September 12, 2018 Press

Amanda Valdez Featured by ARTNews

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Today’s show: “Amanda Valdez: First Might” is on view at Denny Dimin Gallery in New York through Saturday, October 14. The solo exhibition is the artist’s third with the gallery, which recently changed its name from Denny Gallery.

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August 25, 2018 Press

Future Retrieval in show reviewed in LA Times

Review: Humor and human clay meld in ‘The Incongruous Body’ at AMOCA If there was any question about the connection between the material of the self — human clay — and the stuff of sculpture, Robert Arneson’s 1988 work on paper, “Head Wedged,” makes the relationship clear. The ferociously funny Funkmeister renders himself in terracotta hues, scrunching his chin with one hand and reaching his opposite arm overhead to press against his temple. He’s doing to himself what ceramic artists…Read More


July 21, 2018 Press

Matt Mignanelli Interviewed by Abstract Magazine

Tell us a little about yourself, where did your passion for art begin and how did it become your work? My passion for art began as a child and has been a lifelong pursuit. The painting has always fascinated me and continues to engage me endlessly. Not only is it a language for me to communicate, it’s how I continue to explore life. For me, the pursuit of painting is all-consuming, so it was a natural path that it became…Read More


July 11, 2018 Press

Emily Noelle Lambert Featured in ArtMaze Magazine

Life, death, growth, beauty and destruction. I want to capture it all in my paintings and sculptures. Currently working on an installation bringing all of this into one. It is an art/life journey. I bring this search into my process – the search is the process. Exuberance towards color and materiality in the face of all gets in the way. I move between figuration, abstraction, and landscape as I believe that is how the vehicle of the mind and body…Read More


June 30, 2018 Outside Exhibitions

Amir H. Fallah Exhibiting at MOCA Tucson

The Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson (MOCA Tucson) is pleased to present Blessed Be: Mysticism, Spirituality, and the Occult in Contemporary Art, a curated exhibition by Ginger Shulick Porcella exploring religion, ritual, cult mentality, and the human impulse to belong and participate, as viewed through the lens of cultural production. This exhibition examines the relationship between “cult” and “culture” and how the museum space, like sites of worship, are places for sustained, concentrated attention and contemplation. Blessed Be links spiritual practice to artistic…Read More

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June 28, 2018 Events,Outside Exhibitions

Erin O’Keefe Featured in the Wing’s Feminist Salon Program in NYC

Read on Robb Report. With its rose-hued walls and girl-power programming, the Wing has become something of a legend in its own time. Since the club first opened in Manhattan’s Flatiron District in 2016, it has been regularly revered, occasionally mocked (all that pink!), and even investigated by a human rights group for its women-only policy. But the Wing, which now counts four locations in New York City and Washington, D.C., and is preparing to open two more outposts in California—both of which are…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events,Outside Exhibitions

Future Retrieval Exhibiting at American Museum of Ceramics in Los Angeles

Read on American Museum of Ceramic Art. Humor, as E.B. White suggests, is often an uncooperative topic to explore critically. Like our bodies, it is idiosyncratic, can be awkward, weird or surprising, and it can be uncomfortable to scrutinize too closely. Yet much of the art of the 20th century depended upon it. Where would we be today without the rapier wit of the Dadaists, the irony of Pop, the subversive attitude of Funk, or the dark comic vision of the…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events,Outside Exhibitions

Michael Mandiberg and Jordan Tate Exhibiting at Zygote Press in Cleveland

Read on Zygote Press. The printed broadside has been an important vehicle for information in Western culture since Gutenberg invented movable type, and has kept the printing press front and center in the transmission of ideas among social communities since that time. This exhibition examines both new and existing works: contemporary broadsides, printed posters and ephemera that dialogue with the idea of social justice. Many of the artists will be working in print media, but others will carry the theme of…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events,Outside Exhibitions

Future Retrieval Exhibiting at Visions West Contemporary in Denver

Read on Visions West Contemporary. Founded in 2008, Future Retrieval is the studio collaboration of Guy Michael Davis and Katie Parker. The pieces created utilize three-dimensional scanning and digital manufacturing of found forms that are molded and constructed in porcelain, mimicking the history of decorative arts and design. Our process addresses the conceptualization, discovery, and acquisition of form, to make content-loaded sculptures that reference design and are held together by craft. We incorporate an interdisciplinary approach to our work, striving to…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events,Outside Exhibitions

