Category: Interview

January 04, 2017 Press

Future Retrieval Interviewed by Art Zealous

Future Retrieval: Historic Objects through a Contemporary Lens By Caitlin Confort, January 4, 2017 Read on Art Zealous. Katie Parker and Guy Michael Davis work collectively under the name Future Retrieval. They met in Cincinnati where they are both fine art professors and have been collab-ing since 2008, developing a unique aesthetic centered on craft and good design. Parker and Davis make influential historic objects relevant today by examining the original context of each piece and re-positioning it into a contemporary dialogue…Read More


October 04, 2016 Press

Jessie Edelman featured in Brooklyn Magazine

“Scene Stealer: Jessie Edelman” By Rachel Miller | October 4, 2016 Read on Brooklyn Magazine “The beginning of the article should be like a classic starlet interview,” Jessie Edelman told me. “The old way, where you’re waiting for me at the bar, and you describe the moment I arrive—my eyes, my hair, my outfit—” She caught herself. “Or maybe not? You write it.” That same sweet, fiercely directorial framing tendency is a hallmark of Edelman’s paintings. Inside a careful, thin…Read More


September 09, 2016 Press

Amanda Valdez in Art Zealous

“Dance Parties, Feminism & Embroidery With Artist Amanda Valdez” September 9, 2016 by Caitlin Confort Read on Art Zealous Amanda Valdez is an artist who is hot for teacher. Just kidding, but she places an important value on education as her professors promoted her self-expression and encouraged her artistic development throughout the years. When she arrived in the Big Apple for graduate school, Amanda had an amazing cast of educators who challenged and nurtured her as she brought her abstract…Read More


September 09, 2016 Press

Interview with Jessie Edelman in Artnet News

“Jessie Edelman on Being a Painter in the Digital Media Age” by Henri Neuendorf Read on Artnet News Stepping into Jessie Edelman’s Brooklyn studio is like being transported to a different era. Her paintings hanging and leaning against the walls depict contemplative figures gazing into landscapes, reflecting an exciting contemporary interpretation of 19th and 20th century painting. Edelman applies paint to the canvas in vivid, textured brushstrokes and evidence of her technical approach is everywhere—it’s tough to find a patch of…Read More


May 14, 2016 Press

Justine Hill interviewed on Two Coats of Paint

Read on Two Coats of Paint. Interview: Justine Hill in Bushwick By: Sharon Butler, May 13, 2016 I first saw Justine Hill’s paintings in “Metamodern,” a 2015 group show at Denny Gallery that explored the contemporary fusion of Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, and Primitivism. Her shaped canvases seem to jump off the wall with their unexpected amalgamation of Modern abstraction, postmodern humor, and the uninhibited brio of old-school graffiti taggers. In a recent studio visit, Hill shared work that she’s making for her forthcoming…Read More


April 19, 2016 Press

Amanda Valdez and Caris Reid in Forbes Magazine

Read on Forbes.com The creative synergy between collaborative artists Caris Reid and Amanda Valdez is immediately apparent. In conversation, they build easily off each other’s assertions about their work, generous in their praise of one another. Even their appearances are complementary: when I met with them the afternoon before their opening at Denny Gallery in New York’s Lower East Side, Valdez wore a navy wrap dress that complemented her curly brown hair, while Reid wore a more fitted black dress…Read More


February 12, 2016 Press

Amanda Valdez & Caris Reid Interview on Double or Nothing

Photographed in Brooklyn by Skye Parrott Read on Double or Nothing Across cultures and millennia the moon has constantly loomed, quietly reminding us of the power it holds; it can pull ocean tides, control birth cycles, make men crazy and illuminate the darkness. It is the serene, ever-evasive contrast to the energetic, persistent sun, maintaining a subversive influence that has served as both a guide and goddess for women throughout history. Caris Reid’s mythology-inspired symbolism and Amanda Valdez’s personified shapes…Read More


January 07, 2016 Press

Emily Noelle Lambert in ARTnews

“Habitat: Emily Noelle Lambert” by Katherine McMahon ARTnews, January 7, 2016 Habitat is a weekly series that visits with artists in their workspaces. This week’s studio: Emily Noelle Lambert; Greenpoint, Brooklyn. “How do I get started again?” “Where do I want the work to go?” “What do I want it to be?” These are a few of the questions Emily Noelle Lambert, 40, was asking in her Greenpoint studio on a recent evening in December. The artist was wrapping up the semester at…Read More


November 11, 2015 Press

Emily Noelle Lambert Interviewed by Two Coats of Paint

Read on Two Coats of Paint Interview: Emily Noelle Lambert in Greenpoint Posted on November 8, 2015 [Image: Emily Noelle Lambert, Back in, 2015, acrylic on canvas with wood, 86 x 60 inches.] Contributed by Rob Kaiser-Schatzlein / Emily Noelle Lambert‘s recent paintings are large abstracts rendered in vivid acrylic paint. On display in “Ideé Fixe,” her solo show at Denny Gallery, through November 15th, they vary in line, brush size, color palette, shape, subject matter; whatever is a limiting factor in one painting (say, only using…Read More


