July 16, 2021 Press

Fringe featured in DART: “Pattern & Decoration: Now from Then”

“Many artists in Denny Dimin Gallery’s program have been significantly influenced by the movement…I also wanted to explore how some artists have complicated the gender identities of craft and how artists of diverse backgrounds have brought other important histories into their work, enriching the dialogue around the ideas of P & D.”

Read on DART.

July 08, 2021 Press

Amanda Valdez in Whitewall: “Amanda Valdez Finds Gratitude in the Accumulation of Labor and Perspective”

I’m starting to find how to make my own language and keep my abstract language, feeling like it can engage with the history of weaving at the same time.

Read on WhiteWall.

June 09, 2021 Press

Amanda Valdez featured in Artsy: “6 Rising Contemporary Artists Using Traditional Craft Techniques”

“Textiles are so deeply ingrained into our culture, history, homes, and bodies. So if I’m using quilting, or weaving, or hand-dyeing fabrics, or embroidery, people often share their memories or experiences with these materials and are excited to contemplate them within the structure of painting and within my abstract shapes.”

Read on Artsy.

June 08, 2021 Press

Wendy White: Mark and Phil reviewed in the New Yorker

The social-media-inflected mood of the sculptures is both matched and expanded on in White’s paintings, whose faux-wood surfaces inevitably evoke boarded-up windows.


May 12, 2021 Press

“Let Chaos Reign” – Dana Sherwood featured in Upstate Diary

“The same way I want to draw the animals in by enticing them with meatballs, I also want to draw people in by enticing them with the wonder of watching a raccoon tea party.”


May 11, 2021 Events

Amanda Valdez: Gratitude Catalogs!

Exhibition catalogs for Amanda Valdez: Gratitude, an exhibition at Denny Dimin Gallery, New York City, April 2nd – May 15, 2021.

Read on Shop.

April 27, 2021 Press

Making Your Own Fun: Sheida Soleimani’s Commission for the New York Times

Soleimani started taking these photographs “to document these forays and efforts to explore whatever we were doing one week or another.”


April 21, 2021 Events

‘New Me’ (2021) by Amanda Valdez Acquired by the Heckscher Museum of Art

We are honored that the Heckscher Museum of Art has acquired New Me (2021), an important new painting by Amanda Valdez. The acquisition comes on the heels of Valdez’s solo exhibition Piecework at the museum last year.


April 15, 2021 Press

Ann Shelton in Contemporary Hum: “Ann Shelton’s Strange Flowers Set the Stage”

Inspired by the Japanese art of flower arrangement, ikebana, Shelton has carefully shaped various flora—sticks, moss, flowers, seeds—into striking compositions that she photographed against bright monochromatic backgrounds.


April 14, 2021 Press

Dana Sherwood featured in Lens/Cratch: “Politics of the Kitchen: Dana Sherwood”

As we peer into these night visions through Sherwood’s lens, her other-worldly sets and confections invite us into another reality. Through her patient and humorous overtures, the animals reveal themselves. The creatures upend our notions of order as they wash their paws in teacups and walk on the table. They surprise us.

Read on Lens/Cratch.

April 14, 2021 Press

Justine Hill featured in Architectural Digest: “Inside This Upper East Side Pied-à-Terre, Every Detail Matters”

“The dining room didn’t have a lot of natural light—it’s kind of a gray box. So we said, let’s do neon,” Rockwell explains of the space…The artwork by Justine Hill pulls it all together.


April 06, 2021 Press

Sheida Soleimani in the New York Times

Sheida Soleimani was commissioned by the New York Times to consider what fun looks like now.


April 02, 2021 Press

Interview with Sheida Soleimani for Silver Eye

“I make photographs for a world in crisis.”

Read on Silver Eye.

March 31, 2021 Events

‘Two of a Kind: Future Retrieval’s “Close Parallel” at the Cincinnati Art Museum review in AEQAI

Traditionally the decorative arts are concerned with the aesthetics of functional objects such as furniture, vessels, and textiles, which are often designed to be reproduced. “Close Parallel” initiates a bold and daring conversation about perceptions of form and function through domestic vignettes that feature unusual juxtapositions and mutating motifs.

Read on AEQAI.

March 24, 2021 Events

In Conversation: Artist Scott Anderson & Art Historian Sarah Diver

Scott Anderson and Sarah Diver discuss the artist’s current  exhibition “Biotech” .


March 18, 2021 Events

Scott Anderson: Biotech Catalogs!

Exhibition catalogs for Scott Anderson: Biotech are now available to order!

Read on Shop.

March 18, 2021 Press

‘Flat Green’ (2020) by Erin O’Keefe acquired by the Museum Voorlinden

We are pleased to share that the Museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar, Netherlands has acquired Flat Green (2020) by Erin O’Keefe.


March 17, 2021 Press Releases

Sheida Soleimani now represented by Denny Dimin Gallery

Born to political refugees who fled Iran in the mid-1980s, Soleimani builds photographic tableaux that dramatize Middle Eastern geopolitics, satirizing the reporting of West and East alike.

March 03, 2021 Press

Sheida Soleimani in Artsy’s “5 Artists On Our Radar This March”

Soleimani’s use of bright colors and textured backgrounds draw the viewer into the conversation and ask us to spend time there. By suggesting rather than spelling out the violence she so often takes up, Soleimani maintains the privacy and agency of her subjects instead of probing into their pain.

Read on Artsy.

March 03, 2021 Press

Ann Shelton’s ‘A Lovers’ Herbal’ reviewed in Artforum

“A Lovers’ Herbal” is Shelton’s first solo show since New Zealand legalized abortion (for up to twenty weeks’ gestation) in March 2020. This web presentation, dense with information, displays new photographs from “jane says,” a short video interview, ikebana book images, and texts that detail the links between colonialism and the suppression of herbal medical knowledge.

Read on Artforum.

March 03, 2021 Press

Amir Fallah Review in ArtAsiaPacific

Best known for his unique approach to portraiture, Amir H. Fallah
has made a name for himself not by painting incredible likenesses of people but by revealing who they are through the objects that they possess.


March 02, 2021 Press

“Future Retrieval: Close Parallel Combines Eras of Art In New, Interesting Ways” in Cincinnati Refined

Future Retrieval: Close Parallel opens at the Cincinnati Art Museum on February 26 and features contemporary reimaginings of works from the Museum’s extensive permanent collection.


March 02, 2021 Press

Erin O’Keefe reviewed in Artforum

“I’m interested in finding/discovering/choreographing moments of uncertainty that exist in the image, but not in the ‘real’ spatial condition,” says Erin O’Keefe, erstwhile architecture professor turned full-time photographer of vision-confounding images. “You are left with just the image and its wrongness—you can never backtrack to compare, although the question of how it was made is still present.”

Read on Artforum.

February 25, 2021 Press

“Future Retrieval’s “Close Parallel” Exhibition Launches This Month at Cincinnati Art Museum” in CityBeat

The art duo’s “Close Parallel” exhibition launches this month at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Read on CityBeat.

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