does context and audience affect your work?…Read More
Read on the Observer. Weekend Edition: 11 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before October 18 A plethora of things to do this Friday, Saturday and Sunday By Ryan Steadman | 10/15/15 3:41pm Emily Noelle Lambert Idée Fixe at Denny Gallery No one pooh-poohs the line between painting and sculpture better than this young artist, who’s cracking open her first solo show with Eliz Denny, who has savvy eye for talent. Ms. Lambert clearly mines early 20th century…Read More
Read on Pencil in the Studio. By Maria Calandra. Posted on October 15, 2015 Emily Noelle Lambert Lost in a jungle of color, I spent a day scrutinizing the value differences of certain reds and blues in Emily Noelle Lambert’s punched up new 2D and 3D works. Synchronized in their creation, her paintings are easily camouflaged by her sculptures and vice versa. We took the first few minutes of the visit to rearrange the space in order to get the…Read More
For Michael Mandiberg’s “From Aaaaa! to ZZZap!” at Denny Gallery, the artist displayed a limited run of his Print Wikipedia project, 2015, which makes the online encyclopedia available in proprietary print-on-demand form.
Read in The New Yorker. Printed in the October 5, 2015 Issue. ERIN O’KEEFE September 9, 2015 – October 10, 2015 Photographs of geometric arrangements of painted boards and tinted Plexiglas will inevitably draw comparisons to Barbara Kasten’s influential oeuvre. O’Keefe, a New York artist and architect, nods to Kasten (and to Eileen Quinlan and Sara VanDerBeek) but stakes her own claim to the territory—call it Bauhaus playhouse—in a series of seductively simple color images. Using reflected light and overlapping colors,…Read More
Read on Style No Chaser. HOLY SHIT! Erin O’Keefe at Denny Gallery By Efrem Zelony-Mindell, October 4, 2015 Leaving Erin O’Keefe’s studio, facing a long train ride home, I opened my issue of Art In America. Two pages in and wait – what am I doing? I want to start writing about O’Keefe! Her light and color drive a hunger inside, and to feast on her elaborate constructions reward. Establishing depth, and weight for a two dimensional surface is no…Read More
Watch on Gorky’s Granddaughter Erin O’Keefe at Denny Gallery, Sept 2015 By Zachary Keeting, Posted on September 25, 2015
Denny Gallery will be a neighorhood host of Assembly Required: A Wandering Sukkah created by Danielle Durchslag and Ryan Frank. On tour throughout New York City from September 27 – October 4, 2015 At Denny Gallery and the Tenement Museum Thursday, October 1, 4 to 6 p.m. To view a detailed tour route click here. New Yorkers famously approach commuting with fierce focus, staring straight ahead of them or at the ground as they pound the pavement from one location to another. Assembly Required:…Read More
Read on Collector Daily. Erin O’Keefe, Things as They Are @Denny By Loring Knoblauch, September 15, 2015 JTF (just the facts): A total of 13 color 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 or Sintra, and were made in 2015. The ten prints in the main gallery (from the Things As They Are series) are each sized 20×16,…Read More
Read on PDN Erin O’Keefe: Perspective, Light, Color September 9, 2015 Photographer Erin O’Keefe is fascinated by the way the camera “translates a three-dimensional subject into two-dimensional image.” A licensed architect who made sculptures before she devoted herself to photography about five years ago, O’Keefe composes the elements in her still lifes in a way that confuses perspective. Images in her newest series, “Things as They Are,” opening tonight at Denny Gallery in New York, are elegantly simple: They are…Read More
Read on Paper Journal Studio Visit: Erin O’Keefe Interview by Matthew Leifheit, Published September 9, 2015 Erin O’Keefe is a studio artist who has taken 800 pictures of a corner in her studio since last year. It’s not that she finds the corner itself particularly beautiful, it’s just a space that—when customised with very deliberate combinations of colours and materials, lit precisely, and photographed in an exacting way—can transcend its materials and become an otherworldly experience that challenges traditional perceptions…Read More
Read on Hyperallergic Going Meta: Art after the Death of Art by Thomas Micchelli, August 22, 2015 Terminology is slippery, and using it as the premise for an exhibition can be slipperier still (witness the Museum of Modern Art’s recent stumble with “atemporality” in The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World). But the concept underlying Metamodern, a group show at Denny Gallery on the Lower East Side, actually holds the potential to enrich an already strong array of works…Read More
Read on on-verge.org METAMODERNISM by Kristi Arnold, August 19, 2015 Oscillating between modernism and postmodernism, the term metamodernism represents contemporary work concerned with modes of self-expression while reviving historical principals and techniques. And yet, metamodernism is not so simply defined. As noted by Timotheus Vermeulen and Robin van den Akker in the 2010 article, Notes on Metamodernism, the prefix “meta” in relation to metamodern stands for artwork that is “between,” “with” and “beyond“ modernism and postmodernism. Therefore, contemporary work of today is…Read More
Top-End Art Auctions Take New Digital Path By Scott Reyburn International New York Times August 10, 2015
Print Wikipedia, an effort to envision all of English-language Wikipedia as an old-fashioned dead-tree reference set, reached its conclusion just before 10 p.m. on Sunday when a handful of people gathered at a Lower East Side art gallery to watch the last of 7,600 volumes upload to the print-on-demand Web site Lulu.com — exactly 24 days, 3 hours and 18 minutes after the process began.
A selection of press highlights for Michael Mandiberg: From Aaaaa! to ZZZap! at Denny Gallery, June 18- July 2: The New York Times: Moving Wikipedia From Computer to Many, Many Bookshelves The Washington Post: Ever wondered what a $500,000 version of Wikipedia would look like? The New York Observer: Artist Converts Wikipedia to Print- Maybe It’s Not Dead After All Vice Creator’s Project: Meet the Man Printing Wikipedia as a Book BBC World: Why print copies of Wikipedia?
Moving Wikipedia From Computer to Many, Many Bookshelves
Read on Brooklyn Rail. RUSSELL TYLER: Radiant Fields By Jason Stopa, June 3, 2015 DENNY GALLERY | MAY 3 – JUNE 14, 2015 Russell Tyler’s solo show, Radiant Fields, effectively combines three major painterly characterizations of space: the cinematic, the theatrical, and the digital, with surprising result. A brief look at contemporary abstraction reveals similar, but varied, interests. Painters likeade Guyton and Avery Singer reflect the digital impulse. Both artists, to varying degrees, are dedicated to mimicking image-making software techniques and their capacity to flatten and compress information. The…Read More
Read on Artspace. Meet the Artist Drawing Without Fear: Lauren Seiden on Radically Reshaping the Work on Paper By Dylan Kerr, May 19, 2015 For the past several years, the born-and-bred New York artist Lauren Seiden has been quietly updating one of the most fundamental artistic mediums: graphite (i.e. pencil) on paper. More akin to wall-mounted sculptures than the term “works on paper” may initially suggest, Seiden’s pieces appear at first glance to be welded out of sheets of metal…Read More
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