April 06, 2013 Events, Installation Views

Opening Reception for Ole Martin Lund Bø: Foil on Sunday, April 7, 6-8 pm. Installation Views:


March 29, 2013 Press

DLK COLLECTION Reviews “Chronicle”

Read the review on the DLK COLLECTION BLOG. “… All in, there are nuggets of intriguing ideas worth following in each body of work here. For a young gallery still finding its way, it’s a promising photographic start.”


March 13, 2013 Press Releases

Ole Martin Lund Bø “Foil” runs from April 6 to May 12, 2013

Denny Gallery is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in the United States of Ole Martin Lund Bø, titled Foil and running from April 6 to May 12, 2013. Ole Martin Lund Bø (Norwegian, born 1973) has had solo exhibitions in Norway and Germany, and has exhibited in New York City periodically since he was in the International Studio & Curatorial Program in 2006-2007. He graduated from The Academy of Fine Arts in Bergen, Norway, in 2002. Lund Bø…Read More


February 24, 2013 Installation Views

Installation Views of “Chronicle” with Nadja Frank, Riitta Ikonen, Sarah Kabot and Jackie Mock


February 14, 2013 Press

Review of Amanda Valdez in Idiom, “A Sweet Tooth & Some Cavities” by Jeffrey Kirkwood

Link to read on Idiom. In a meditation on the ‘seductiveness’ of the big toe, Georges Bataille wrote in 1929 — “human life entails, in fact, the rage of seeing oneself as a back and forth movement from refuse to ideal, and from the ideal to refuse — a rage that is easily directed against an organ as base as the foot.” Against this caliginous member of Acéphal’s tendency to luxuriate in real abjection, Amanda Valdez’s finely executed assemblages discover the joyous excesses of…Read More


February 01, 2013 Press Releases

Chronicle runs from February 23 to March 30, 2013, featuring Artists Nadja Frank, Riitta Ikonen, Sarah Kabot and Jackie Mock

Denny Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition Chronicle, running from February 23rd to March 30th, 2013. Chronicle is a group exhibition with works by Nadja Frank, Riitta Ikonen, Sarah Kabot and Jackie Mock. The artists featured in Chronicle use their work to express the significance of their relationships to places they have traversed, people they have encountered, and the tools they have used to facilitate social exchange. This interdisciplinary exhibition includes photographs, sculptures, video artworks, and a site-specific installation….Read More


January 23, 2013 Press

Review of Amanda Valdez in Dossier

Link to read on Dossier Journal Amanda Valdez: Taste of Us An abstract painter is situated strangely in relation to the history of her medium. On the one hand, very little in a given work bears a direct and obvious connection to common social life – a situation that has always made interpreting an abstract painting uncomfortable. By definition, it cannot picture its theme, and this makes it seem too distant from the languages in which we usually express our…Read More


January 13, 2013 Installation Views

Installation Views of Amanda Valdez Taste of Us


December 21, 2012 Artists

ArtBridge Artist Profile: Amanda Valdez

ArtBridge Artist Profile: Amanda Valdez Video about how ArtBridge helped to launch Amanda Valdez’s career leading to her upcoming solo exhibition at Denny Gallery.


December 20, 2012 Press Releases

Inaugural Denny Gallery exhibition Amanda Valdez: Taste of Us will run 1.11.13 – 2.17.13

Elizabeth Denny is pleased to announce that Denny Gallery will open on Friday, January 11, 2013 with the inaugural exhibition Amanda Valdez: Taste of Us. Amanda Valdez makes colorful, multimedia works, populated by shapes that oscillate between representation and abstraction. The works have a very strong physicality, immediacy, and sense of embodiment. Various materials- embroidery, acrylic paint, fabric and canvas- are sewn together to become continuous, integral elements of the work. Sewn elements are not delicate, fabric and stitches do…Read More


July 03, 2012 Press

Nikolai Ishchuk in London Evening Standard “Meet the new SmartArtists”

Read on London Evening Standard A preview of the work of five young artists in Whitechapel Gallery’s relaunched London Open exhibition reveal a snapshot of contemporary art at its most cerebral in years, says Ben Luke.


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