Category: Jessie Edelman

February 21, 2022 Events, Press

Jessie Edelman Interviewed by Sara Roffino for BOMB

Creating Worlds: Jessie Edelman Interviewed by Sara Roffino Paintings that aim to facilitate daydreams. Feb 21, 2022 Jessie Edelman, Irises, 2021, oil on canvas, 78 × 96 inches. Look once and you see a beautiful landscape. Look longer and that landscape unfolds into a psychological state. And if you continue looking, you may find yourself within a story, perhaps your own, perhaps not. Or perhaps it’s the sort of story that is both your own and everyone else’s too—longing for…Read More

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January 27, 2022 Press

Jessie Edelman Reviewed in The New York Times

What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries Right Now   Want to see new art this weekend? Start in TriBeCa with Jessie Edelman’s lush, patterned paintings. Then head to NoLIta for satiny installations by the performance artist Colette Lumiere. And don’t miss John Seal’s photorealistic paintings and Shane Darwent’s black vinyl awnings thought double as minimal sculptures.   Newly Reviewed TRIBECA Jessie Edelman Through Feb. 26. Denny Dimin Gallery, 39 Lispenard Street, Manhattan. 212-226-6537; dennydimingallery.com. Jessie Edelman’s painting “Candlesticks” (2021) in her…Read More


January 04, 2022 Press

Jessie Edelman: Getaway featured in Artnet Editors’ Picks

Editors’ Picks: 9 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From Etel Adnan’s Final Paintings to Surrealist Art From Beyond Europe Plus, check out gallery openings for Jessie Edelman and Howard Smith, and a show of works by Black artists from the American South. Artnet News, January 4, 2022 Saturday, January 8–Saturday, February 26 Jessie Edelman, Early Evening (2021). 5. “Jessie Edelman: Getaway” at Denny Dimin Gallery, New York After nearly two years of limited travel, Jessie Edelman has turned…Read More

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January 21, 2019 Press

Dealers cash in on San Francisco’s wealth of museums

Dealers cash in on San Francisco’s wealth of museums at Untitled Art and FOG fairs The Bay Area collector base may be known for its tech-mined millions but institutions fuelled sales at the growing West Coast fairs The third edition of Untitled Art in San Francisco saw it moved to Pier 35 on the city’s waterfront Embarcadero. Untitled Art Tess Thackara 21 January 2019 Art dealers are still plumbing the depths of the West Coast’s murky art market waters, but…Read More


January 18, 2019 Press

FOG and Untitled Fairs Bring Out Dealers, Collectors in San Francisco

‘We Want to Invest in the Region’: FOG and Untitled Fairs Bring Out Dealers, Collectors in San Francisco Andy Battaglia BY ANDY BATTAGLIA January 18, 2019 6:23pm Luhring Augustine’s booth, with work by Oscar Tuazon and Lygia Clark, at FOG Art+Design. COURTESY LUHRING AUGSTINE 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…Read More

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November 02, 2018 Press

Muse Catalog Available Now

Exhibition catalog for Jessie Edelman, “Muse,” an exhibition at Denny Dimin Gallery, New York City, October 17th – November 25th, 2018. Catalog essay by Michelle Grabner. Michelle Grabner is an American painter, conceptual artist, curator, and professor. She joined the faculty of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1996, and became Chair of its prestigious Painting and Drawing department in the fall of 2009. She is also a senior critic at Yale University in the Department of…Read More


October 16, 2018 Press

Five Must-See Shows at the Inaugural Lower East Side Art Week

Five Must-See Shows at the Inaugural Lower East Side Art Week The LES Art Week debut spans twenty-four galleries around Manhattan’s increasingly trendy and gallery-filled Lower East Side—and takes female artists as its “theme”. From sinister rainbows to potent femininity, Emily Gosling selects five of the highlights. In 2016, Artsy described New York’s Lower East Side as the city’s “most important art district”. The past decade or so, since the opening of the New Museum on the Bowery in 2007,…Read More

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January 17, 2017 Press

Jessie Edelman Interviewed in WORK IN PROGRESS

WORK IN PROGRESS Issue 1: January 2017 By: Sholeh Hajmiragha This first issue of Work in Progress focuses on the medium of paint, presenting interviews with five artists who represent a range of approaches and styles within contemporary painting today.  It’s long been clear that despite Paul Delaroche’s claim in 1839 that painting is dead, the reality is actually quite the opposite. The artists showcased in this issue are all critically engaged with challenging and evolving painting’s history both as a…Read More

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October 04, 2016 Press

Jessie Edelman featured in Brooklyn Magazine

“Scene Stealer: Jessie Edelman” By Rachel Miller | October 4, 2016 “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 border, a starlet peers…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 September 8, 2016 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 floor…Read More

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September 09, 2016 Press

Jessie Edelman in Vogue’s Fall Art Guide

“Fall Art Guide: 13 Shows to See This Season” By Dodie Kazanjian Labor Day is near, and another summer is fleeting. But the plethora of art shows to see this fall more than makes up for that. Here are a dozen of them I plan to see, along with some new artists I’m keeping an eye on: … New Artists to Watch: Jessie Edelman’s “Stills from ‘The End of Summer’ ” at Denny Gallery (September 10 to October 16)

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September 06, 2016 Press

Jessie Edelman is one of “The Best Art Openings” in Brooklyn Magazine

“This Weekend: The Best Art Openings” By Rachel Miller, 9.6.16 DENNY GALLERY: STILLS FROM “THE END OF SUMMER” — JESSIE EDELMAN Babes in trunks and bikinis, long gazes, and luxurious Mediterranean vistas: Fort Greene-based artist Jessie Edelman’s sweetly expansive paintings in Stills from “The End of Summer” at Denny Gallery are the ideal way to ignore hurricane season. If Vogue says you should go (and they do), you should definitely go. Plus I say you should go. So go. Opening: Saturday, September…Read More


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