March 20, 2019 Press

Denny Dimin Gallery Hong Kong in ARTNews

Denny Dimin Gallery, which maintains a space on New York’s Lower East Side, will open a Hong Kong outpost on March 29. The inaugural exhibition at the enterprise’s first location outside New York will showcase new work by Erin O’Keefe and Matt Mignanelli. The gallery’s Hong Kong space will be housed in a residential building in the city’s Mid-Levels neighborhood, and Katie Alice Fitz Gerald, a founding partner of the gallery, will serve as its curator. According to a release, Denny Dimin…Read More

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January 31, 2019 Art Fairs, Artists, Press

Jessie Edelman at UNTITLED SF in Naver Design

UNTITLED ART. As the name suggests, the fair has emerged to reject a typical art fair and offer a new alternative to the art market. Is there not only a few successful galleries and star artists in the global market? Untitled Art is motivated by the opportunity to provide equal opportunities to artworks that resist them. Providing priority participation opportunities to nonprofit art institutions and galleries operated by artists. Thanks to that, you can see works like pearls in the…Read More

January 25, 2019 Press

Denny Dimin Gallery Moves to New Space in Tribeca

Denny Dimin Gallery, which has been located on New York’s Lower East Side since 2013, is moving to a new space in Tribeca this spring. The new site, at 39 Lispenard, will be down the street from the future homes of Andrew Kreps Gallery and Canada, who are leaving Chelsea and the L.E.S., respectively for the area. “It’s been really scary and sad in the Lower East Side for the past couple of years,” Robert Dimin told ARTnews. “Everyone’s either leaving or closing. Although…Read More

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January 21, 2019 Art Fairs, Press

Denny Dimin Gallery at UNTITLED SF in The Art Newspaper

Art dealers are still plumbing the depths of the West Coast’s murky art market waters, but California’s Bay Area is home to an increasingly strong collector base driven by powerful local art advisors and buoyed by institutional efforts to cultivate the art scene across commercial and nonprofit sectors. That was more or less the consensus from new and returning dealers alike at the FOG Art + Design and Untitled Art fairs in San Francisco this past weekend (17-20 January), many…Read More

January 18, 2019 Art Fairs, Press

Denny Dimin Gallery at UNTITLED SF in ARTNews

As San Francisco weathered two very minor earthquakes and braced against voracious rain that forecasters had classified as an “atmospheric river,” two art fairs in the city—FOG Design+Art and Untitled—went about their business of opening with nothing but signs of positivity in sight. The older, more established FOG and the newer upstart Untitled (a West Coast satellite of a fair initiated in Miami) offered different vibes but together courted collectors and curiosity-seekers to a Bay Area art scene that rose…Read More

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December 19, 2018 Press

Amanda Valdez Reviewed in Less Than Half

I left my conversation with Amanda Valdez carrying with me a modest list of book recommendations ranging in subject from myths of the moon to a material history of the United States. That I had such a list came as no surprise, as I had frequently heard Valdez described in various articles as a “research-based artist.” Being a research-based artist, however, does not mean that she is a didactic artist, intent on teaching us something with her work. “I don’t…Read More

December 07, 2018 Art Fairs, Press

Erin O’Keefe at UNTITLED Miami in Artsy

Back on the beach, UNTITLED featured a relatively breezy scene. Denny Dimin Gallery, however, was blissfully busy. The gallery reported selling around 30 works by artist Erin O’Keefe by Friday morning—all close-up photographs of brightly painted objects that resemble paintings at first glance. At the booth, Elizabeth Denny and Robert Dimin attempted to count exactly how many pieces they’d sold: one to the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College, one to the Cleveland Clinic, and two to trustees at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and the Wadsworth Atheneum….Read More

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December 05, 2018 Press

Robert Dimin in The Art Newspaper

“Our industry is being watched with greater diligence.”  -ROBERT DIMIN OF NEW YORK’S DENNY DIMIN GALLERY Robert Dimin of the New York-based Denny Dimin gallery, which is showing at Untitled Art, Miami this year, says he sought counsel from an accountant and lawyer ahead of the fair, in light of the recent legislation. “Our industry is being watched with greater diligence,” Dimin says. “As a young gallery, even a small mistake could send us into a spiral with legal problems.”…Read More

