Category: Press

September 22, 2022 Press

Amanda Valdez Acquired by the US Embassy in Guatemala City

Full Tanit (2018) by Amanda Valdez, produced at the New Roots Foundation in Guatemala, has entered the permanent collection of the US Embassy in Guatemala City; Art in Embassies, US Department of State.


September 22, 2022 Press

Future Retrieval Acquired by the Cincinnati Art Museum

After Kandler, Yellow Tureen (2020) by Future Retrieval was acquired by the Cincinnati Art Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio, following their expansive exhibition Close Parallel in 2021.


September 22, 2022 Press

Paula Wilson Acquired by the Colby College Museum of Art

Creatures of the Fire (2020) by Paula Wilson was acquired by the Colby College Museum of Art in Waterville, Maine, in anticipation of her upcoming two-person exhibition Ashley Bryan | Paula Wilson: Take the World Into Your Arms in 2023.


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


August 16, 2022 Events, Press

Dana Sherwood in The Days

Wild kingdom: Dana Sherwood’s Old Lyme show explores “Animal Appetites and Other Encounters in Wildness” August 16, 2022 12:38 pm By Kristina Dorsey Artist Dana Sherwood on the film set The Artists’ Bedroom Bestiary in Old Lyme in 2021. (Photo by Paul Mutino, Courtesy of the artist)   The bedroom sits on a lawn, as if torn away from a house, only two walls still standing. It looks like a film set, and it is. The green wallpaper is emblazoned…Read More

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August 10, 2022 Press

Sheida Soleimani in T-Magazine

Sheida Soleimani’s Art Is for the Birds The artist’s home and studio in Providence, R.I., is, among other things, a wildlife clinic. By Marisa Mazria-Katz Aug. 9, 2022 Sheida Soleimani speaks the language of birds, deftly contorting her lips and breath to recite lilting sounds with distinct avian fluency. As far as the Iranian American artist is concerned, it’s her second language after Farsi. “Before I could speak English, I used to listen to bird sounds on tape,” says Soleimani,…Read More

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August 03, 2022 Events, Press

Sean Fader in Los Angeles Review of Books

The Sublime Danielle Steel: For the Love of Supermarket Schlock August 3, 2022 By Dan Sinykin   Sean Fader, Sugar Daddy IN 1978, BILL GROSE, editor-in-chief at Dell, decided to make a star of a young author from San Francisco. Grose was a thumper of novelizations from popular film and television, a fan of media tie-ins, a man with his finger in the air to feel the direction of the wind. Dell, a mass-market house, had recently been acquired by…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


June 01, 2022 Events, Press

Home Truths: Sheida Soleimani’s Trenchant Tableaus

By Dr. Jordan Amirkhani   Portrait of Sheida Soleimani during the installation of her solo exhibition at Providence College Galleries as part of the “On The Wall” series. Photo by Mel Taing for Boston Art Review.   “The exile knows that in a secular and contingent world, homes are always provisional.[…] Seeing ‘the entire world as a foreign land’ makes possible originality of vision. Most people are principally aware of one culture, one setting, one home; exiles are aware of…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 13, 2022 Events, Press

Future Retrieval Reviewed in The Art Newspaper

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend From Ouattara Watts at Karma to Lydia Ourahmane at the SculptureCenter   Gabriella Angeleti and Benjamin Sutton 13  May2022   Future Retrieval, Adaptation, Slouch (2022). Courtesy Denny Dimin Gallery and the artist.   Future Retrieval: Crystal-Walled Seas Until 4 June at Denny Dimin Gallery, 39 Lispenard Street, Manhattan What if our lives could be as thoroughly designed and ordered as the interior of an aquarium? That seems to be the ideal…Read More


May 11, 2022 Events, Press

Information Wants to Be Free?

May 11, 2022 Curatorial Essay: Art and the Internet By Kristine Tan   ‘Information Wants To Be Free?: Art and the Internet’, 2022, installation view. Image courtesy of Quek Jia Liang (ADM Gallery).   ‘Information Wants To Be Free?: Art and the Internet‘ draws on the development of digital technology and networks to consider and critique the online information economy that governs our daily life. ‘Information wants to be free’ was an aphorism made by Stewart Brand, editor of the…Read More


May 09, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

What Sold at New York Art Week 2022

Justin Kamp        May 9, 2022   vanessa german Workhorse, 2021   The art world descended en masse upon Manhattan during the first week of May for the inaugural edition of New York Art Week, the far-reaching partnership between museums, galleries, art fairs, and auction houses focused on highlighting “an unprecedented offering of global art market events and institutional exhibitions,” according to the initiative’s website. The weeklong programming had at its heart a quartet of fairs scattered across…Read More

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May 09, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

Eight Bold Booths at NADA’s NYC Comeback

May 9, 2022 Widewalls Editorial   Art week is underway in NYC, with four fairs transpiring across Manhattan last week. New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) has held their NYC art fair’s post-pandemic return after a four year hiatus–a triumphant comeback that kicked off with a gorgeous spring day last Thursday, May 5th. NADA is “the definitive non-profit arts organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in contemporary art.” Member galleries from The Hole to The Pit…Read More

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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 05, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

At NADA, a Glorious Collision of Paintings and Ceramics

The New Art Dealers Alliance brings together more than 120 galleries and nonprofit organizations from 37 cities.   At NADA New York, on the wall, Abdolreza Aminlari, “Untitled (21.033)”; Dietmar Busse’s “Mother”; and Faye Wei Wei’s “The Lido Is a Ballroom With a Moon Mirrored Ceiling.” Front, Amber Rane Sibley’s “The Ones Who Win,” “Maternal Damnation,” and “Muliebral Canker” at Fierman+ Situations gallery. Jeenah Moon for The New York Times   By Martha Schwendener May 5, 2022 Two things can…Read More


May 05, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

The 5 Best Booths at NADA New York, from Off-Kilter Nature to Chaotic Digital Worlds

BY Shanti Escalante-De Mattei, May 5, 2022 NADA entrance SHANTI ESCALANTE/ARTNEWS   The 2022 edition of New Art Dealers Alliance marks the first time since 2018 that the fair has held an edition in New York. The fair is now back at Pier 36, the venue it once held before moving to its location on New York’s West Side. (It later lost that venue to Google, which bought it in 2018.) “Even securing this space was tough,” said Heather Hubbs,…Read More

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