Category: Artists

September 07, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

Paula Wilson featured in Artnet Editors’ Picks

13 Buzzy Back-to-School Gallery Shows to See During Armory Week, From a Red-Hot Group Show to Rick Lowe’s Gagosian Debut It’s “back to school” for the art world—here’s a guide to the best openings on tap this week. Sarah Cascone, September 6, 2022   Paula Wilson with Mike Lagg, Earth Angel (2022). Courtesy of Denny Dimin Gallery, New York.   “Paula Wilson: Imago” at Denny Dimin Gallery Mixed-media artist Paula Wilson will transform Denny Dimin Gallery with her large-scale collages, tromp l’oeil assemblages,…Read More

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September 02, 2022 Artists, Press

Natalie Lo Lai Lai Interviewed by Hayley Wu Courtesy the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association

Natalie Lo Lai Lai (b. 1983, Hong Kong) has a distinct practice, using video installation as a means to interact with nature. She is a member of Sangwoodgoon, a farming collective started in 2010 by activists in Hong Kong who opposed the construction of a high-speed railway which would displace villagers and farmland. Lo’s practice is at once deeply connected to Sangwoodgoon while working beyond its context, using farming to think through alternatives to repressive governance and the relationships between…Read More


August 29, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

Paula Wilson featured in Hyperallergic

Plein Air Is a Sobering Reminder of Human Impact on the Environment From borderlands and elevations to ecology and isolation, curator Aurora Tang brings together artists who work deeply in their regional geographies.   by Thao Votang   Installation view of Plein Air at MOCA Tucson, 2022 (photo by Julius Schlosburg, courtesy MOCA Tucson)   TUCSON — By noon on a July day in Tucson, Arizona, it’s already 100 degrees and still climbing. Going to see an exhibition at the…Read More


July 08, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

Ann Shelton featured in The Art Paper

Ann Shelton, selfie (pale green rose), 2021, pigment print, 117 x 89 cm (framed), edition of 6 + 2 AP. Courtesy of the artist and Two Rooms   Ann Shelton: A flower, a maverick By Jo Bragg Purchase the Magazine Online.   The word “technology” is elastic, at times mean-ing an artefact an obdurate object—at others, an activity or process. This slippage of application presents opportunities to rethink contemporary and seemingly concrete historical categories. Wild and intangible, the flower, as…Read More


July 07, 2022 Artists, Press

Dana Sherwood On Yale University Radio

The Lives of the Artists: Dana Sherwood By Brainard Carey, July 7, 2022 Hosted by Praxis on Yale University Radio Listen to the Podcast   Dana Sherwood received her BFA from the University of Maine, Farmington. In 2022, Sherwood installed her first solo museum exhibition at Florence Griswold Museum, CT. Sherwood has exhibited in dOCUMENTA 13, Mass MoCA, Storm King Art Center, Nassau County Museum of Art, FluxFactory, Socrates Sculpture Park, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, and Marianne Boesky Gallery. Sherwood has…Read More


June 20, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

Michael Mandiberg on Camera Austria

By Duncan Forbes Purchase the Magazine Online.   In their film Postmodern Times (2017), Michael Mandiberg recre-ates Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times (1936) shot by shot using free-lancers employed via the digital labor platform Fiverr. Filmed in more than twenty-five countries and involving 182 actors, the result is a discordant and strangely compelling transformation of the orig-inal. The Tramp and his numerous global impersonators waddle in and out of the frame, bringing today’s digital factory into critical dialogue with the most famous…Read More


June 12, 2022 Artists, Press

Paula Wilson Reviewed in the Southwest Contemporary

Plein Air Challenges Assumptions and Aesthetics at MOCA Tucson By Lynn Trimble Lynn Trimble (she/her) is an award-winning writer based in Arizona whose work for regional and national publications ranges from arts reporting to arts criticism.   In Plein Air at MOCA Tucson, artists challenge norms in paintings, installations, and video works that confront the white gaze that privileges colonizer culture and systems of oppression.   Plein Air, installation view, 2022, Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson. Photo: Julius Schlosburg. Courtesy Museum…Read More