Jordan Tate Exhibiting at Cincinnati’s New Summit Hotel

Read on Alternate Projects. Alternate Projects is pleased to present Beyond Things, an exhibition sponsored by Cincinnati’s new Summit Hotel and organized by Alternate Projects. Beyond Things features the work of seven artists based in the Cincinnati region and a Cincinnati-based collaborative. The pieces– extractions, commentaries, juxtapositions, collages– are an enmeshing of the material and cultural. All transcend the apparent and in so doing present new ways of seeing and experiencing the things that define our world. The tension between art object and art documentation–…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events,Outside Exhibitions

Sean Fader Exhibiting at the Foundation and Center for Contemporary Arts Prague

Read on Center for Contemporary Arts Prague. Apparatus 2.0: The Unreliable Library is an exhibition resulting from a collaboration between artists and organizers from Prague and New York City. Taking place in the reconstructed FCCA library, Apparatus 2.0 reflects on how we gather research and build knowledge about culture, and on the library as a space for contemplation and discovery. This exhibition expands on its predecessor, Apparatus for a Utopian Image (2016) at EFA Project Space in New York, initiated by artists Pavla Sceranková and Dušan…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events,Outside Exhibitions

Justine Hill Exhibiting in “Techno Abstractions” Presented by Latchkey Gallery

Read on The Core Club. Featuring the work of Devra Freelander, Eliot Greenwald, Grant Stoops, Justine Hill & Norma Markley, Techno Abstractions brings together five artists to create a visual vibration of saturated color and gesture. Bridging a multitude of complex surfaces, this exhibition unlocks a collision of color and untamed visual indulgence. The exhibit is curated by Natalie Kates and Amanda Uribe of Latch Key Gallery. Exhibiting June 1 – August 31, 2018 at CORE: in New York, NY.


June 22, 2018 Artists,Press

Michael Mandiberg Reviewed in Neutral

Quantified Self Portrait (One Year Performance), intimate flows June Issue in Neutral. Read on Neutral. There’s a whole thread in media art about defining a portrait not through a face, but intimate data univocally connected to the person. Since our bureaucratic identity is solely made of digital data, as is most of our mediated sociality, this practice progressively reflects our everyday nature. Michael Mandiberg has always been attentive to the changes in our daily structures, developing artworks with an almost…Read More


June 20, 2018 Artists,Press

Justine Hill: Freestanding Reviewed in Art and America

Justine Hill at Denny Gallery By: Elizabeth Buhe June/July Issue Art in America Read on Art in America For the eight paintings on view in “Freestanding,” Justine Hill tempered the sense of levity conveyed by her scribbly mark-making, cartoony motifs, and cheerful colors (periwinkle blues, apricot oranges, royal purples) with a measured consideration of form and composition. Tensions between foreground and background animate the paintings, which continue a style of work she began pursuing in 2015. Each painting is a…Read More


June 20, 2018 Press

Future Retrieval’s Cincinnati Art Museum Acquisition in City Beats

A milestone in the revival of a famous Cincinnati name A new Rookwood fireplace, designed by local artists Terence Hammonds, Katie Parker and Guy Michael Davis, has been given to the Cincinnati Art Museum by the company and artists. By: Erin Couch Posted on: June 12, 2018 Read on City Beat. Rookwood Pottery has a storied place in Cincinnati lore, as well as in the Cincinnati Art Museum — it owns over 400 examples of Rookwood works, with 100 of…Read More


June 20, 2018 Press

Cincinnati Art Museum Acquires Work By Future Retrieval

New Acquisition: When Past and Present Collide By: Amy Dehan Posted on: May 29, 2018 Read on the Museum Blog. Among the beloved early-twentieth-century Rookwood murals, fireplace and fountain in The Procter & Gamble Gallery (G126), you’ll now find a striking new addition: The Living Room Fireplace. Working in partnership with The Rookwood Pottery Company, Cincinnati artists Katie Parker and Guy Michael Davis (who work collaboratively as Future Retrieval) and Terence Hammonds created the fireplace in 2013 for The Living Room,…Read More


