January 01, 2018 Press

Denny Gallery in The New York Times

How Carter Cleveland, of Artsy, Spends His Sundays Sunday Routine By Shivani Vora Published: Dec. 29, 2017  | Printed: Sunday, December 31, 2018   The New York Times published on article on the life of Artsy’s founder Carter Cleveland, where he stops and visits Denny Gallery to view the work of Caris Reid. Read on The New York Times website.  View in paper.


December 19, 2017 Artists,Press

Michael Mandiberg’s Manifesto in Garage

Michael Mandiberg: My Manifesto View on Garage Dec 13 2017, 6:32pm New York artist Michael Mandiberg takes an organized approach to GARAGE’s My Manifesto series, employing project management app Trello.


December 08, 2017 Art Fairs,Press

Dana Sherwood in Surface

Will Work With Food By Kevin West Printed in December Issue Posted on December 08, 2017 Read on Surface. …Dana Sherwood stretches food-based identity to its furthest limit—as the defining activity of the species Homo sapiens—and keeps going. Inspired by 19th-century illustrated cooking encyclopedias, 1960s Jell-O molds, and the writing of Claude Levi-Strauss, the New York–based artist creates feasts not intended for human consumption. Instead, Sherwood composes her outdoor banquets, turns on a nighttime infrared surveillance camera, and heads inside….Read More


December 08, 2017 Art Fairs,Press

Dana Sherwood Named 10 Emerging Artists to Discover at Untitled, Miami Beach

10 Emerging Artists to Discover at Untitled, Miami Beach By Scott Indrisek Dec 5, 2017 Read on Artsy Untitled returned for its sixth edition in Miami on Tuesday, its stylish tent set up mere feet from the waves crashing onto South Beach. The fair continues to hone its status as a go-to stop for savvy collectors, especially those whose budget might max out at $10,000. Artsy hit the booths on preview day to scout the works that you’ll want to…Read More


December 08, 2017 Press

Future Retrieval Reviewed on Art F City Podcast

Gentrification, Income Inequality and Donald Trump Baby Turds by Paddy Johnson on November 24, 2017 Listen to Podcast In this episode of Explain Me William Powhida and Paddy Johnson talk about the 450 million dollar Leonardo Da Vinci of disputed authenticity and the Boyle Heights activists who follow artist Laura Owen’s from L.A. to New York to protest her non-profit 365 Mission while she visited The Whitney. Activists believe the presence of her gallery will lead to displacement. Additionally, we discuss the exhibitions listed below.


December 08, 2017 Press

Justine Hill Quoted on Elizabeth Murray in The Art Newspaper

Pace Gallery remembers Elizabeth Murray with show of her 1980s work The late painter’s shaped canvases, including some museum loans, are the subject of a survey in New York Pac Pobric | 2nd November 2017 Read on The Art Newspaper The late American painter Elizabeth Murray (1940-2007), whose shaped paintings are rarely what they seem, is the subject of a new exhibition at Pace Gallery in New York. The survey of her work from the 1980s includes loans from US…Read More


December 08, 2017 Press

Justine Hill mentioned as an influencee of Elizabeth Murray in Hyperallergic

How Graffiti Influenced Elizabeth Murray Given some historical context, the impact graffiti had on the paintings Murray made during the 1980s is plain to see. By: Jason Andrew Posted on: October 25, 2017 Read on Hyperallergic The 1980’s were a bodacious, hellacious, and most radical decade. Mötley Crüe got it right titling the era (and their greatest hits compilation album) the, “Decade of Decadence!” Intertwined with the rise of hip hop culture and a myriad international styles riffing off the energy…Read More


December 08, 2017 Press

Caris Reid Spoke on “Sit-In with Ally Hilfiger and Steve Hash”

Gallery Visits in the Lower East Side Released November 22, 2017 Listen to Podcast. Nicole Will, an art adviser in New York (Will Art Advisory) brings Ally and Steve to three different shows in lower Manhattan to meet artists and discuss their work. Caris Reid, walks them through her show “Sub Rosa” at the Denny Gallery. Jess Johnson shows at the Jack Hanley gallery (where Ally experiences a trippy virtual reality experience). Lastly, they visit a showing of Karl Wirsum’s work…Read More


