Category: exhibitions

February 13, 2020 Events, Outside Exhibitions

Jeremy Couillard: JEF at Times Square Space

Presented by Daata & TSS February 29 – March 15, 2020 Opening reception: March 2nd, 6-9pm, RSVP: anna@daata.art Times Square Space, 1500 Broadway, NY 10036 Ground Floor Entrance on 43rd St, next door to the Brooklyn Diner, 155 West 43rd St. JEF – An expansive video project by Jeremy Couillard. Presented by Daata & TSS from Daata Editions on Vimeo. JEF is a cosmology, inspired by world building techniques in sci-fi literature, fully automated luxury space communism fantasies and human/computer…Read More


August 20, 2016 Outside Exhibitions

Amanda Valdez at Mead Art Museum Amherst College opens September 8

Mead Art Museum Amherst College announces Rotherwas Project 1: Amanda Valdez, Ladies’ Night. On View September 8, 2016–January 2, 2017 Download exhibition brochure This fall, the historic Rotherwas Room meets contemporary art as the Mead inaugurates its biannual exhibition series, the Rotherwas Project. In “Rotherwas Project 1,” the works of Seattle-born artist Amanda Valdez bring a new palette and iconography to the historic oak-paneled room. Influenced by feminism, quilt design, and non-Western as well as Western art, Ms. Valdez combines paint,…Read More


June 27, 2014 Press

Frameshift reviewed on Collector Daily

Frameshift @Denny Gallery By Loring Knoblauch/ In Galleries/ June 27, 2014 JTF (just the facts): A group show containing a total of 11 works by 6 different artists/photographers, generally framed in white and unmatted, and hung against white walls in the two room gallery space. The show was curated by useful pictures (here). The following artists/photographers have been included in the show, with the number of works on view and image details as background: Lorne Blythe: 2 archival inkjet prints mounted on sintra, 2013,…Read More


June 24, 2014 Press Releases

Upcoming exhibition: Alina & Jeff Bliumis, Thank You Paintings Exchange, July 24 – September 7

Thank You Paintings Exchange initiates a series of material, social, gestural, intellectual and monetary exchanges between artist and collector, with the commercial art gallery as site and passive participant.  The fifteen paintings on view depict scenes of everyday life: a woman sitting on a deserted beach, children playing, cars parked in front of a suburban home, etc. Each painting has the text, “Thank You For Your…” painted on it, completed with words such as “Email,” “Poem,” “Kiss,” “Prayers,” “Dance,” “Pants,” “Thoughts.”…Read More


June 24, 2014 Press

Frameshift featured by Musee Magazine

FRAMESHIFT AT DENNY GALLERY Denny Gallery presents “Frameshift,” curated by useful pictures, an artist-run investigation into the future of photographic practice. “Frameshift” focuses on the blending of classic photography and the digital world. The images are each manipulated via encoding, scanning, embedding or altering context. Artists featured include Barry Stone, Lorne Blythe, Heather Cleary, Erin O’Keefe, Pieter Schoolwerth and Wendy White. Barry Stone alters the coded data itself pulled from a digital photograph in order to corrupt the original image. Lorne…Read More


April 18, 2014 Press

Jordan Tate: SUPERBLACK at Transformer Station featured in ARTslant

Read on ARTslant “Black as Midnight on a Moonless Night” by Natalie Hegert That’s how Special Agent Cooper likes his coffee, and that’s what I thought of when viewing SUPERBLACK by Jordan Tate, at Transformer Station in Cleveland, Ohio. “That’s pretty black,” says Pete Martell, as he pours a cup of coffee for Cooper in that first episode of Twin Peaks. SUPERBLACK is pretty black all right. In fact it’s the blackest black you’ll ever see. It’s… excuse me… really…Read More


April 18, 2014 Press

Jordan Tate profiled in WCPO Cincinnati

Read on WCPO Cincinnati “Black Hole Sun: Cincinnati Artist Jordan Tate Plays with Perceptions of Light and Dark ‘Superblack’ is Result of Both Art and Science” by Matt Peiken CINCINNATI — Unlike most artists, Jordan Tate cares more about triggering reactions in viewers than he does about the objects he creates. Raised in Cincinnati and now an assistant professor of photography at the University of Cincinnati, Tate devotes his parallel careers in art and academia to shaping “how we come…Read More


April 02, 2014 Outside Exhibitions

Jordan Tate: SUPERBLACK opened at Transformer Station, Cleveland

Exhibition runs March 29 – June 14, 2014 Link to Transformer Station website SUPERBLACK is the result of a two-year research project in collaboration with scientists at the University of Cincinnati. SUPERBLACK is a physical body designed to absorb nearly all electromagnetic radiation (visible light, infrared light, ultraviolet light, etc.) and offer the experience of a localized, contained, and absolute darkness. At its core, SUPERBLACK is an exploration of certain dualities – subject/object, void/full, black/white. Tate’s larger photo-based practice further…Read More


February 22, 2014 Press

Nikolai Ishchuk exhibition reviewed on Collector Daily

Nikolai Ishchuk, Indeterminate Objects @Denny By Loring Knoblauch/ In Galleries/ February 20, 2014 Read on Collector Daily. JTF (just the facts): A total of 16 photographic works, generally unframed and pinned to the wall with masonry nails or set on pedestals, and displayed in the two room gallery space and the back office area. 15 of the works are unique sculptural objects, variously constructed from gelatin silver prints, c-prints, cyanotype chemicals, acrylic paint, polymer spray, and cement, all made in 2013. Physical…Read More


December 15, 2013 Press Releases

Upcoming exhibition: Nikolai Ishchuk “Indeterminate Objects” February 6 – March 16, 2014

Denny Gallery is pleased to announce the first solo gallery exhibition in the United States of Nikolai Ishchuk, titled Indeterminate Objects and running from February 6 to March 16, 2014. Nikolai Ishchuk was born in 1982 in Moscow and lives in London. His work moves beyond the indexical image and even beyond the photographic object as such toward an expanded and more abstract photographic thinking. His most recent body of work, Indeterminate Objects, includes sculptures made with photographs, overpainted photographic…Read More


July 17, 2013 Press

Sean Fader “Sup?” series currently on view in “The Participants” featured on the Huffington Post

Read it on the Huffington Post. “Sean Fader Explores The Art Of Online Dating In ‘Sup?’” By Priscilla Frank. Posted 7/15/13. If you’ve ever taken your love life to the digital sphere, you’re familiar with the stressful, agonizing and self-esteem destroying task that is creating your dating profile. From choosing accurate yet complimentary photos to summing up your charm, wit and brains in a succinct bio, the challenge at hand is an arduous one. In an exhibition entitled “Sup?”, Sean…Read More


April 06, 2013 Events, Installation Views

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


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


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


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