May 18, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

Amir H. Fallah on ArtTactic

Artist Amir H. Fallah joins advisor Adam Green the on ArtTactic Podcast. Fallah explains why he believes it is important for artists to openly discuss their experiences navigating the art world. He shares some guiding principles that help him manage several aspects of his career. Fallah discusses what it was like to not experience success immediately in his career, identifies qualities he looks for in a gallery, explains the importance of having relationships with his collectors and reveals how he…Read More

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May 17, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

‘Buying art is like meeting a new friend’: advisor Elizabeth Von Habsburg on her very personal approach to collecting

The managing director of the art appraisal and advisory firm the Winston Art Group discusses her latest buys and the best collecting advice she’s received Daniel Cassady 17 May 2022   Von Habsburg with a recent purchase: Stephen Thorpe’s A Mediation Between the Physical and Spiritual World (2022) Courtesy of Elizabeth Von Habsburg   One could be forgiven for thinking that being Austrian royalty is the most interesting thing about a person. But that is not the case with Elizabeth von Habsburg….Read More


May 06, 2022 Art Fairs, Artists, Events, Press

‘We’ve Seen a Huge Convergence’: NADA New York Dealers Are Catering to Collectors Who Want Both NFTs and Traditional Media

Gallerists say there’s more than enough space for everything. Annie Armstrong, May 6, 2022   It’s hard to believe, but it’s only been just over a year since Beeple’s explosive sale at Sotheby’s changed the genetic makeup of the art market as knew it. Over the course of that year, a split has emerged between those in the art world that embrace web3 with aplomb, and those that have been forced to make peace with its presence. That tension was…Read More

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May 06, 2022 Art Fairs, Artists, Events, Press

From NFT pets to a dystopian video game, digital art stands out at Nada New York 2022

The New Art Dealers Alliance’s fair returns to New York with a massive line-up of 120 exhibitors taking over Pier 36   The Art Newspaper 6 May 2022   Installation view of works by Jeremy Couillard and Stephen Thorpe at the Denny Dimin Gallery booth. Courtesy Denny Dimin Gallery.   Jeremy Couillard and Stephen Thorpe Denny Dimin, New York   The British painter Stephen Thorpe and the American digital artist Jeremy Couillard have collaborated to create an environment suggestive of…Read More


May 02, 2022 Art Fairs, Artists, Events, Press

New York Art Week kicks off a busy spring of fairs, auctions and more

The new week-long alignment starts the spring art season with a bang, including the returns of the Independent, Nada New York, Tefaf New York and the Future Art Fair Osman Can Yerebakan 2 May 2022   The new week-long alignment starts the spring art season with a bang, including the returns of the Independent, Nada New York, Tefaf New York and the Future Art Fair   Visitors to the 2018 edition of the Independent art fair Photo: Etienne Frossard. Courtesy…Read More


April 12, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

Amir H. Fallah in Tatler

How Revenge Shopping Inspired Artist Amir H. Fallah’s New Hong Kong Show Words by AAINA BHARGAVA | April 12, 2022   Revenge shopping and navigating a third-culture identity inform Amir Fallah’s first show in Hong Kong   As for many of us, the highlights of lockdown for artist Amir Fallah were mealtimes and receiving packages containing online shopping—the latter event so much so, it sparked the idea behind his first exhibition in Hong Kong, Joy as an Act of Resistance…Read More

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April 11, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

Amir H. Fallah in Culture Plus

YOUR CULTURAL EASTER By Emilie El Jaouhari # editor’s pick 11/04/22 Easter is around the corner! Why don’t you treat yourself with some meaningful, inspirational and colourful exhibitions and events? From Hong Kong talents like Andrew Luk, Corn Shuk Mei Ho, Law Yat Sun, Oscar to Iranian-born American painter Amir H. Fallah, Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama, French painter Jean Jullien, Japanese lacquer artist Mine Tanigawa, and South African-based photographer Roger Ballen, your Easter break will be a delight.   SELECTION OF EVENT  …Read More


