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.

July 01, 2020 Press

Sean Fader in WWD

Sean Fader Explores a New Queer Narrative With ‘Thirst/Trap’ Exhibit at Denny Dimin Gallery

The artist highlights queer representation in visual art and the lost history of LGBTQ violence from the late Nineties in a dual exhibition in New York. By Kristen Tauer.

Read on WWD.

June 29, 2020 Press

Elizabeth Denny Interview on Mason Lane’s Blog

At Home with Elizabeth Denny

One of our favorite advisory firms featured us on their blog with an interview about survival in 2020.

June 28, 2020 Press

“Hong Kong – Tales of the City” in Artomity Magazine

Hong Kong – Tales of the City

Even before the pandemic struck, the dystopian visions and reimagined histories presented in Hong Kong – Tales of the City felt extremely relevant and timely. Media works from nine artists belonging to Hong Kong’s oldest video collective address a range of vital issues, from civic engagement to the impact of globalisation on contemporary urban life. The collaboration between Videotage and Denny Dimin Gallery opened in New York just as the city headed into lockdown.

Read on Artomity.

June 25, 2020 Events

Video of Justine Hill @Cultured_Mag

Cultured Magazine invited Justine Hill to shoot a virtual studio visit of her new studio to preview work for her upcoming exhibition at Denny Dimin Gallery in New York this fall.

June 24, 2020 Press

Amir H. Fallah 2020 COLA Fellow

Congratulations to Amir H. Fallah for being selected as a 2020 City of Los Angeles (COLA) Individual Artist Fellowship awardee.

The Fellows were selected by a panel comprising curators, educators, museum directors and past COLA Fellows. The fellowship provides each artist with $10,000 to produce a new body of work, which will be premiered at the COLA 2020 exhibition.

June 13, 2020 Events

Paula Wilson named Princeton University’s Hodder Fund grant recipient

Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton announces special Hodder Fund grants for 2020-2021 to 10 emerging career artists.

Grants awarded to Lileana Blain-Cruz, Onyedika Chuke, Mark DeChiazza, Marjani Forte, Jennifer Kidwell, Aurora Nealand, Maya Phillips, Aaron Robertson, Katy Pyle, and Paula Wilson are intended to support artists during the economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic

May 27, 2020 Artists, Press

Scott Anderson: Biotech Catalog

Digital catalog created for Scott Anderson’s exhibition “Biotech.”  Essay by Sarah Diver.

May 04, 2020 Press

Amir H. Fallah in Whitewall

Amir H. Fallah is Making Watercolors at Home with his Son

Were it not for the current global pandemic, Amir H. Fallah’s solo show of new paintings would be on view…
Read on Whitewall.

April 24, 2020 Press

Robert Dimin in artnet news

Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at the Online Editions of the Dallas Art Fair, Art Basel Hong Kong, and David Zwirner’s ‘Platform’

The features of Dallas’s digital infrastructure received high marks from other dealers. Rob Dimin of New York’s Denny Dimin Gallery commended the organizers for doing “a really fantastic job in creating the virtual fair space… with enough room for extra content to contextualize the artists.”

Read on artnet news.

April 23, 2020 Press

Scott Anderson in Artsy Editorial

5 Artists on our Radar

When our Curatorial team selected a work from [Scott Anderson’s] “Biotech” to be included in Artsy’s Art Keeps Going campaign earlier this month, it quickly became the campaign’s most inquired-on artwork.
Read on Artsy.

April 15, 2020 Press

Robert Dimin in Artsy Editorial

Will Online Viewing Rooms Increase Price Transparency at Galleries?

When the gallery launched a virtual exhibition space, it began posting essays and videos to accompany the artworks. Interested collectors are no longer browsing a catalog of objects with price tags, but learning stories about people and what they make.

Read on Artsy.

April 13, 2020 Press

“Hong Kong – Tales of the City” in Tatler

10 Hong Kong Exhibitions To See In April 2020—Online Or In Person

We may be living in an age of social isolation, but art lovers can still get their hit this month with these Hong Kong exhibitions

Read on Tatler.