November 29, 2018 Press

Dana Sherwood in The New York Times Style Magazine

IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, 16 raw yolks sit in a plastic ice-cube tray, each compartment brimming with albumen. Around the tray lie broken eggshells, cast off on a dimensionless blue surface. As a composition, it’s simple and striking, with saturated Jolly Rancher colors, the kind of image that pops on Instagram. But it doesn’t tell the story we’ve come to expect from food photographs that dominate social media: There’s no teasing promise of deliciousness or even edibility. The yolks are sunshine-yellow…Read More

November 02, 2018 Press

Muse Catalog Available Now

The catalog for Jessie Edelman’s solo exhibition Muse is now available for purchase. It includes a review of the show by Michelle Grabner, along with images of all the works in this collection. It is thirty-six pages in total, and ten by eight inches.

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October 26, 2018 Press

Amanda Valdez Featured in Galerie

Meet Amanda Valdez, the young talent who recently caught Galerie‘s eye with her vivid textile paintings at Denny Dimin Gallery. Though her studio is in Brooklyn, Valdez has worked around the globe carrying on the traditions of her feminist role models. Curious to learn more about her work, Galerie recently engaged Valdez in a Q&A. Here are the three standout qualities that are keeping her on our radar. 1. Her work builds on that of her feminist role models. Valdez is inspired by the progress…Read More

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October 19, 2018 Press

Jessie Edelman Reviewed in Untitled-Magazine

Portraiture also found a home at the Lower East Side’s Art Week. Two artists, represented in two different galleries, have unique takes on the subject. Jessie Edelman’s Muse exhibition at the Denny Dimin Gallery seeks a disidentification of the figures she paints. In this, she wants her floating graphic figures with organic contoured outlines to disrupt specifity and embrace ecumenical power. Each figure is a muse, meant to rework symbolic, iconic and allegorical meanings: an ambitious task in a society that craves literal…Read More

October 18, 2018 Press

Jessie Edelman in i-D

This enchanting solo exhibition, Muse, by Jessie Edelman presents large scale, brightly colored paintings, all done in accordance with the golden ratio. Edelman asks us, who is the muse? In her presentation of nine lush goddesses, Edelman turns the idea of the passive muse on it’s head — reimagining the muse as the ultimate artist — and reinventing her in the 21st century.

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October 17, 2018 Press

Jessie Edelman in ArtForum

Twenty-four galleries on the Lower East Side in Manhattan have teamed up to launch the inaugural L.E.S Art Week, taking place from October 17 to October 21. Among the galleries participating are Brennan & Griffin, Foley Gallery, James Cohan, and Thierry Goldberg. Organized by Lesley Heller, founder of the eponymous gallery at 54 Orchard Street, and Bart Keijsers Koning, co-owner of LMAKgallery at 298 Grand Street, the event aims to boost gallery attendance and present programming—artist talks, tours, performances, and panel discussions—that will expand…Read More

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October 15, 2018 Press

Jessie Edelman in Elephant

Jessie Edelman, Muse at Denny Dimin Gallery Wisconsin-born, Brooklyn-based artist Jessie Edelman has created a new series of paintings that form a “pantheon” of nine muses based on goddesses from ancient Greek mythology. Edelman’s images aim to subvert the ongoing understanding of a muse as an object of beauty and passivity, and instead imagine the muse as artist. These nine characters feature throughout the paintings as dynamic, creative narrators of their own stories, rather than inspirations for others—“reclaiming” the muse and…Read More

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October 08, 2018 Press

Michael Mandiberg in the New York Times

In 2001, another American artist, Michael Mandiberg, scanned the same Evans images that Levine had used and made them publicly available as online downloads, each accompanied by a “Certificate of Authenticity” attesting to authorship: Mandiberg’s.