September 26, 2015 Press

Erin O’Keefe Interviewed by Gorky’s Granddaughter

Watch on Gorky’s Granddaughter Erin O’Keefe at Denny Gallery, Sept 2015 By Zachary Keeting, Posted on September 25, 2015  


May 20, 2015 Press

Interview with Lauren Seiden on Artspace

Read on Artspace. Meet the Artist Drawing Without Fear: Lauren Seiden on Radically Reshaping the Work on Paper By Dylan Kerr, May 19, 2015 For the past several years, the born-and-bred New York artist Lauren Seiden has been quietly updating one of the most fundamental artistic mediums: graphite (i.e. pencil) on paper. More akin to wall-mounted sculptures than the term “works on paper” may initially suggest, Seiden’s pieces appear at first glance to be welded out of sheets of metal…Read More


October 19, 2014 Press

Amanda Valdez’s Thick as Thieves Reviewed in NYblk

Read on NYblk. By Stephen Wilson / October 12, 2014 Amanda Valdez: Thick As Thieves at Denny Gallery September 10th – October 19th 2014   With one week left to see Amanda Valdez’s show, Thick As Thieves, at Denny Gallery in the Lower East Side, I can’t recommend it enough. The show is a breath of fresh air amidst the downtown gallery scene this fall.  In contrast with the lowbrow, lowcraft that plagues the galleries nearby, Valdez has honed her…Read More


September 01, 2014 Press

Amanda Valdez in Women Artists Interviews Zine

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June 23, 2014 Press

Interview with Ole Martin Lund Bø on LVL3

Read on LVL3. Artist of the Week: Ole Martin Lund Bø Ole Martin Lund Bø has exhibited extensively in Norway, Germany and elsewhere. He had his first solo show in the US at Denny Gallery in New York in 2013. He has participated in several group shows at galleries, museums and institutions, including the Astrup Fearnley Museum for Modern Art in Oslo and the Bergen Kunsthall in Bergen, Norway. In 2006-2007 he was awarded the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP)…Read More


June 16, 2014 Press

Interview with Lauren Seiden on LVL3

Read on LVL3 Media. Artist of the Week: Lauren Sieden Lauren Seiden (born 1981, lives in New York City) received her B.A. in Painting and Drawing from Bennington College in Vermont. Her recent exhibitions include Querencia at Denny Gallery in New York City, Action+Object+Exchange at the Drawing Center in New York City,The Last Brucennial curated by Vito Schnabel and the Bruce High Quality Foundation in New York City, SP-Arte in Sao Paolo, Brazil,Works Off Canvas at Denny Gallery, ORGANIX: Contemporary Art From The USA, curated by Diego Cortez at the Luciano…Read More


June 02, 2014 Press

Interview with Jordan Tate on LVL3 Media

Read on LVL3 Media. Artist of the Week: Jordan Tate Jordan Tate is an artist and professor at the University of Cincinnati. He has been there for four years, and has really enjoyed the opportunity to work with an amazing set people across a variety of disciplines. Jordan relocated to Cincinnati from Calgary, Canada for his job at the University. The majority of his work over the past five years has dealt with the implications of the photographic image as an integral component in…Read More


April 25, 2014 Press

Interview with Amanda Valdez on LVL3 Media

Read on LVL3 Media “Artist of The Week: Amanda Valdez” Amanda Valdez is a Brooklyn based artist, born in Seattle, Washington. She received her MFA from Hunter College in New York City and BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago; additionally she studied at Utrecht University in The Netherlands. Amanda has been the recipient of a Yaddo Artist-in-Residency, MacDowell Colony Artist-in-Residency, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts Artist-in-Residency, and the 2011 College Art Association MFA Professional-Development Fellowship. Recent…Read More


March 21, 2014 Press

Interview with Michael Rudokas on LVL3 Media

Read on LVL3 ARTIST OF THE WEEK: MICHAEL RUDOKAS Michael Rudokas received his MFA from Hunter College in New York City and his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Visual Art from Marlboro College in Vermont. His first solo exhibition, Terrible Shadow, will be on view at Denny Gallery in New York City from March 20 to April 27, 2014. Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do. I studied both art and the philosophy of language as an undergraduate. Having always found…Read More


February 20, 2014 Press

Artsy features Jason Gringler in profile of 3 artists with studios at 17-17 Troutman

IN THE STUDIO WITH JASON GRINGLER Interview by Marina Cashdan. Photos by Alex John Beck. Read on Artsy. INTRODUCING JASON GRINGLER We’ve been following Jason Gringler since his 2012 solo show at Brand New Gallery, where the Toronto-born, New York-based artist filled the Milan gallery’s wall with a grid of shimmering, fragmented mirrors. Regarded as one to watch among a new generation of artists who challenge the traditions of classical painting, Gringler employs smashed mirrors and spray paint, broken Plexiglas and steel frames to…Read More


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