Category: Relative Unknowns

January 24, 2014 Press

Tenement Museum Blog Features Danielle Durchslag

Read on the Tenement Museum Blog “Contemporary Art with a Historical Twist” by Lib Tietjen Museums can have the bad habit of getting stuck in the past. At the Tenement Museum, we work hard to make connections to the present day, and we’re inspired by the bustling, ever-evolving neighborhood that surrounds us. To see how history influences contemporary art, look no further than the Denny Gallery at 261 Broome Street. The gallery ”specializes in work by emerging and mid-career artists whose practices are interdisciplinary, process-oriented,…Read More


January 22, 2014 Press

Danielle Durchslag writes a piece about her work for ZEEK

Read on Zeek “Relative Unknowns: When Images Outlast Memory, but not Meaning” By Danielle Durchslag January 21, 2014 Growing up in Chicago, the house of my childhood had the usual range of portraits on display, with a few unfortunate mid-90s studio shots of me and my sister thrown in the mix. My parents, like so many others, designated a specific wall to these images, the ones deemed important enough to merit framing and display. Most of us grow up in…Read More


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