October 27, 2017 Press

Future Retrieval exhibition featured in Art Zealous

Future Retrieval Comes to NYC with New Solo Exhibition October 26, 2017 by Caitlin Confort Read on Art Zealous We’re excited to announce that our friends at Future Retrieval opened their first solo exhibition with Denny Gallery in NYC entitled Permanent Spectacle. Dynamic duo, Guy Michael Davis and Katie Parker, spent the past year in their studio working on Permanent Spectacle, which was first shown at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA this spring. The pair worked with the…Read More


October 21, 2017 Gallery Meets World

Gallery Meets World No. 3: Ryan Lawson

No. 3: Ryan Lawson For our third edition of Gallery Meets World, please meet the designer who acquired a Russell Tyler painting for his client’s PRIVATE YACHT. Ryan Lawson was named one of New York Magazine’s best interior designers this year. In their reasoning for the recognition, they specifically mention his use of art as integral to his design work. “I think it’s obvious to most people that art gives a soul to the space it inhabits, but what’s not…Read More


October 14, 2017 Gallery Meets World

Gallery Meets World No. 2: Nathaniel Brooks of Brooks Limited

No. 2: Nathaniel Brooks of Brooks Limited We love when Nathaniel visits the gallery, because has a great eye and is a passionate collector. His collection includes works by Scott Anderson, Jessie Edelman, Austin Eddy, Justine Hill, Erin O’Keefe, Jordan Tate, and Russell Tyler. “Brooks Limited is a New York City based interior design firm specializing in high-quality residential interiors. While our work encompasses a variety of styles ranging from traditional to contemporary we seek to bring a specific viewpoint to…Read More


October 03, 2017 Gallery Meets World

Denny Gallery Launches Gallery Meets World Series with Katharine Earnhardt of Mason Lane Art Advisory Services

Denny Gallery is launching a new weekly series featuring some of our creative clients and partners. Find out what they do and why they collect. We will feature them on the News page of our website and in a few social media posts throughout the week. They will also curate a selection of their favorite artworks available in Shop Denny Gallery. You can follow these stories at #gallerymeetsworld No. 1: Katharine Earnhardt of Mason Lane Art Advisory Services Katharine Earnhardt…Read More


October 03, 2017 Press

Michael Flomen Reviewed in Hyperallergic

Photograms that Capture Darkness and the Flicker of Fireflies Michael Flomen’s first photographs were made with the light of fireflies, inspiring a series of work that converses with rain water, earth, and plant life. By: Seph Rodney  |  October 2, 2017 Read on Hyperallergic. Michael Flomen,”Two Step” (2004), gelatin silver toned print, archival mount on museum board, framed with museum glass, 34.5 x 36.25 in; artist proof from edition of 4 + 1 AP (all images courtesy Michael Flomen and…Read More


October 03, 2017 Press

Michael Flomen Reviewed by Collector Daily

Michael Flomen, Dark Waters @Denny By Loring Knoblauch / In Galleries / October 3, 2017 Read on Collector Daily.  JTF (just the facts): A total of 3 black and white photographs, framed in black steel/wood and unmatted, and hung against white walls in the smaller second gallery space. All of the works are toned gelatin silver photograms, made in 2015 and 2016. Physical sizes range from roughly 14×11 to 84×56 inches, and all of the works are unique. (Installation shots…Read More


September 15, 2017 Press Releases

Matt Mignanelli now represented by Denny Gallery

Denny Gallery is pleased to announce our representation of Matt Mignanelli. Visit Matt Mignanelli’s artist page. Matt Mignanelli was born in 1983 in Providence, Rhode Island, and lives in New York City. Matt Mignanelli creates paintings based on geometric forms, inspired by light, shadow, and architectural elements present in the urban landscape. His process combines incredibly detailed, methodical hand-painting with references to utilitarian painting applications in municipal and industrial contexts.  He uses enamel and colors such as mailbox blue to…Read More


September 15, 2017 Press Releases

Amir H. Fallah now represented by Denny Gallery

Denny Gallery is pleased to announce our representation of Amir H. Fallah. Visit Amir H. Fallah’s artist page. Amir H. Fallah was born in 1979 in Tehran, Iran, and lives in Los Angeles. His body of work includes painting, installation, drawing and sculpture. He is best known for unconventional portraits of people he encounters (or seeks out), which explore identity and personal narrative through his subjects’ interactions with objects. Fallah collages layers of these objects sourced from his subject’s environment…Read More


