September 11, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in Wallpaper Magazine

There’s more to Erin O’Keefe’s still lifes than meets the eye PEI-RU KEH 11 SEP 2019 A bright and vibrant colour palette doesn’t often figure into the oeuvre of a trained architect, but for the artist Erin O’Keefe, who not only studied architecture but has taught it as well, the power of colour couldn’t play a bigger role in how she perceives space. ‘I taught for 23 years as an architectural professor and as part of that, I was teaching…Read More

September 04, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in Sight Unseen

A New Body of Work By Erin O’Keefe Asks What Makes a Space “Real” by Jill Singer The artist Erin O’Keefe — whose work we’ve been continuously sharing since 2014 — has a solo show opening this week at Denny Dimin Gallery in New York. While her work has remained fixated on a single subject during that time — how to manipulate space and our perception of it — the ways in which she interprets that subject seem to be almost infinite. In her photographs, she builds still lifes from painted wood blocks…Read More

September 03, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in artnet news

21 Gallery Shows You Won’t Want to Miss in New York This Fall, From Amy Sherald’s Star Turn to a Historic Cuban Artist’s US Debut Here’s a taste of what’s opening this season in the Big Apple. Caroline Goldstein & Sarah Cascone, September 3, 2019 It’s that time of year again… back to school, back to work, and back to the galleries. With so many venues, it can be daunting to try to figure out what’s worth your time and Instagram attention. So…Read More

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August 29, 2019 Press

Denny Dimin in Galerie Magazine

Tribeca Emerges as New Hub for Galleries James Cohan, CANADA, Monica King Contemporary, kaufmann repetto and Andrew Kreps Gallery open new spaces with exciting exhibitions in September By Paul Laster With five new gallery spaces opening in Tribeca on September 6, two others joining the neighborhood this past summer, and at least three more rumored to be putting down stakes next year, the Triangle Below Canal Street has emerged as New York’s hottest destination for art. The phenomenal success of…Read More

August 28, 2019 Artists, Press

Justine Hill Interviewed in Abstract Room

JUSTINE HILL Interview by Frédéric Caillard, February 2019   When did you start to work with shaped panels? I started doing the cut-outs shapes and building my own panels almost four years ago now. But to me the works I was making before were the same, except they were rectangular. They also were abstract landscapes that talked about space, shapes and colors. So you did not think that transition was an important step at the time? I felt like it…Read More

August 23, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in Interior Design Magazine

Three Exhibitions to Look Forward to This Fall in New York and Wisconsin By Annie Block Three exhibitions featuring feathers, textiles, and pigment prints open in New York and Wisconsin this fall. “Lenore Tawney: Mirror of the Universe” at John Michael Kohler Arts Center Photography by Rich Maciejewski/courtesy of the Lenore G. Tawney Foundation, New York, and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.   The John Michael Kohler Arts Center, a nonprofit museum in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, pro­motes the work of self-taught and contemporary…Read More

July 30, 2019 Artists, Press

Michael Mandiberg in Artsy

Watch an Artist Paint Every Assistant They’ve Ever Had By: Casey Lesser, Jul 30, 2019 Michael Mandiberg, Live Study , 2019. Courtesy of the artist. A lone painter agonizes over a canvas, working into the wee hours of the night. Such mythologized visions of artists have been widely popularized, but hardly reflect reality. In truth, many artists, particularly those at the top of their game, work like any other highly skilled professionals, with defined work hours, methodical processes, and the support of assistants….Read More

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July 16, 2019 Artists, Press

Dana Sherwood in The New York Times

Food Is Part of the Fun at Storm King By: Florence Fabricant, July 16, 2019 “Mark Dion: Follies,” a show at Storm King Art Center, is a series of small structures and sheds. Food and eating figure into some of the whimsical interactive works by the American artist Mark Dion that now dot the Storm King Art Center’s more than 500 acres and museum in the Hudson Valley. Called follies, they’re small structures and sheds that the visitor can enter or peer…Read More

July 09, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe NYFA Fellowship Announcement

