Read on The New York Times 2 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now Justine Hill makes more with less in her multipart abstract paintings; Kevin Beasley mixes the political with the personal in “Reunion.” By Roberta Smith and Martha Schwendener Published Oct. 14, 2020Updated Oct. 16, 2020, 12:12 a.m. ET Justine Hill Through Oct. 31, Denny Dimin Gallery, 39 Lispenard Street, Manhattan; (212) 226-6537, dennygallery.com. Justine Hill’s bright, multipart paintings are good and good fun, but it has taken…Read More
Read on The New York Times Come to Vote, Stay for the Art In California, the Institute of Contemporary Art San José will open for voting, with a mural by Amir H. Fallah on display. By Carol Pogash Sept. 23, 2020 While many California museums are still shuttered because of the coronavirus, and others are opening slowly at limited capacity, the Institute of Contemporary Art San José has come up with an ingenious solution to open the museum, legally, for…Read More
Food Is Part of the Fun at Storm King By: Florence Fabricant, July 16, 2019 “Mark Dion: Follies,” a show at Storm King Art Center, is a series of small structures and sheds. Food and eating figure into some of the whimsical interactive works by the American artist Mark Dion that now dot the Storm King Art Center’s more than 500 acres and museum in the Hudson Valley. Called follies, they’re small structures and sheds that the visitor can enter or peer…Read More
How Carter Cleveland, of Artsy, Spends His Sundays Sunday Routine By Shivani Vora Published: Dec. 29, 2017 | Printed: Sunday, December 31, 2018 The New York Times published on article on the life of Artsy’s founder Carter Cleveland, where he stops and visits Denny Gallery to view the work of Caris Reid. Read on The New York Times website. View in paper.
Treats, Jewelry and AstroTurf: Scenes From an Art Show for Dogs By JOSHUA BARONE Photographs by KRISTA SCHLUETER Produced by LAURA O’NEILL AUGUST 11, 2017 Read in The New York Times. Could a pioneering art show for dogs — supposedly organized by a dog — be called anything other than Dogumenta? The idea came from the art critic Jessica Dawson, whose rescue dog, Rocky, often accompanies her on trips to galleries. “I was surprised to see that Rocky…Read More
“Art Made by Tempting Animals” by Kat Herriman New York Times, January 12, 2016 At the artist Dana Sherwood’s apartment on the Upper West Side, her dog, Hera, answers the door, tail wagging. A lifelong equestrian who now competes in dressage, Sherwood is used to collaborating with animals — and connects with them on a fundamental level. “Dressage is all about understanding a horse through the feel of your body; it’s like inventing another language,” says Sherwood. “What I’m…Read More
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 Michael Mandiberg, at his Brooklyn studio, has a new show, “From Aaaaa! to ZZZap!,” at the Denny Gallery.Credit…Mark Kauzlarich/The New York Times By Jennifer Schuessler June 16, 2015 The Wikipedia entry for “quixoticism” runs only about 255 words. But if anyone could argue for a personal mention, it might be Michael Mandiberg. For the past three years, he has been fully engaged in a project that might make even the most intrepid…Read More
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