October 03, 2018 Press

Amanda Valdez reviewed in Brooklyn Rail

By Grant Klarich Johnson In Amanda Valdez’s First Might, passages of quilting, oil painting, and embroidery floss combine to create canvases in which craft and art’s textures synthetically blend. This pastiche mode arrives in the highly tactile surfaces of large works like my sister (2018), featuring pinwheel-patterned, quilted borders that frame an image of a monumental vase rendered out of luscious swaths of Kelly green and emerald embroidery floss, balanced beside blocks of solid slate grey paint. In Lover’s Link…Read More

October 01, 2018 Artists, Outside Exhibitions

Paula Wilson exhibition opened at Smack Mellon on Saturday

Paula Wilson’s exhibition, Spread Wild: Pleasures of the Yucca, opened on Saturday at Smack Mellon in Brooklyn, and will be on view through November 4. Please join us at Smack Mellon on Thursday, October 4, 6:30 – 8 p.m. for an artist talk! Smack Mellon is located at 92 Plymouth St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

October 01, 2018 Artists

Amir H. Fallah Awarded Northern Trust Purchase Prize at EXPO Chicago

Amir H. Fallah’s was awarded the Northern Trust Purchase Prize at EXPO Chicago, where he was exhibiting with Shulamit Nazarian Gallery, on September 28, 2018. A long-time supporter of arts and culture and presenting sponsor of EXPO CHICAGO, Northern Trust will donated one work of art (Calling on the Past by Amir H. Fallah) to the Smart’s permanent collection. The Smart will select the piece from the exposition’s EXPOSURE section, curated by Justine Ludwig (Executive Director, Creative Time) and featuring solo and two-artist presentations represented by galleries eight years and younger.

September 12, 2018 Press

Amanda Valdez Featured by ARTNews

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Today’s show: “Amanda Valdez: First Might” is on view at Denny Dimin Gallery in New York through Saturday, October 14. The solo exhibition is the artist’s third with the gallery, which recently changed its name from Denny Gallery.

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August 25, 2018 Press

Future Retrieval in show reviewed in LA Times

Review: Humor and human clay meld in ‘The Incongruous Body’ at AMOCA If there was any question about the connection between the material of the self — human clay — and the stuff of sculpture, Robert Arneson’s 1988 work on paper, “Head Wedged,” makes the relationship clear. The ferociously funny Funkmeister renders himself in terracotta hues, scrunching his chin with one hand and reaching his opposite arm overhead to press against his temple. He’s doing to himself what ceramic artists…Read More

July 21, 2018 Press

Matt Mignanelli Interviewed by Abstract Magazine

Tell us a little about yourself, where did your passion for art begin and how did it become your work? My passion for art began as a child and has been a lifelong pursuit. The painting has always fascinated me and continues to engage me endlessly. Not only is it a language for me to communicate, it’s how I continue to explore life. For me, the pursuit of painting is all-consuming, so it was a natural path that it became…Read More

July 11, 2018 Press

Emily Noelle Lambert Featured in ArtMaze Magazine

Life, death, growth, beauty and destruction. I want to capture it all in my paintings and sculptures. Currently working on an installation bringing all of this into one. It is an art/life journey. I bring this search into my process – the search is the process. Exuberance towards color and materiality in the face of all gets in the way. I move between figuration, abstraction, and landscape as I believe that is how the vehicle of the mind and body…Read More

June 30, 2018 Outside Exhibitions

Amir H. Fallah Exhibiting at MOCA Tucson

The Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson (MOCA Tucson) is pleased to present Blessed Be: Mysticism, Spirituality, and the Occult in Contemporary Art, a curated exhibition by Ginger Shulick Porcella exploring religion, ritual, cult mentality, and the human impulse to belong and participate, as viewed through the lens of cultural production. This exhibition examines the relationship between “cult” and “culture” and how the museum space, like sites of worship, are places for sustained, concentrated attention and contemplation. Blessed Be links spiritual practice to artistic…Read More

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