Category: Press

October 16, 2020 Press

Justine Hill Reviewed in The New York Times

Read on The New York Times 2 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now Justine Hill makes more with less in her multipart abstract paintings; Kevin Beasley mixes the political with the personal in “Reunion.” By Roberta Smith and Martha Schwendener Published Oct. 14, 2020Updated Oct. 16, 2020, 12:12 a.m. ET Justine Hill Through Oct. 31, Denny Dimin Gallery, 39 Lispenard Street, Manhattan; (212) 226-6537, dennydimingallery.com. Justine Hill’s bright, multipart paintings are good and good fun, but it has taken…Read More


October 06, 2020 Press

Future Retrieval in Vogue

A First Look at The Planter Show, an Exhibition That Proves the Playful Potential of Flower Pots By Lilian Ramzi | September 24, 2020 A thumbs-up, a Nike shoe, and more reimaginings of the planter. Photo: Courtesy of Fort Makers On the ground-floor corner of Manhattan’s Hester and Orchard Streets is a gallery with almost floor to ceiling windows that invite in the eyes of passersby. It’s an exhibition space belonging to Fort Makers Gallery, and as of this week,…Read More

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September 24, 2020 Press

Denny Dimin Gallery Artists in Starchitect Renzo Piano’s first NYC residential tower

Inside a $17 Million Residence in Starchitect Renzo Piano’s First NYC Residential Tower The interior design features some of Poltrona Frau’s greatest hits. BY HELENA MADDEN ON SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 Want to live in a building designed by a high-profile architect? The options have never been better in New York City—from Zaha Hadid and Álvaro Siza to Bjarke Ingels and Thomas Heatherwick. Not one to be lost in the “starchitect” shuffle, Renzo Piano’s 565 Broome has just unveiled its full-floor…Read More

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September 23, 2020 Press

Amir H. Fallah in The New York Times

Read on The New York Times Come to Vote, Stay for the Art In California, the Institute of Contemporary Art San José will open for voting, with a mural by Amir H. Fallah on display. By Carol Pogash Sept. 23, 2020 While many California museums are still shuttered because of the coronavirus, and others are opening slowly at limited capacity, the Institute of Contemporary Art San José has come up with an ingenious solution to open the museum, legally, for…Read More


September 23, 2020 Press

Justine Hill: Touch in Artnet News

On View Justine Hill’s New Show of Sculptural Paintings Is a Timely Homage to the Importance of Touch—See Images Here This is Hill’s third solo show at Denny Dimin gallery. Caroline Goldstein, September 23, 2020 “Justine Hill: Touch” Through October 31 at Denny Dimin Gallery What the gallery says: “Justine Hill’s work explores the boundaries of abstract painting with her unique approach to form and mark making. The works in the exhibition are a continuation of what she has styled…Read More

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September 18, 2020 Press

Stephen Thorpe in Home Journal

Read in Home Journal First Virtual Art Show by Denny Dimin Gallery Features Artworks Created During self-Isolation By: Jennifer Chan | September 18, 2020 Denny Dimin Gallery offers unique glimpse into an artist’s mind during self-isolation via virtual art show “Stephen ThorpeSpace Invaders”. The digital exhibition, staged by Denny Dimin Gallery from now until 31 Oct, showcases a host of emotionally-charged oil paintings by Hong Kong-based artist Stephen Thorpe, who found inspiration in self-isolation. Conceived amid the pandemic, the series…Read More


September 14, 2020 Press

Denny Dimin Gallery Artists Featured in Renzo Piano’s First NY Residential Tower

Poltrona Frau Unveils an Art-Filled Apartment in Renzo Piano’s First New York Residential Tower The storied Italian furniture maker collaborated with Tribeca’s Denny Dimin Gallery to feature works by ten contemporary artists BY GEOFFREY MONTES SEPTEMBER 14, 2020 Venerable Italian furniture maker Poltrona Frau has conceived an artful aerie in Renzo Piano’s 565 Broome SoHo, a new project comprising a pair of 30-story glass towers with 112 residences inside. While the famed architect, who helms Renzo Piano Building Workshop, has…Read More


September 08, 2020 Press

Rob Dimin quoted on Artnet News

‘What Is an Exhibition Without an Opening?’: New York City Galleries Kick Off a Surreal Fall Art Season Unlike Any Other From safety upgrades to ethical reflections, New York dealers are finding their way through the strangest fall ever. Tim Schneider & Eileen Kinsella, September 8, 2020 As Labor Day fades from view and September stretches its legs, New York City has completed a journey that perhaps no other metropolis in memory has ever traveled as quickly. Described in early…Read More


August 18, 2020 Press

Sean Fader in conversation with Jon Feinstein in Humble Arts Foundation

@Beefcake_Dragqueen #queer #instagay #instabear, 2020 © Sean Fader The Digital Limits of Queer Trauma and Celebration Sean Fader uses two photographic series to bookend a transformative two decades of LGBTQIA history through the lens of digital photography and its role in queer representation. A lot has changed since the first mass-market digital camera was released. Not just in the quality or accessibility of digital images, but how we think about image culture. How we think about selfies. How images are…Read More


July 14, 2020 Press

Sean Fader in British Journal of Photography

Sean Fader’s practice celebrates and interrogates digital technology Written by Marigold Warner Published on July 14, 2020 In his latest exhibition, Fader presents Best Lives — portraits made by and for the queer community — alongside a powerful digital installation that maps LGBTQ hate crimes in America “They’re like gigantic formal portraits of queer society,” says Sean Fader, guiding his laptop through Denny Dimin Gallery in New York City, where he is exhibiting three 4x5ft portraits in regal custom-designed frames….Read More


