Category: Art Fairs

March 06, 2020 Art Fairs, Artists, Press

Amir H. Fallah in Hyperallergic

Visiting the 2020 Armory Show Amid Ominous Headlines From art about environmental recklessness to Caribbean post-coloniality, Armory kicked off the spring art fair season in spite of growing coronavirus concerns. Dessane Lopez Cassell Amir H. Fallah’s work on view in the Denny Dimin booth as part of Focus at Pier 90, curated by Jamillah James (all photos by Dessane Lopez Cassell for Hyperallergic, unless otherwise stated) ’Tis the season: with Thursday’s public opening of the Armory Show, spring art fair…Read More


March 06, 2020 Art Fairs, Artists, Press

Amir H. Fallah in ArtAsiaPacific

MAR 06 2020 ROUNDUP FROM THE ARMORY SHOW 2020 BY PAUL LASTER The blackened entrance to The Armory Show 2020 at Pier 94, New York, during the VIP Preview Day. All photos by Paul Laster for ArtAsiaPacific. The Armory Show, which returned to Piers 90 and 94 on New York’s Hudson River for its 26th edition boasted 183 exhibitors from 32 countries, although most were American and European galleries while only 14 were from Asia or have a presence there. “The fair looks…Read More


March 06, 2020 Art Fairs, Artists, Press

Amir H. Fallah in ARTnews

MARCH 6, 2020 Scenes from the 2020 Armory Show The 2020 edition of the Armory Show opened to invited guests on Wednesday, March 4, and runs at Piers 90 and 94 through Sunday, March 8. Despite ongoing concerns around the world over the new coronavirus and the ways in which it could spread in large crowds, the fair went on, and many dealers said the affair was business as usual during its early hours. The fair brings together over 180 galleries from…Read More

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March 05, 2020 Art Fairs, Artists, Press

Amir H. Fallah in The New York Times

The Armory Show: Playing It Safe During an Unsettled Time Another year, another crisis: The Armory Show proves resilient again as it opens amid the coronavirus outbreak. Our critic surveys the fair’s many welcoming entry points. By Martha Schwendener March 5, 2020 Last year the Armory Show weathered a crisis when Pier 92 over the Hudson River was condemned shortly before the art fair opened, precipitating a last-minute reshuffling of booths and the shutting down of a satellite display. This year, the fair has…Read More


March 05, 2020 Art Fairs, Press

Robert Dimin in The Art Newspaper

New York’s Armory Show sees solid sales despite coronavirus risk Liberal amounts of hand sanitiser and a consistent base of US buyers dominated the fair’s opening day MARGARET CARRIGAN 5th March 2020 08:00 GMT Art fairs might be getting postponed and cancelled all over the globe due to the spread of coronavirus, but not New York’s Armory Show, the 26th edition of which opened at Piers 90 and 94 in Manhattan on Wednesday despite newly confirmed cases of the virus in…Read More


March 02, 2020 Art Fairs, Artists, Press

Amir H. Fallah in ARTnews

See Highlights from the 2020 Armory Show The 2020 edition of the Armory Show opens to the public later this week, running from March 5 to March 8, with a preview day on March 4. This year, more than 180 local, national, and global exhibitors will gather at New York’s Piers 90 and 94. Mega-enterprise Gagosian will be joined by returning galleries such as 303 Gallery (New York), Victoria Miro (London and Venice), Jeffrey Deitch (Los Angeles and New York),…Read More

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February 28, 2020 Art Fairs, Press

Denny Dimin in ARTnews

Armory Week 2020: Here’s Your Cheat Sheet to the Fairs BY CLAIRE SELVIN February 27, 2020 4:46pm A work by Pascale Marthine Tayou at the 2019 Armory Show. TEDDY WOLFF With the ADAA Art Show having already opened and many more fairs to follow, it’s time once again for Armory Week in New York. Below is a guide to nine art fairs to take in over the days to come, at scales both big and small. Note that the listings focus on public…Read More

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February 26, 2020 Art Fairs, Artists, Press

Amir H. Fallah in Apollo Magazine

The Armory Show and beyond – around the galleries in New York Samuel Reilly The Tourist (detail; 2019), Amir H. Fallah. Denny Dimin Gallery at the Armory Show The Armory Show (5–8 March) returns to Manhattan this year with an enhanced curatorial presence, continuing the innovations that director Nicole Berry began to introduce on taking over at the fair in 2017. The fair’s main section at Pier 94 sees the usual jostling of blue-chips with lesser-known galleries – but for the…Read More


