Category: Press

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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May 04, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

NADA Returns to New York City for its 8th Edition

By Pearl Fontaine May 4, 2022   The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) returns to New York City for its 8th edition, which will be open at Pier 36 from May 5—8. Here, fairgoers will find exhibitions from 120 international presenters, along with a program featuring conversations, performances, and other events.   Sheida Soleimani, “Cloud Busting,” 2022, 40 x 30 in, archival pigment print; courtesy of the artist and Denny Dimin Gallery.   Highlights to look out for in the…Read More

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May 02, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

Your Ultimate Guide to NYC’s May Art Fairs

NADA New York   A useful guide to the fairs and exhibitions of interest opening in the city this month.   by Cassie Packard May 2, 2022   Amber Rane Sibley, “Generous Helping #3” (2021), ceramic, 13 x 10 x 6 in (image courtesy the artist and FIERMAN, NY)   When: May 5–8 Where: Pier 36 (299 South Street, Lower East Side, Manhattan) After a three-year hiatus, New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) has returned to New York with 120 exhibitors,…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 29, 2022 Press

Ann Shelton in Flora Photographica

Ann Shelton’s series ‘janes says’ included in ‘Flora Photographica: Masterworks of Contemporary Flower Photography’! Available now for pre-order. As part of the release Shelton will join a panel with Photo London of museologist, curator and lecturer Danaé Panchaud,, and photographers Abelardo Morell, and Elaine Duigenan. Panel Details: Photo London – Flora Photographica showcase May 2, 2022 Zoom at 6 PM, London time (BST) “Vivid, colorful, and spectacular: a lush and definitive overview showcasing the masterworks of flower photography by the…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 30, 2022 Events, Press

Stephen Thorpe in Surface Magazine

A Resplendent Rendering of Stephen Thorpe’s Interiority   By layering visuals of ornate rugs and lush wallpaper into an architectural corner, the British painter reveals the dualities and rhythms of his own introspection.   BY RYAN WADDOUPS March 30, 2022     Here, we ask an artist to frame the essential details behind one of their latest works. Bio: Stephen Thorpe, 40, Atlanta (@stephenthorpe15) Title of work: Boundaries of the Soul. Where to see it: Denny Dimin Gallery (39 Lispenard…Read More


March 25, 2022 Events, Press

Stephen Thorpe Reviewed in The Art Newspaper

Five New York shows explore the pandemic’s effects two years after the city’s first Covid-19 lockdowns From Renate Aller’s touching photos of sidewalk gatherings to Uuriintuya Dagvasambuu’s vaccine-inspired Mongol Zurag paintings, artists are reflecting on the darkest days of the initial outbreak Annabel Keenan 25 March 2022 As New York passed the second anniversary of the initial Covid-19 lockdowns, galleries and museums throughout the city opened shows exploring how the pandemic has affected everyday life. Touching on themes of isolation,…Read More


March 23, 2022 Events, Press

Denny Dimin Gallery in the Prestige

New Art Galleries To Visit Right Now in Hong Kong BY SAKINA ABIDI 23 MAR 2022   We make the rounds of Hong Kong’s newest art gallery openings and locations, and find out what to expect from each.   New Art Galleries To Visit Now Denny Dimin Gallery   I am invincible…on the screen/ False motion by Lau Wa on display at the Lunarian group exhibition at Denny Dimin Gallery   Denny Dimin Gallery was founded by Elizabeth Denny in…Read More

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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


March 23, 2022 Press

Stephen Thorpe: Boundaries of the Soul Reviewed in The New Yorker

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March 22, 2022 Press

Amir H. Fallah in Common Practice: Basketball and Contemporary Art

The first, comprehensive, illustrated publication to explore the relationship between basketball and contemporary art.   From David Hammons’ Higher Goals and Robert Indiana’s Mecca Floor to the more recent works of Nina Chanel Abney and Titus Kaphar, basketball has proven an especially popular sport in art. Whether in the depiction of players, abstract use of motifs, or as a means of examining social inequality and political justice, this collection takes readers on a journey to understand the game of basketball,…Read More


March 04, 2022 Events, Press

“Portal To The East” by Amir H. Fallah Acquired by the Birmingham Museum of Art

  Amir H. Fallah, Portal to the East, 2016. Acrylic and colored pencil on panel. 36 x 26 in/91 x 66 cm.   “Portal To The East” by Amir H. Fallah has joined the permanent collection at the Birmingham Museum of Art as a gift of Jack and Rebecca Drake. The Birmingham Museum of Art (BMA), founded in 1951, houses a diverse collection of more than 27,000 paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, and decorative arts dating from ancient to modern times….Read More


February 21, 2022 Events, Press

Jessie Edelman Interviewed by Sara Roffino for BOMB

Creating Worlds: Jessie Edelman Interviewed by Sara Roffino Paintings that aim to facilitate daydreams. Feb 21, 2022 Jessie Edelman, Irises, 2021, oil on canvas, 78 × 96 inches. Look once and you see a beautiful landscape. Look longer and that landscape unfolds into a psychological state. And if you continue looking, you may find yourself within a story, perhaps your own, perhaps not. Or perhaps it’s the sort of story that is both your own and everyone else’s too—longing for…Read More

