February 21, 2022 Events, Press

Denny Dimin Gallery HK on the South China Morning Post

The New York gallery’s co-founder Katie Alice has been living in Hong Kong since 2017 and had run an offshoot of the gallery in an apartment since 2019.

February 09, 2022 Press

Ann Shelton – The Winner of the Highly Commended Book

Ann Shelton’s Mother Lode

January 27, 2022 Press

Jessie Edelman Reviewed in The New York Times

Want to see new art this weekend? Start in TriBeCa with Jessie Edelman’s lush, patterned paintings.

January 18, 2022 Events

Directions to Denny Dimin Gallery Hong Kong

Written instructions and maps to find the Hong Kong gallery space.

January 15, 2022 Press

Ann Shelton featured in The Homestyle Magazine

For contemporary artist Ann Shelton, ikebana is medium for messages.

January 07, 2022 Press

Jeremy Couillard’s Nomination by the Independent Games Festival

Jeremy Couillard’s list of finalists for each category of the 2022 IGF Awards.

January 04, 2022 Press

Jessie Edelman: Getaway featured in Artnet Editors’ Picks

Editors’ Picks: 9 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From Etel Adnan’s Final Paintings to Surrealist Art From Beyond Europe

Read on artnet.

January 01, 2022 Press

Katie Alice Fitz Gerald Interviewed on Curated Par

Curated par is an online archive for art and cultural inspiration and a platform designed to connect lovers, curators and creators of art.

Read on Curated Par.

December 23, 2021 Press

“Fringe” in The New Yorker Year End Review

As the city reopened, the art world saw legacy-changing donations for the Met and the Brooklyn Museum, and a seismic shift in Tribeca’s gallery scene.

December 22, 2021 Press

Michael Mandiberg: Timeframe Reviewed in Hyperallergic

Michael Mandiberg’s Timeframe exhibition gives the viewer a window into a period of time when they had to deal with the breakdown of their own body.

December 10, 2021 Press

Sean Fader featured in The Brooklyn Rail: “Difference Machines”

Sean Fader’s photographs for Insufficient Memory (2020) require understanding that he used a Sony Digital Mavica to memorialize the locations where LGBTQ-identifying people were murdered between 1999 and 2000 while US Congress was debating the Hate Crimes Prevention Act.

December 10, 2021 Press

Amanda Valdez Reviewed in Artforum

Amanda Valdez’s new works here—abstract canvases that incorporate paint, embroidery, sourced fabrics, and handwoven or hand-dyed textiles—recall the coastal sea stacks in the Pacific Northwest, where the artist grew up.

Read on Artforum.

December 02, 2021 Events

Elizabeth Denny joined Hall Rockefeller of Less Than Half to discuss collecting art

Interested in some practical advice on asking for art prices? This conversation with gallerist Elizabeth Denny, sheds light on how to get a sense if an artist is in your price range, what to say in an inquiry email to a gallery, and how galleries give you the space you need to make a decision to buy.

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December 01, 2021 Press

Ann Shelton Photobook – A Spoonful of Sugar

Ann Shelton, A Spoonful of Sugar first reprint.

Read on Photobooknz.

November 18, 2021 Press

Jeremy Couillard interviewed on Organic Plastics

Jeremy interviewed, “There is a place in your head where a thought slowly morphs into a real thing…”

November 11, 2021 Press

Jeremy Couillard Participated in Cyberfest

Jeremy’s Alien Afterlife: Let’s Play 2056, and JEF_Stream in CYFEST-13.

Read on Cyberfest.

November 10, 2021 Artists

Catalog for Michael Mandiberg: Timeframe

Published to coincide with the artist’s solo exhibition by the same name, Michael Mandiberg: Timeframe reviews two new bodies of work – Zoom Paintings and Live Study. The catalog includes essays by Christiane Paul, Curator of New Media Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art; danilo machado, poet and curator; and Michael Mandiberg. 10 x 7 inches/25 x 18 cm 102 pages Softcover Language: English Read the catalog online Visit exhibition website, Timeframe.

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November 06, 2021 Press

Dana Sherwood featured in Vogue: “Set Against the Crashing Waves of the Pacific, a New Art Exhibition Takes On the Climate Crisis”

“I don’t really believe in didacticism in art—I think that’s horrible,” she says. What she seeks out instead are ways to intrigue and provoke, which in her case often begin with imagery related to food… “They are kind of hypnotic—I made these porcelain and gold leaf cake stands for each one.”

Read on Vogue.

November 05, 2021 Events

Visit The Zoom Paintings on Zoom

The Zoom Paintings is presented on the occasion of Michael Mandiverg’s IRL exhibition Timeframe from November 5th to December 23rd, 2021. One painting on view each day, for a total of thirty-two paintings.

Read on Zoom.

November 02, 2021 Press

Michael Mandiberg featured in Artnet News: “Editors’ Picks: From New KAWS Works at Skarstedt to Persian Poetry”

Michael Mandiberg presents two ongoing bodies of work related to themes of memory, illness, and building relationships through work and learning.

Read on artnet.

October 19, 2021 Press

Pamela Council reviewed in Hyperallergic: “Pamela Council Looks to Black Vernacular Culture to Expose Social Inequality”

Council often uses humor as a political tool to expose systems of power and inequality in a society in which even death carries a high price tag.

October 09, 2021 Press

Dana Sherwood featured in the New York Times: “Teaching a New Inclusiveness at The School”

Dana Sherwood’s strange feminist fantasias, drawings and paintings of naked women posed, along with idyllic living-room sets, in the bellies of enormous animals [deserve mention].

October 06, 2021 Press

Pamela Council featured in BOMB Magazine: BLACK PHENOMENA: On Afropessimism & Camp

Camp is commonly seen as the love of irony and artifice, a theatrical devotion to what the mainstream considers ugly and/or garish and gaudy. But in its original and Blackest manifestation, Camp is a way of looking, one that shifts whose gaze has power as well as who can be at the center of the political project we call beauty.

October 06, 2021 Press

Amir H. Fallah featured in Whitewall’s Fall Issue

Coordinated by the Los Angeles County Arts Commission and installed at the Los Angeles Department of Mental Health Services is Amir H. Fallah’s stained glass installation in collaboration with Judson Studios.

Read on Whitewall .

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