Introducing | NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship Program Recipients and Finalists NYFA has awarded $661,000 to 98 New York State artists working in the categories of Architecture/Environmental Structures/Design, Choreography, Music/Sound, Photography, and Playwriting/Screenwriting. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) has announced the recipients and finalists of the NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship Program, which it has administered for the past 33 years with leadership support from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA). The organization has awarded a total of $661,000 to 98…Read More

July 02, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in It’s Nice That

Erin O’Keefe continues to trick the eye with her bewildering photography By: Ayla Angelos, July 2, 2019 Erin O’Keefe is no stranger to It’s Nice That. She first graced our screens in 2014 and again in 2015 – like magpies we were instantly drawn to the bright colours and structural geometry that features throughout her work. And now she returns with her latest series, Built Work. But don’t be fooled – these aren’t paintings. The New York-based photographer and former architect majestically…Read More

June 27, 2019 Press

Denny Dimin Gallery in The Art Newspaper

‘You can’t do this by yourself’: in a lean market, New York’s smaller galleries stick together Younger dealers share experiences and expertise to survive the middle-market squeeze By: Tess Thackara, June 27, 2019 As the dominance of mega galleries rises, New York’s younger dealers say camaraderie and mentorship will be key to surviving the middle-market squeeze. With Chelsea growing increasingly expensive, Tribeca has seen a recent influx of galleries, joining stalwarts such as Andrew Kreps and Postmasters, and newcomers are…Read More

June 26, 2019 Artists, Press

Jeremy Couillard in Rhizome

Glitches in the Simulation The Phillips x Daata artist commissions By Michael Connor Jun 26, 2019 In Jeremy Couillard’s HOTR Home Furnishing, an IKEA-like warehouse store serves as a re-education camp for billionaires following the Earth‘s salvation at the hands of aliens. As a necessary condition of the transition to a more equitable and climate-friendly society, the aliens are attempting to retrain the billionaires of the old world to perform humble and useful tasks—specifically, to assemble prefab furniture. This work, along…Read More

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June 26, 2019 Artists, Press

Erin O’Keefe in artnet news

5 Artists Whose Instagram Accounts Are Just as Vivid, Colorful, and Bold as Their Artworks Take a look at how these top artists are documenting their works on social media. By: Nora Brara, June 26, 2019 Artists and Instagram: has there ever been a better pairing? It’s almost like the photo-sharing service was designed for creators to show off their wares. And not only that: Instagram also allows outsiders to get behind-the-scenes access to studios, works in progress, cultural inspirations, and the…Read More

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June 16, 2019 Artists, Press

Paula Wilson in Albuquerque Journal

516 shows spotlight transplanted viewpoints By: Kathleen Roberts, June 16, 2019 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Two New Mexico artists thread inspiration from the state’s high desert terrain through seemingly opposite styles. Paula Wilson’s print world entangles silhouetted figures with fantasy landscapes. Mira Burack’s collages evoke roiling suns and water droplets created from textiles. 516 ARTS is hosting both women in solo shows opening on Saturday, June 22. The art will hang through Aug. 31. Wilson grew up in Chicago and earned…Read More

May 28, 2019 Artists, Press

Amanda Valdez in the Los Angeles Times

Amanda Valdez’s art: part painting, part quilt, 100% fun By: David Pagel, May 28, 2019 Like painters everywhere, Amanda Valdez applies paint to canvases that have been stretched over sturdy supports. But that’s just the start. She adds hand-dyed and commercially printed fabrics to her works — sometimes stitching blob-shaped sections to canvas, other times cutting holes in the canvas and patching them with precisely measured sections of fabric, as if repairing torn trousers without wasting an inch of cloth….Read More

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May 20, 2019 Artists, Press

Jeremy Couillard and Brent Birnbaum in Bedford + Bowery

Art This Week: Extinct Fish and Playable Simulations … Seven Games / Sometimes to Deal With the Difficulty of Being Alive I Need to Believe There is a Possibility That Life Is Not Real Opening Thursday, May 23 at Denny Dimin Gallery, 6 pm to 8 pm. On view through June 30. The line between art and video games was blurred a long time ago, but the two shows opening at Denny Dimin Gallery this Thursday cast an even wider net,…Read More