April 12, 2019 Art Fairs, Press

Amanda Valdez at the Dallas Art Fair in Galerie Magazine

The Dallas Art Fair kicked off last night with a VIP preview. Now in its 11th edition and with nearly 100 exhibitors, the fair opened with a colorful bang and welcomed international galleries including Blain|Southern, Lisson Gallery, and Sadie Coles, all of which were among the first-time exhibitors. At the Thursday morning preview, the fair revealed the artists who had been acquired by the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) through its annual acquisition fund. Now in its fourth year, the…Read More


January 31, 2019 Art Fairs, Artists, Press

Jessie Edelman at UNTITLED SF in Naver Design

UNTITLED ART. As the name suggests, the fair has emerged to reject a typical art fair and offer a new alternative to the art market. Is there not only a few successful galleries and star artists in the global market? Untitled Art is motivated by the opportunity to provide equal opportunities to artworks that resist them. Providing priority participation opportunities to nonprofit art institutions and galleries operated by artists. Thanks to that, you can see works like pearls in the…Read More


January 21, 2019 Art Fairs, Press

Denny Dimin Gallery at UNTITLED SF in The Art Newspaper

Art dealers are still plumbing the depths of the West Coast’s murky art market waters, but California’s Bay Area is home to an increasingly strong collector base driven by powerful local art advisors and buoyed by institutional efforts to cultivate the art scene across commercial and nonprofit sectors. That was more or less the consensus from new and returning dealers alike at the FOG Art + Design and Untitled Art fairs in San Francisco this past weekend (17-20 January), many…Read More


January 18, 2019 Art Fairs, Press

Denny Dimin Gallery at UNTITLED SF in ARTNews

As San Francisco weathered two very minor earthquakes and braced against voracious rain that forecasters had classified as an “atmospheric river,” two art fairs in the city—FOG Design+Art and Untitled—went about their business of opening with nothing but signs of positivity in sight. The older, more established FOG and the newer upstart Untitled (a West Coast satellite of a fair initiated in Miami) offered different vibes but together courted collectors and curiosity-seekers to a Bay Area art scene that rose…Read More

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December 07, 2018 Art Fairs, Press

Erin O’Keefe at UNTITLED Miami in Artsy

Back on the beach, UNTITLED featured a relatively breezy scene. Denny Dimin Gallery, however, was blissfully busy. The gallery reported selling around 30 works by artist Erin O’Keefe by Friday morning—all close-up photographs of brightly painted objects that resemble paintings at first glance. At the booth, Elizabeth Denny and Robert Dimin attempted to count exactly how many pieces they’d sold: one to the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College, one to the Cleveland Clinic, and two to trustees at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and the Wadsworth Atheneum….Read More

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January 23, 2018 Art Fairs, Press

Denny Gallery’s Untitled San Francisco Booth in artnet news

Are Tech Collectors Finally Coming Around? Attendance and Sales Boom at FOG and Untitled San Francisco Oscar Murillo, Fischli/Weiss, and Ron Nagle were among the stand-out sellers at the bustling fair week. Eileen Kinsella, January 18, 2018 The Bay Area may is among the most closely watched art markets in the world right now, and expectations were running high as San Francisco’s fledgling art fair scene kicked into full swing this past weekend. FOG Design + Art, at Fort Mason,…Read More


December 08, 2017 Art Fairs, Press

Dana Sherwood in Surface

Will Work With Food By Kevin West Printed in December Issue Posted on December 08, 2017 Read on Surface. …Dana Sherwood stretches food-based identity to its furthest limit—as the defining activity of the species Homo sapiens—and keeps going. Inspired by 19th-century illustrated cooking encyclopedias, 1960s Jell-O molds, and the writing of Claude Levi-Strauss, the New York–based artist creates feasts not intended for human consumption. Instead, Sherwood composes her outdoor banquets, turns on a nighttime infrared surveillance camera, and heads inside….Read More


December 08, 2017 Art Fairs, Press

Dana Sherwood Named 10 Emerging Artists to Discover at Untitled, Miami Beach

10 Emerging Artists to Discover at Untitled, Miami Beach By Scott Indrisek Dec 5, 2017 Read on Artsy Untitled returned for its sixth edition in Miami on Tuesday, its stylish tent set up mere feet from the waves crashing onto South Beach. The fair continues to hone its status as a go-to stop for savvy collectors, especially those whose budget might max out at $10,000. Artsy hit the booths on preview day to scout the works that you’ll want to…Read More