September 13, 2017 Press

Sub Rosa “Must-See” in the Observer

5 Must-See Gallery Shows in NYC This September By Margaret Carrigan • 09/11/17 3:45pm Read on the Observer. Caris Reid at Denny Gallery September 7–October 8 The flat surfaces of Reid’s paintings are misleading. Her work is rich in mystical iconography, in a way that is both timeless but also exceptionally immediate thanks to her bold, bright palette. The artist plays on this tension of past and present, known and unknown, in“Sub Rosa,” a Latin phrase meaning “under the rose,” which was invoked…Read More


September 09, 2017 Press

Caris Reid Interviewed by Chennie Huang

A CLANDESTINE WORLD By: Chennie Huang  |  Saturday, August 26, 2017 Read on CH Reviews. In celebration of her new solo-exhibition at Denny Gallery, which opens on September 7th, I invited artist, Caris Reid to have a conversation with me about her work and how she discovered a brave new world of clandestine spiritual energy living amongst the beauty of nature. Caris gracefully accepted my invitation. Caris Reid Matriarchal Matrix, 2017 Silkscreen, 29 x 22 in. / 74 x 56 cm…Read More


August 15, 2017 Events,Outside Exhibitions,Press

Dana Sherwood and dOGUMENTA in The New York Times

Treats, Jewelry and AstroTurf: Scenes From an Art Show for Dogs By JOSHUA BARONE   Photographs by KRISTA SCHLUETER   Produced by LAURA O’NEILL AUGUST 11, 2017 Read in The New York Times. Could a pioneering art show for dogs — supposedly organized by a dog — be called anything other than Dogumenta? The idea came from the art critic Jessica Dawson, whose rescue dog, Rocky, often accompanies her on trips to galleries. “I was surprised to see that Rocky…Read More


June 07, 2017 Events,Press

Erin O’Keefe Reviewed in Artforum

Erin O’Keefe By: Jeff Gibson Summer 2017. Vo. 55. No. 10.


May 03, 2017 Press

Erin O’Keefe Reviewed by Collector Daily

Erin O’Keefe, Book of Days @Denny By Loring Knoblauch, May 1, 2017 Read on Collector Daily. JTF (just the facts): A total of 15 color and black and white photographs, framed in white and unmatted, and hung against white walls in the two room gallery space. All of the works are archival pigment prints mounted on museum board, made in 2016 and 2017. Physical sizes are either 20×16, 25×20, or 40×32, and all of the prints are available in editions…Read More


April 26, 2017 Press

Q&A with Blouin Artinfo and Erin O’Keefe

The Phenomenon of Light and Shadow: A Q&A with Erin O’Keefe BY TAYLOR DAFOE | APRIL 24, 2017 Read on Blouin Artinfo. Picking up in the tradition of still life photographers such as Barbara Kasten and Jan Groover, as well as sculptors like Brancusi and David Smith who used photography to explore the perspectival limitations of their own work, Erin O’Keefe makes pictures that reinvent physical space. She creates sculptures in a sense, but they’re not autonomous; they cannot exist…Read More


April 13, 2017 Outside Exhibitions,Press Releases

Emily Noelle Lambert exhibiting at Art-in-Buildings

Emily Noelle Lambert: Tangle April 13 – October 1, 2017 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY Visit Art-in-Buildings’ website. Opening celebration with the artist on Thursday, April 13th from 6-8pm. Emily Noelle Lambert’s paintings and sculptures are vivid, gestural abstractions that demonstrate an instinctual relationship to formal elements such as line and color. They are resolutely handmade and based in the physical capabilities of the artist’s body – no single gesture is bigger than the swoop of the span of…Read More


April 08, 2017 Press

Elizabeth Denny on Of a Kind’s podcast

Elizabeth Denny spoke with Claire and Erica from Of a Kind about running an art gallery. Episode 82: An Education in Making Costume Jewelry and Running Your Own Gallery Listen Of a Kind podcast.  


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