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February 21, 2022 Events, Press

Denny Dimin Gallery HK on the South China Morning Post

  Enid Tsui Published: 5:15 pm, 21 Feb, 2022 Conceptual art the focus of couple’s new gallery in Hong Kong, particularly the works of women and queer artists   ‘We were fed up with the status quo,’ says Willem Molesworth of his and Ysabelle Cheung’s decision to open their own art gallery in Causeway Bay Meanwhile, Rossi & Rossi gallery is back in Wong Chuk Hang, alongside the new Hong Kong branch of New York’s Denny Dimin Gallery   Two…Read More


February 09, 2022 Press

Ann Shelton – The Winner of the Highly Commended Book

Aotearoa Photobook Award 2022 finalists   Award judges, Athol McCredie, Claire Mabey and Neil Pardington choose these 10 books as finalists of Aotearoa Photobook Awards. The three equal winners, and those highly commended, will be announced on March 4th. The finalists will be displayed at the Photobook/NZ festival in August 2022, and at the Australian Photobook of the Year Awards. mother lode Photographer: Ann Shelton Publisher: Bad News Books Designer: Duncan Munro Digital drawings: Ann Shelton and Duncan Munro Text:…Read More


January 27, 2022 Press

Jessie Edelman Reviewed in The New York Times

What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries Right Now   Want to see new art this weekend? Start in TriBeCa with Jessie Edelman’s lush, patterned paintings. Then head to NoLIta for satiny installations by the performance artist Colette Lumiere. And don’t miss John Seal’s photorealistic paintings and Shane Darwent’s black vinyl awnings thought double as minimal sculptures.   Newly Reviewed TRIBECA Jessie Edelman Through Feb. 26. Denny Dimin Gallery, 39 Lispenard Street, Manhattan. 212-226-6537; dennydimingallery.com. Jessie Edelman’s painting “Candlesticks” (2021) in her…Read More


January 15, 2022 Press

Ann Shelton featured in The Homestyle Magazine

For Photographer Ann Shelton, the Japanese Art of Floral Arranging is a Medium for Messages.     Pōneke/Wellington-based photographer Ann Shelton’s personal ikebana-inspired revival has resulted in some astonishingly beautiful works. Like all good images, they can be appreciated in and of themselves, but there is an interesting story behind them. One chilly morning, a taxi driver and I negotiate our way into the hills beyond Wadestown to Wilton, where Ann lives with her designer/art director partner Duncan Munro in…Read More


January 07, 2022 Press

Jeremy Couillard’s Nomination by the Independent Games Festival

  This year’s nominees were selected from a list of over 400 entries, thanks to the hard work of our expert juries in each individual category (more on them here and here)—who chose the finalists after playing, discussing, and meticulously evaluating each of the games in consideration. Independent Games Festival Ceremony: March 23, 2022 Here is Jeremy Couillard’s list of finalists for each category of the 2022 IGF Awards, along with “honorable mentions”:   EXCELLENCE IN VISUAL ART Fuzz Dungeon (Jeremy Couillard)   NUOVO AWARD…Read More


January 04, 2022 Press

Jessie Edelman: Getaway featured in Artnet Editors’ Picks

Editors’ Picks: 9 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From Etel Adnan’s Final Paintings to Surrealist Art From Beyond Europe Plus, check out gallery openings for Jessie Edelman and Howard Smith, and a show of works by Black artists from the American South. Artnet News, January 4, 2022 Saturday, January 8–Saturday, February 26 Jessie Edelman, Early Evening (2021). 5. “Jessie Edelman: Getaway” at Denny Dimin Gallery, New York After nearly two years of limited travel, Jessie Edelman has turned…Read More

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January 01, 2022 Press

Katie Alice Fitz Gerald Interviewed on Curated Par

KATIE ALICE FITZ GERALD Photo: Katie Alice Fitz Gerald © 2021 11/26/2021 ON GENDER AND IDENTITY Katie Alice Fitz Gerald is a Gallerist, Curator and Writer. She has been a partner of Denny Dimin Gallery since it opened in New York in 2013 and will be Director of Denny Dimin Gallery, Hong Kong which will open in Wong Chuk Hang, in January 2022. Since her Masters at Goldsmiths, studying queer theory and performance, Katie Alice has fostered a special interest…Read More

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December 23, 2021 Press

“Fringe” in The New Yorker Year End Review

The pandemic is ongoing and confusion persists—and I’m not talking about the Omicron variant. You can’t discuss art in 2021 without mentioning N.F.T.s. Non-fungible tokens stormed the gates of the contemporary-art establishment in March, when Beeple, the nom de keyboard of the digital artist Mike Winkelmann, sold a crypto-art work at Christie’s for more than sixty-nine million dollars. As to the calibre of Beeple’s art, based on my admittedly cursory viewing, I’d say that it’s aptly described in his Instagram bio as…Read More


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