Category: Denny Dimin Gallery

March 23, 2022 Events, Press

Denny Dimin Gallery in the Prestige

New Art Galleries To Visit Right Now in Hong Kong BY SAKINA ABIDI 23 MAR 2022   We make the rounds of Hong Kong’s newest art gallery openings and locations, and find out what to expect from each.   New Art Galleries To Visit Now Denny Dimin Gallery   I am invincible…on the screen/ False motion by Lau Wa on display at the Lunarian group exhibition at Denny Dimin Gallery   Denny Dimin Gallery was founded by Elizabeth Denny in…Read More

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February 25, 2022 Events

Robert Dimin on the ArtTactic Podcast

The ArtTactic Podcast February 24, 2022 Topic: Market Commentary Guest: Robert Dimin In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we’re joined by Robert Dimin, partner at Denny Dimin Gallery. First, Rob tells us when he established the gallery and how it fits within the gallery ecosystem in NYC. Then, he describes the experience of owning a gallery in NYC during the pandemic and updates us on where things stand at the moment. After, Rob dives into the gallery business…Read More

February 21, 2022 Events, Press

Denny Dimin Gallery HK on the South China Morning Post

  Enid Tsui Published: 5:15 pm, 21 Feb, 2022 Conceptual art the focus of couple’s new gallery in Hong Kong, particularly the works of women and queer artists   ‘We were fed up with the status quo,’ says Willem Molesworth of his and Ysabelle Cheung’s decision to open their own art gallery in Causeway Bay Meanwhile, Rossi & Rossi gallery is back in Wong Chuk Hang, alongside the new Hong Kong branch of New York’s Denny Dimin Gallery   Two…Read More

January 01, 2022 Press

Katie Alice Fitz Gerald Interviewed on Curated Par

KATIE ALICE FITZ GERALD Photo: Katie Alice Fitz Gerald © 2021 11/26/2021 ON GENDER AND IDENTITY Katie Alice Fitz Gerald is a Gallerist, Curator and Writer. She has been a partner of Denny Dimin Gallery since it opened in New York in 2013 and will be Director of Denny Dimin Gallery, Hong Kong which will open in Wong Chuk Hang, in January 2022. Since her Masters at Goldsmiths, studying queer theory and performance, Katie Alice has fostered a special interest…Read More

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July 06, 2020 Press

Gallery Reopening Featured in the Observer

By Osman Can Yerebakan on July 6 The unspoken rule among New York galleries is that summer is reserved for group shows. Light-hearted themes, unexpected artist groupings, and early Friday closings await gallery hoppers who brave the scorched Chelsea sidewalks. Sandwiched between spring’s hectic art fair season and heavy-hitter solo shows of the fall, July and August bring a time of fallow for the gallery calendars and walls. After the drastic halt COVID-19 has imposed on the art world, this…Read More

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June 29, 2020 Press

Elizabeth Denny Interview on Mason Lane’s Blog

At Home with Elizabeth Denny by Katharine Earnhardt on June 29, 2020 As the pandemic rolls on, we’re feeling the die-hard need to lift each other up. More than ever, we want to support each other’s goals, celebrate individual passions, and share uplifting news around the world.  To do that, we’re furthering our series on Creatives and highlighting what people are doing to stay inspired, along with personal tidbits about their journey. These highlights will include art world professionals and…Read More

January 24, 2020 Press

Katie Alice Fitz Gerald in the South China Morning Post

The Collector by Enid Tsui Are intense emotions fueling a great period of art-making in Hong Kong? Long dismissed as a place where art is sold and not made, a recent exhibition reflected a new energy in the city’s art scene. Organised by the artists themselves, ‘What’s On Paper’ exhibited works linked by community not theme. To much of the international art world, Hong Kong is not where art is made but where it is traded. We can shout all we…Read More

January 25, 2019 Press

Denny Dimin Gallery Moves to New Space in Tribeca

Denny Dimin Gallery, which has been located on New York’s Lower East Side since 2013, is moving to a new space in Tribeca this spring. The new site, at 39 Lispenard, will be down the street from the future homes of Andrew Kreps Gallery and Canada, who are leaving Chelsea and the L.E.S., respectively for the area. “It’s been really scary and sad in the Lower East Side for the past couple of years,” Robert Dimin told ARTnews. “Everyone’s either leaving or closing. Although…Read More

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