May 22, 2018 Press

Erin O’Keefe in The Village Voice

A Painter’s Photographer: Erin O’Keefe’s Bewitching Shapes By R.C. Baker May 15, 2018 Read in The Village Voice. When I first walked into the gallery, I mistook Erin O’Keefe’s photographs for smooth-surfaced paintings, with an intense but exquisitely tuned palette and dynamic abstract compositions. Everything about them — the triangular shadows cast across two emerald-green rectangles by a mottled yellow crosspiece — recalled the way a painting’s built-up strokes impart a sense of time passing, of long sessions in the…Read More


April 27, 2018 Events

Amir H. Fallah in The Art Newspaper

Trump’s travel ban: artists and museums speak out against third iteration US Supreme Court called on to consider potential harm to arts organizations and the American public Gabriella Angeleti 26th April 2018 Read on The Art Newspaper. On Wednesday (25 April), the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case challenging the third iteration of US President Donald Trump’s travel ban, which restricts entry to the US from eight mostly Muslim countries: Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, North…Read More


April 17, 2018 Press

Paula Wilson on Yale University Radio

Listen to Paula Wilson interviewed on Yale University Radio WYBC. Listen Here. Aired March 23, 2018 Image: Paula Wilson in her exhibition FLOORED at Williamson Knight, Portland, OR. Courtesy of Williamson Knight. Photo: Mario Gallucci.  


March 20, 2018 Outside Exhibitions

Brent Birnbaum at Museum Wilhelm Morgner in Germany

Brent Birnbaum – That’s what (s)he said. March 17 – May 27, 2018 Schroth in the Museum Wilhelm Morgner Thomästraße 1, 59494 Soest, Germany Visit museum website.


March 13, 2018 Events

Davis Museum at Wellesley College Acquires Work By Amanda Valdez and Justine Hill

Davis Museum at Wellesley College Acquires Work By Amanda Valdez and Justine Hill at NADA New York, 2018. Acquisition posted in The Art Newspaper on March 9, 2018. “…International Women’s Day was observed when the Davis Museum of Art at Wellesley, one of the first colleges for women in the US, acquired two works from New York’s Denny Gallery, Drunkard’s Path, an embroidered and quilted piece by Amanda Valdez, and a new four-panel painting by Justine Hill called Figure, Ground,…Read More


March 01, 2018 Artists

Justine Hill: Freestanding in artnet

From a Cy Twombly Celebration to Imaginary Cowboys: 39 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York This March It’s time to hit the gallery circuit. Sarah Cascone & Caroline Goldstein, March 1, 2018 Read on artnet. The editors at artnet News searched New York City high and low for the most exciting, bizarre, and thought-provoking gallery exhibitions this March. 39. “Justine Hill: Freestanding” at Denny Gallery Justine Hill presents the second exhibition of her “Cutouts” series, unusual multi-panel works made by…Read More


February 27, 2018 Press

Western Wear in artnet news

This Artist Created 150 Abstract Paintings About LA’s Mount Wilson—See Them Here Andy Woll is best known for his depictions of gestural mountain ranges. By: Henri Neuendorf Posted on: February 22, 2018 Read on artnet news. Andy Woll “Western Wear” Denny Gallery, New York What the Gallery Says: Andy Woll is an expressive painter working between abstraction and representation. The subject of many of his paintings over the past few years has been Mount Wilson, a peak that is identifiable…Read More


February 07, 2018 Artists

Paula Wilson now represented by Denny Gallery

Denny Gallery is pleased to announce our representation of Paula Wilson. Visit Paula Wilson’s artist page. Paula Wilson was born 1975 in Chicago, IL. Lives in Carrizozo, NM. Paula Wilson is a mixed-media artist who studies and sources imagery from different cultures, geographies, and times to develop a unified, visual language of her own. Wilson frequently combines printmaking, painting, sculpture and video into her projects. Wilson works by collaging multiple forms of visual language together: ancient motifs, tropes from Western…Read More


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