Category: Timeframe

December 22, 2021 Press

Michael Mandiberg: Timeframe Reviewed in Hyperallergic

When an Artist’s Body Breaks Down Human Relations Become Crucial 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. by Seph Rodney December 22, 2021 Michael Mandiberg, “My doctor has prohibited me from doing any more work”(Zorn Palette) (2020) oil and inkjet on canvas 12 x 9 inches There is a way in which the human body functions like a machine, and the…Read More

November 05, 2021 Events

Visit The Zoom Paintings on Zoom

Denny Dimin Gallery is pleased to relaunched, The Zoom Paintings, a project by Michael Mandiberg on the occasion of their IRL exhibition Timeframe from November 5th to December 23rd, 2021. The Zoom exhibition will be open, Tuesday to Saturday 11 am-to 6 pm EDT exclusively via Zoom. One painting on view each day, for a total of thirty-two paintings. Visit The Zoom Paintings on Zoom.  

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November 02, 2021 Press

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

Friday, November 5–Thursday, December 23 Michael Mandiberg, Carlo Montagnino (502 hours, 2006-2008), 2019. Photo courtesy of Denny Dimin Gallery, New York. 6. “Michael Mandiberg: Timeframe” at Denny Dimin Gallery, New York Michael Mandiberg presents two ongoing bodies of work related to themes of memory, illness, and building relationships through work and learning. Their durational performance “Live Study” includes an 850-hour archive, still growing, of live-streamed video from the artist’s painting sessions of studio assistants and other colleagues. The project spans Mandiberg’s…Read More

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May 17, 2021 Outside Exhibitions

Live Study Commissioned by the Whitney Museum

Michael Mandiberg’s Live Study is a performance that investigates creative labor. A live video stream from Mandiberg’s studio shows the artist painting portraits of the fifty-six people who have worked for them over the last fifteen years. Each canvas is sized according to the total hours worked by the person at one square inch per hour, making visible the usually hidden labor of studio assistants and interns in the art world. The sizes of the canvases range from a 4…Read More

December 03, 2020 Press

Michael Mandiberg in the Economist

The way we live now “The Zoom Paintings” are dispatches from a strange year In lockdown Michael Mandiberg started capturing the offices, bedrooms and kitchens of others while on video calls by S.H. Dec 3rd 2020 IT IS THE corner of someone’s empty kitchen. Cabinets have been left open haphazardly; an oven hood and a slice of the ceiling is visible. The scene has a slightly dizzying quality, as when a laptop camera is tilted upwards, but this is an…Read More

November 30, 2020 Press

Michael Mandiberg: The Zoom Paintings in Artland

Artists At Home: Between Familiar Environments And New Perspectives By Adam Hencz November 2020 “I was yearning for colors… Vibrant colors! I started doing self-portraits and was watching myself manifested in a fictitious milieu, in interiors that were colorful and peaceful. Colors made me feel safe.” Maria Kassab A variety of circumstances have led to artists being isolated from society. Depending on the situation, a time of solitude can be welcome or uninvited, deliberate or involuntary. Many artists have thrived…Read More

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November 10, 2020 Press

Michael Mandiberg’s “The Zoom Paintings” featured in Artnet

‘It’s Memorializing How Unmemorable It Is’: Artist Michael Mandiberg on Painting Melancholy Portraits on Zoom Mandiberg’s “Zoom Paintings” are going on view this week in a virtual exhibition. By: Taylor Dafoe, November 10, 2020 Michael Mandiberg, PSC-CUNY Action I, 3:00 — 4:00 PM, June 23, 2020 (#13) (2020). Courtesy of the artist. Quarantining has no doubt had a dissociative effect on us. Think about the strange ways in which time passes, or the moments during video chats when you have…Read More

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