May 17, 2019 Artists, Press

Ann Shelton in artnet news

This Artist Arranged Botanical Abortifacients Into Stunning Floral Designs for a Timely Show About a Woman’s Right to Control Her Fertility Ann Shelton uses a Japanese style of floral arrangement to craft beautiful photos of the herbs and flowers historically thought to induce miscarriages. By: Sarah Cascone, May 17, 2019 Ann Shelton’s brightly colored photographs of exquisite floral arrangements, on view now at New York’s Denny Dimin Gallery, aren’t just beautiful—they also carry a hidden meaning. Historically, all the flowers, herbs, seeds,…Read More

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May 17, 2019 Artists, Press

Ann Shelton in The Art Newspaper

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend Much of the work of the Harlem Renaissance artist Augusta Savage, who countered 20th-century stereotypes of African Americans through her sculptures of black figures in a classically inspired style, has sadly been lost. The New-York Historical Society redresses this with its show of 50 of Savage’s remaining works, Augusta Savage: Renaissance Woman (until 28 July), including a small version of her sculpture Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing (or, The Harp), made for the 1939 World’s…Read More

May 13, 2019 Artists, Press

Ann Shelton in Collector Daily

JTF (just the facts): A total of 10 large scale color photographs, framed in white and unmatted, and hung against white walls in the two room gallery space and the office area. All of the works are archival pigment prints, made between 2015 and 2019. Each is sized 44×33 inches and is available in an edition of 6. Comments/Context: At first glance, Ann Shelton’s floral still lifes look like any number of photographs we have all seen before. Elegantly controlled arrangements,…Read More

May 08, 2019 Artists, Press


New York, NY, May 8. Denny Dimin Gallery is pleased to announce our exclusive United States representation of New Zealand-based artist Ann Shelton. The artist’s solo exhibition jane says is on view in our new Tribeca location through May 19th, 2019.   Image: Ann Shelton, jane says, Denny Dimin Gallery, April 18 – May 19, 2019   Jane says, a solo exhibition by photographer Ann Shelton, is on view at Denny Dimin Gallery through May 19th, 2019. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition in the United States and follows…Read More

April 15, 2019 Artists, Press

Ann Shelton in Galerie Magazine

Editors’ Picks: 6 Great Art and Design Events This Week Alicja Kwade unveils a rooftop installation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum hosts its annual gala By: GALERIE Editors Here are Galerie’s picks of the must-see art and design events in New York this week, from the unveiling of Alicja Kwade’s rooftop installation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to the Brooklyn Museum’s annual gala. … 6. Ann Shelton: Jane Says Denny Dimin Gallery The gallery inaugurates…Read More

April 12, 2019 Art Fairs, Press

Amanda Valdez at the Dallas Art Fair in Galerie Magazine

The Dallas Art Fair kicked off last night with a VIP preview. Now in its 11th edition and with nearly 100 exhibitors, the fair opened with a colorful bang and welcomed international galleries including Blain|Southern, Lisson Gallery, and Sadie Coles, all of which were among the first-time exhibitors. At the Thursday morning preview, the fair revealed the artists who had been acquired by the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) through its annual acquisition fund. Now in its fourth year, the…Read More

April 01, 2019 Press

Denny Dimin Gallery Hong Kong in Artsy

The Artists Everyone Was Talking about during Art Basel in Hong Kong By: Alina Cohen, Apr 1, 2019 1:03pm Early last week, a well-heeled group of international gallerists and collectors infiltrated Central Hong Kong’s busy streets as Hong Kong Art Week kicked off. Before the seventh edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong commenced, a flurry of exhibitions opened in galleries across the city, including at some younger, hipper spaces, such as Empty and Blindspot, which have set up shop…Read More

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March 29, 2019 Artists, Press

Luke Diiorio & Elizabeth Denny in the Lawrenceville News

CLASSMATES CONNECT THROUGH ART   Elizabeth Denny and Luke Diiorio’s partnership is a story of how Lawrenceville connections emerge sometimes years after graduation. Both members of the Class of 2002, Diiorio’s paintings are currently on exhibition in Denny’s art gallery in New York City. The exhibition, titled “High Earth,” opened March 14 and runs through April 14. Diiorio’s first solo exhibition with the gallery features original paintings housed in an immersive installation. Denny opened her contemporary art gallery in 2013,…Read More

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