November 30, 2016 Art Fairs, Press

Artsy’s “13 Best Booths at UNTITLED, Miami Beach”

“The 13 Best Booths at UNTITLED, Miami Beach” ARTSY EDITORIAL | BY MOLLY GOTTSCHALK | NOV 30TH, 2016 3:08 PM The fifth edition of UNTITLED, Miami Beach opened Tuesday, returning to its enviable spot on the shoreline of South Beach. The fair, which launches its inaugural San Francisco edition in January, is a perennial favorite among the satellites for its tight curation—and this edition, featuring 129 galleries from 20 countries, is perhaps its strongest yet. Below, we bring you 13 standout presentations, from a…Read More


December 12, 2015 Art Fairs, Press

Russell Tyler is Selected by Susan and Michael Hort from Miami

Read on Artspace. Susan and Michael Hort’s Picks From Miami Art Week 2015 By Artspace Editors Dec. 4, 2015 The dynamic collecting and philanthropic duo that is Susan and Michael Hortis back with more picks, from Miami’s annual Art Week. These paintings, many of them by younger artists, are must-sees at Art Basel Miami Beach,NADA Miami, and Untitled. Enjoy!   ART BASEL JANNIS VARELAS Krinzinger This is a killer painting that uses symbols that are very personal to the artist….Read More


August 12, 2015 Art Fairs, Press

Denny Gallery participation in START Art Fair in London Sept 9-13 covered in the International New York Times

Top-End Art Auctions Take New Digital Path By Scott Reyburn International New York Times August 10, 2015


March 20, 2015 Art Fairs, Press

Artforum highlights Brent Birnbaum’s SPRING/BREAK installation

Read on Artforum.  By Linda Yablonsky, March 6, 2015 Spring Forward WE HAD SOHO. We had the East Village. We have Chelsea and Williamsburg, Bushwick and Red Hook. What will become New York’s next art neighborhood? “I guess all of these artists live in the Bronx?” the actor Alan Alda surmised on Monday, during the cocktail hour for the Bronx Museum of Art’s annual benefit gala. We were far south of that borough, on the outer planet of the Conrad…Read More


March 19, 2015 Art Fairs, Press

Vernissage TV interviews Brent Birnbaum at SPRING/BREAK

Watch on Vernissage TV. Interview with Brent Birnbaum at Spring/Break Art Show 2015 By Enrico, March 13, 2015 For the fourth edition of the curator-driven art show Spring/Break in New York, Elizabeth Denny and Craig Poor Monteith have chosen to present the New York-based artist Brent Birnbaum. Birnbaum has created a mountain of eleven running treadmills. The belts were painted by the artist with color gradients, thus creating a kinetic work that combines sculpture with moving paintings. In this video,…Read More


March 19, 2015 Art Fairs, Press

Interview with Brent Birnbaum in the Huffington Post

Watch on Huffington Post. March 13, 2015 Artist Brent Birnbaum’s Mountain of Painted Treadmills (VIDEO) For the fourth edition of the curator-driven art show Spring/Break in New York, Elizabeth Denny and Craig Poor Monteith have chosen to present the New York-based artist Brent Birnbaum. Birnbaum has created a mountain of eleven running treadmills. The belts were painted by the artist with color gradients, thus creating a kinetic work that combines sculpture with moving paintings. In this video, Brent Birnbaum talks…Read More


March 06, 2015 Art Fairs, Press

Brent Birnbaum in SPRING/BREAK Featured on NY1

Watch on NY1. By Stephanie Simon, March 5, 2015


March 06, 2015 Art Fairs, Press

Hyperallergic Spotlights Brent Birnbaum and Amanda Valdez in SPRING/BREAK

Read on Hyperallergic.  By Allison Meier, March 4, 2015 Jam-Packed Spring/Break Art Show Pulls into Moynihan Station Brent Birnbaum’s installation of painted treadmills, curated by Elizabeth Denny & Craig Poor Monteith at the 2015 Spring/Break Art Show (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) In its fourth year, Spring/Break Art Show is temporarily transforming the disused offices of Moynihan Station into an art fair based on the theme of “transaction.” With more than 80 curators and over 100 artists, it’s more a series…Read More


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