April 09, 2020 Artists, Press

Amir H. Fallah in The New York Times

2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home

Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are some shows worth viewing virtually.

April 08, 2020 Artists, Press

Kennedy Yanko in ARTnews

Artist Kennedy Yanko Wants to Teach Your Children How to Make Art During Quarantine

Next week was supposed to be a big one for artist Kennedy Yanko, as she was supposed to present new work at the Dallas Art Fair by way of New York’s Denny Dimin Gallery. Then the fair, like so many other art events happening around the world, got postponed indefinitely. (It is now scheduled for the beginning of October.)

Read on ARTnews.

April 07, 2020 Artists, Press

Amir H. Fallah in GQ Middle East

Iranian-Born Artist Amir H. Fallah Creates Work That Thrives In A Cultural Limbo

Fallah creates work with stupefying subtext
The 40-year-old artist paints idiosyncratic portraits that unfurl infinite narratives to his audience. Ask him, and he explains that his detail-rich, colour-drenched paintings are a new kind of portrait, one that shows a person without physicality at all. More often than not, these portraits – usually created in close collaboration with his subjects – forego face and skin tone, and instead allow a Garfield plushy or goblet drum to tell the tale.

April 07, 2020 Events

Denny Dimin Gallery Art Pics on Instagram

To enter to win the drawing see the terms below. We will be reposting our favorite posts at the end of each day, and all entries to our story!

Read on Instagram.

April 01, 2020 Artists, Press

Clarity Haynes in Artforum

Clarity Haynes

A pair of hairy, pendulous tits and a huge belly marred by stretch marks, drooping skin, fresh bruises, and old wounds: This is a general yet reasonably accurate description of an obese, middle-aged physique—one that belongs to me, a gay man.
Read on Art Forum.

March 31, 2020 Artists, Press

Kennedy Yanko in Patron Magazine


“Nothing feels as good as scouring a yard, spotting a piece that calls to you, digging for its entirety, and revealing its full glory,” says Brooklyn-based sculptor Kennedy Yanko. She is speaking of her trips to salvage yards in search of discarded metals she will later repurpose for her sculpture practice. “It’s a full day or multiday activity, scavenging. But again, it’s an integral thrill and informs everything that follows.” The fruit from some of these treasure hunts will be on view in a solo show with Denny Dimin Gallery at the Dallas Art Fair in October.
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March 30, 2020 Artists, Press

“Hong Kong – Tales of the City” in the CoBo Social

Hong Kong Video Art Lands in New York City

In New York, amidst the current pandemic demobilizing our cities, Denny Dimin Gallery in New York mounts “Hong Kong — Tales of the City,” a panoramic showcase of Hong Kong video art, co-presented with Videotage.

Read on CoBo Social.

March 25, 2020 Artists, Press

Dana Sherwood in artnet news

10 More Recipes From Artists Who Are Getting Creative in the Kitchen to Spice Up Dining in the Era of Social Distancing

Dana Sherwood, Olafur Eliasson, and other artists share some of their favorite recipes.
As much of the world hunkers down, practicing social distancing and sheltering in place, everyday life is shifting dramatically. And for artists, like the rest of us, that means preparing for an extended stay at home by stocking up their larders.
In search of a little culinary inspiration, we turned to artists who have worked with food in their practices, either as a material or subject matter, to ask them what they’re cooking during these unprecedented times.

Read on artnet news.

March 23, 2020 Press

Elizabeth Denny in Barron’s

Restarting the Art Market

People who are comfortable buying pricey cars or jewelry often don’t carry the same level of confidence when they step into an art gallery.
“Why?” asks Mike Steib, the CEO of Artsy. His answer: “The industry is opaque, it isn’t accessible, and there’s high transaction friction. So [wealthy people], despite their means, come to believe that it must not be a world that’s available to them.”

Read on Barron's.

March 20, 2020 Artists

Amir H. Fallah on Art at a Time Like This

How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This?  is an online exhibition, co- curated by Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen as a platform for the exchange of ideas at this time of crisis.  We invited artists who are considered thought leaders; artists who struggle with futuristic pessimism, political outrage and psychic melt-downs.

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