March 23, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

Amir H. Fallah in The book “Why I Make Art”

  Introducing a fascinating compilation of interviews with artists from the archives of Sound & Vision, a podcast directed by American artist and educator Brian Alfred. Why I Make Art: Contemporary Artists’ Stories About Life and Work presents conversations recorded between 2016 and 2020—four tumultuous years in America and around the world. Why I Make Art offers readers an intimate, contemplative view from thirty remarkable creators with compelling stories, entertaining and thoughtful anecdotes, examining themes as varied as music and…Read More


November 10, 2021 Artists

Catalog for Michael Mandiberg: Timeframe

Published to coincide with the artist’s solo exhibition by the same name, Michael Mandiberg: Timeframe reviews two new bodies of work – Zoom Paintings and Live Study. The catalog includes essays by Christiane Paul, Curator of New Media Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art; danilo machado, poet and curator; and Michael Mandiberg. 10 x 7 inches/25 x 18 cm 102 pages Softcover Language: English Read the catalog online Visit exhibition website, Timeframe.

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August 18, 2021 Artists, Outside Exhibitions

Pamela Council’s Upcoming Public Project Announced by Artnet News

Artist Pamela Council Is Building a Joyous, Camp ‘Fountain for Survivors’ in Times Square The sculpture will feature close to 400,000 acrylic nails. Sarah Cascone, August 18, 2021 Pamela Council with the model for A Fountain for Survivors in Times Square, New York. Photo by Alex Webster courtesy of Times Square Arts. Artist Pamela Council is building their largest ever “Fountains for Black Joy” sculpture in New York City’s Times Square. The monumental structure will measure 18 feet tall and be…Read More

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August 18, 2021 Artists

Series of Major Announcements for Artist Pamela Council

Denny Dimin Gallery Announces Representation Solo exhibition Bury Me Loose  opens at Denny Dimin Gallery on September 10, 2021 Time Square Arts Announces Major Public Installation A Fountain for Survivors Denny Dimin Gallery is honored to announce the representation of artist Pamela Council. A solo exhibition by the artist, Bury Me Loose, will be on view at the New York location from September 10 to October 23, 2021. Times Square Arts will present Council’s immersive public art installation, A Fountain…Read More


November 21, 2020 Artists, Outside Exhibitions

Paula Wilson at Locust Projects

On High by Paula Wilson Locust Projects, Miami, FL November 21, 2020 – January 23, 2021 “Looking at this work now, in the current moment, it feels aspirational, linking past and the present, ushering in the potentials of the future.” – Paula Wilson On High at Locust Projects features Paula Wilson’s 2017 video Living Monument, a one-minute, two-channel video. On one screen is footage compiled from online sources of the confederate General Beauregard Equestrian Statue’s removal in New Orleans in…Read More


May 27, 2020 Artists, Press

Scott Anderson: Biotech Catalog

Please enjoy the digital catalog created for Scott Anderson’s exhibition “Biotech,” with essay by Sarah Diver. Return to Scott Anderson: Biotech.


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. By Jillian Steinhauer and Jason Farago April 9, 2020 ‘How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This?’ Ongoing; artatatimelikethis.com. The title of this online exhibition is a question I’ve been asking myself the last few weeks. A pandemic rages; people are dying — who cares about virtual viewing rooms? And yet, culture is sustaining…Read More


April 08, 2020 Artists, Press

Kennedy Yanko in ARTnews

Artist Kennedy Yanko Wants to Teach Your Children How to Make Art During Quarantine By Alex Greenberger 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.) But she had been at least…Read More

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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 By Rand Al Hadethi 07 April 2020 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…Read More


April 01, 2020 Artists, Press

Clarity Haynes in Artforum

Clarity Haynes DENNY DIMIN GALLERY 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.I see myself reflected in the luminous portraits of nonbinary, trans, and female torsos—fat, scarred, imperfect—by Clarity Haynes. But in her pictures, I don’t find shame or self-loathing—feelings I imagine those with nonnormative bodies, like…Read More

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