November 18, 2020 Events

Sheida Soleimani in Collector Daily

As a first gallery solo show in New York, this introduction to Soleimani’s work packs plenty of promising firepower. What’s exciting is that she’s boldly stepped into the fray of making overtly political art, and punched her way through with consistent intelligence and visual wit.


November 18, 2020 Events

Sheida Soleimani in British Journal of Photography

Sheida Soleimani’s latest show comments on the complex political relationship between Iran and the US


November 18, 2020 Events

Tribeca Gallery Day

Join all the Tribeca Galleries on Saturday, December 5th from 11am-7pm for Tribeca Gallery Day!


November 10, 2020 Press

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

For this upcoming exhibition, launching November 12th,  the works will be presented in the digital sphere where they were born. The gallery will present the artworks on a public Zoom every day through the run of the show.

Read on Artnet.

November 08, 2020 Events

Sheida Soleimani in Surface

Speaking truth to the crises that define relations between Iran and the United States, Soleimani superimposes source imagery onto sculptural backdrops to reflect and critique hot-button issues such as demands for reparations, sanctions on trade and resources, and the “crude” history of the petroleum industry.

Read on Surface.

November 06, 2020 Events

Opening Celebratory Conversation with Sheida Soleimani & Jasmine Wahi

Join us over Zoom for a celebratory opening conversation of the exhibition, Sheida Soleimani: Hotbed. The online event will include a walkthrough, discussion of the work, and Q & A.


November 02, 2020 Outside Exhibitions, Press

Matt Mignanelli at 5 Bryant is featured on Gotham To Go

Matt Mignanelli: Between Nature & Structure ~ a Public Art Installation at Five Bryant Park.


October 31, 2020 Events

VOTE! Amir H. Fallah asks you to vote at the ICA San José

The ICA San José presents The Façade Project with a major mural commission from Amir H. Fallah and opens its doors to become an Official Vote Center for November 2020 election.


October 16, 2020 Press

Justine Hill Reviewed in The New York Times

Justine Hill makes more with less in her multipart abstract paintings; Kevin Beasley mixes the political with the personal in “Reunion.”

Read on The New York Times.


October 13, 2020 Events

Michael Mandiberg named a 2020 NYSCA/NYFA Fellow

NYFA has awarded $588,000 to 85 New York State artists working in Craft/Sculpture, Digital/Electronic Arts, Nonfiction Literature, Poetry, and Printmaking/Drawing/Book Arts.

Read on NYFA.

October 07, 2020 Events

Justine Hill In Conversation with Dana Rodriguez

Join Justine Hill and art historian and catalog essay writer, Dana Rodriguez as they discuss Hill’s current exhibition “Touch.” Wednesday, October 14th, 6-7pm EDT.


October 06, 2020 Press

Future Retrieval in Vogue

Future Retrieval included in a group exhibition, The Planter Show at Fort Makers Gallery and reviewed in Vogue.

Read on Vogue.

September 24, 2020 Press

Denny Dimin Gallery Artists in Starchitect Renzo Piano’s first NYC residential tower

The apartment includes 31 artworks from 10 different contemporary artists, all represented by Denny Dimin Gallery in neighboring Tribeca. In the living room, there’s a grid painting by Matt Mignanelli as well as two artworks apiece from Amanda Valdez and Andy Woll.

Read on Robb Report.

September 23, 2020 Events

Extended Hours for Tribeca Gallery Night

Please join us for extended evening viewing hours of Touch, an exhibition of new paintings by Justine Hill, as we open our doors alongside our neighbors for Tribeca Gallery Night.  An interactive map of the participating galleries can be viewed at this link.


September 23, 2020 Press

Amir H. Fallah in The New York Times

In California, the Institute of Contemporary Art San José will open for voting, with a mural by Amir H. Fallah on display.

Read on The New York Times.


September 23, 2020 Press

Justine Hill: Touch in Artnet News

Justine Hill’s New Show of Sculptural Paintings Is a Timely Homage to the Importance of Touch

Read on Artnet News.

September 18, 2020 Press

Stephen Thorpe in Home Journal

Denny Dimin Gallery offers unique glimpse into an artist’s mind during self-isolation via virtual art show “Stephen ThorpeSpace Invaders”.

Read in Home Journal


September 14, 2020 Press

Denny Dimin Gallery Artists Featured in Renzo Piano’s First NY Residential Tower

The storied Italian furniture maker collaborated with Tribeca’s Denny Dimin Gallery to feature works by ten contemporary artists. Read on Galerie.


September 11, 2020 Outside Exhibitions

Amanda Valdez: Piecework at The Heckscher Museum of Art featured in Newsday

The Heckscher offers a three-part exhibit experience. The third is “Piecework” composed of pieces by contemporary artist Amanda Valdez, who creates colored, patterned and textured abstract paintings.


September 08, 2020 Press

Rob Dimin quoted on Artnet News

“It seems to me we were in a safe space. If shops selling t-shirts were allowed to be open, why couldn’t we? Because of the fact that art galleries kind of fit into this ambiguous gray area of retail spaces, I saw it as almost my responsibility as a New Yorker and a provider of culture” to reopen as safely as possible.

Read on Artnet News


August 18, 2020 Events

Thirst/Trap: Artnet News Editors’ Picks

Editors’ Picks: 7 Things for Your Art Calendar This Week, From a Ruth Asawa-Inspired Workshop to an Outdoor Photo Show

Read on artnet news.

August 18, 2020 Press

Sean Fader in conversation with Jon Feinstein in Humble Arts Foundation

Sean Fader uses two photographic series to bookend a transformative two decades of LGBTQIA history through the lens of digital photography and its role in queer representation.


July 14, 2020 Press

Sean Fader in British Journal of Photography

“Queer stories are not only erased by lack of media coverage. Queer erasure happens a second round in the advent of digital technology, and our expectations that all histories are digitised”


July 06, 2020 Press

Gallery Reopening Featured in the Observer

Behind the Scenes at 5 New York City Galleries Preparing to Reopen

“We also had an important, timely, and gratifying exhibition ready to show,” they said of Sean Fader’s exhibition about social media’s impact on queer solidarity and undocumented hate murders of LGBTQI+ individuals across the U.S.

Read on Observer.

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