Category: Nadja Frank

March 12, 2015 Artists, Outside Exhibitions

Nadja Frank’s show with Grayson Cox featured in the New York Times Blog

Read on T’s. Multimedia Works That Explore the State of Nature  By Nadia Vellam, March 12, 2015 In this weekly series, T’s photo editors share the most compelling visual projects they’ve discovered. Robert Heinecken famously said about his photography that it is “not a picture of, but an object about something.” For the artist Nadja Frank, her practice — which combines photography, silkscreening and sculpture — creates a larger conversation about the human desire not only to record experience, but…Read More


November 06, 2014 Press

Whitewall lists Rock Shop III as a “November Show to Know”

Read on Whitewall Jason Stopa / November 3, 2014 NOVEMBER SHOWS TO KNOW Our November listings reach back in time with a close look at two international surveys. First up is Imi Knoebel with 48 years of work on view at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany. In London, the the seminal conceptual group, Art & Lanugage, revisits Lisson Gallery for the first time in 40 years. Meanwhile in the U.S., several galleries have hung markedly interesting solo shows right before the…Read More


October 31, 2014 Press

Nadja Frank’s Rock Shop III Reviewed in Bedford + Bowery

Read on Bedford + Bowery By Nikkitha Bakshani / October 28, 2014 A Traveling Artist Wants You to Meet Her Pet Rocks Despite the name of the exhibit now up at Denny Gallery, Rock Shop III is less shop and more laboratory: large images of rocks surround receptacles in which salt chemically reacts to pigment, resin, or steel with the aid of sunlight pouring through the gallery windows. In one tank, the salt resembles gold dunes. “I have a scientific,…Read More


May 25, 2013 Press

Nadja Frank “Rock Shop” Reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

A Rock Shop, Pet Snakes and Abstracts: Gallery Shows for Artists Nadja Frank, Don Voisene and Lorna Williams By Peter Plagens Printed in the Wall Street Journal, May 25, Page A20 “Backstories have taken over much of contemporary art. Which is to say that knowing all the personal and political reasons the artist made the art is a prerequisite for any aesthetic appreciation to be had from it. In the case of Nadja Frank, who was born in 1980 in Germany…Read More


March 29, 2013 Press

DLK COLLECTION Reviews “Chronicle”

Read the review on the DLK COLLECTION BLOG. “… All in, there are nuggets of intriguing ideas worth following in each body of work here. For a young gallery still finding its way, it’s a promising photographic start.”


February 24, 2013 Installation Views

Installation Views of “Chronicle” with Nadja Frank, Riitta Ikonen, Sarah Kabot and Jackie Mock


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


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