July 06, 2020 Press

Gallery Reopening Featured in the Observer

By Osman Can Yerebakan on July 6 The unspoken rule among New York galleries is that summer is reserved for group shows. Light-hearted themes, unexpected artist groupings, and early Friday closings await gallery hoppers who brave the scorched Chelsea sidewalks. Sandwiched between spring’s hectic art fair season and heavy-hitter solo shows of the fall, July and August bring a time of fallow for the gallery calendars and walls. After the drastic halt COVID-19 has imposed on the art world, this…Read More

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July 01, 2020 Press

Sean Fader in WWD

Sean Fader Explores a New Queer Narrative With ‘Thirst/Trap’ Exhibit at Denny Dimin Gallery The artist highlights queer representation in visual art and the lost history of LGBTQ violence from the late Nineties in a dual exhibition in New York. By Kristen Tauer on July 1, 2020 Last month, NYC Gay Pride celebrated the past 50 years of queer history, marking half a century since the Stonewall uprising carved a new movement forward for LBGTQ rights. In a new exhibition…Read More

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June 29, 2020 Press

Elizabeth Denny Interview on Mason Lane’s Blog

At Home with Elizabeth Denny by Katharine Earnhardt on June 29, 2020 As the pandemic rolls on, we’re feeling the die-hard need to lift each other up. More than ever, we want to support each other’s goals, celebrate individual passions, and share uplifting news around the world.  To do that, we’re furthering our series on Creatives and highlighting what people are doing to stay inspired, along with personal tidbits about their journey. These highlights will include art world professionals and…Read More


June 28, 2020 Press

“Hong Kong – Tales of the City” in Artomity Magazine

Hong Kong – Tales of the City written my Mimi Wong for Artomity – Hong Kong’s Art Magazine June 28, 2020 Denny Dimin Gallery & Videotage / New York / Mar 13 – May 2, 2020 / Mimi Wong / Even before the pandemic struck, the dystopian visions and reimagined histories presented in Hong Kong – Tales of the City felt extremely relevant and timely. Media works from nine artists belonging to Hong Kong’s oldest video collective address a range of vital issues,…Read More

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June 24, 2020 Press

Amir H. Fallah 2020 COLA Fellow

Congratulations to Amir H. Fallah for being selected as a 2020 City of Los Angeles (COLA) Individual Artist Fellowship awardee. The Fellows were selected by a panel comprising curators, educators, museum directors and past COLA Fellows. The fellowship provides each artist with $10,000 to produce a new body of work, which will be premiered at the COLA 2020 exhibition. Watch a video of Amir H. Fallah made as part of the virtual exhibition.  


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.


May 04, 2020 Press

Amir H. Fallah in Whitewall

Amir H. Fallah is Making Watercolors at Home with his Son by Katy Donoghue May 1, 2020 Were it not for the current global pandemic, Amir H. Fallah’s solo show of new paintings would be on view at Shulamit Nazarian in Los Angeles, CA, right now. His major museum exhibition “Scatter My Ashes on Foreign Lands” at Museum of Contemporary Art Tuscon was also cut short, after opening in January. Like so many artists, he’s had a number of projects…Read More

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April 24, 2020 Press

Robert Dimin in artnet news

Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at the Online Editions of the Dallas Art Fair, Art Basel Hong Kong, and David Zwirner’s ‘Platform’ We’ve adapted our art-fair sales column for our new virtual world. Eileen Kinsella, & Tim Schneider, April 23, 2020 Conventional wisdom has it that there is no such thing as “the art market”—only many mini-markets with overlapping clientele. But over the past two months, all of these markets have collapsed into one: the big convention center in…Read More

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April 23, 2020 Press

Scott Anderson in Artsy Editorial

5 Artists on our Radar Artsy Curatorial and Artsy Editorial Apr 22, 2020 “Artists on Our Radar” is a monthly series produced collaboratively by Artsy’s editorial and curatorial teams. Utilizing our editors’ art expertise and our curatorial team’s unique insights and access to Artsy data, each month, we highlight five artists who have our attention. To make our selections, we’ve determined which artists made an impact this past month, whether through online exhibitions, art fairs, viewing rooms, or sale inquiries…Read More

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April 15, 2020 Press

Robert Dimin in Artsy Editorial

Will Online Viewing Rooms Increase Price Transparency at Galleries? Alina Cohen Apr 15, 2020 1:01pm Courtesy of Frieze, Pace, Lisson Gallery, Garth Greenan Gallery and Allied Editions. As I’ve reported on art fairs over the past few years, I’ve become accustomed to a degree of caginess about pricing. Some gallerists decline to share dollar amounts or price ranges—sometimes they won’t even distribute checklists of artworks in their booths. So I was surprised to visit Art Basel in Hong Kong’s online viewing…Read More

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April 13, 2020 Press

“Hong Kong – Tales of the City” in Tatler

10 Hong Kong Exhibitions To See In April 2020—Online Or In Person   By Zabrina Lo and Oliver Giles April 13, 2020 We may be living in an age of social isolation, but art lovers can still get their hit this month with these Hong Kong exhibitions . . . Denny Dimin Gallery: Hong Kong: Tales of the City Ip Wai Lung, Qingdao Lotus Pond (2018). (Courtesy of Denny Dimin Gallery) New York-based gallery Denny Dimin is hosting an online…Read More

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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


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