Category: Russell Tyler

October 21, 2017 Gallery Meets World

Gallery Meets World No. 3: Ryan Lawson

No. 3: Ryan Lawson For our third edition of Gallery Meets World, please meet the designer who acquired a Russell Tyler painting for his client’s PRIVATE YACHT. Ryan Lawson was named one of New York Magazine’s best interior designers this year. In their reasoning for the recognition, they specifically mention his use of art as integral to his design work. “I think it’s obvious to most people that art gives a soul to the space it inhabits, but what’s not…Read More


October 14, 2017 Gallery Meets World

Gallery Meets World No. 2: Nathaniel Brooks of Brooks Limited

No. 2: Nathaniel Brooks of Brooks Limited We love when Nathaniel visits the gallery, because has a great eye and is a passionate collector. His collection includes works by Scott Anderson, Jessie Edelman, Austin Eddy, Justine Hill, Erin O’Keefe, Jordan Tate, and Russell Tyler. “Brooks Limited is a New York City based interior design firm specializing in high-quality residential interiors. While our work encompasses a variety of styles ranging from traditional to contemporary we seek to bring a specific viewpoint to…Read More


October 03, 2017 Gallery Meets World

Denny Gallery Launches Gallery Meets World Series with Katharine Earnhardt of Mason Lane Art Advisory Services

Denny Gallery is launching a new weekly series featuring some of our creative clients and partners. Find out what they do and why they collect. We will feature them on the News page of our website and in a few social media posts throughout the week. They will also curate a selection of their favorite artworks available in Shop Denny Gallery. You can follow these stories at #gallerymeetsworld No. 1: Katharine Earnhardt of Mason Lane Art Advisory Services Katharine Earnhardt…Read More


February 11, 2017 Press

Artist Spotlight: Russell Tyler on art|REAL by Nicole Bray

Read on art|REAL By Nicole Bray, posted February 2, 2017 Walking into Russell Tyler’s studio is an absolute treat for the eyes as you’re greeted with an array of colorful and luscious canvases. A master of color and movement, Tyler draws upon our art historical forefathers of Abstract Expressionism, the Sublime, and Minimalism. Tyler works in three different styles, yet they all look and feel unquestionably connected: minimalist forms with expressive gestures, expressive abstraction of instinct and chance, and abstract…Read More


July 08, 2016 Press

Review of “The City & The City” by Emily Colucci for Art F City

“A Door-Shattering Breakthrough at Denny Gallery’s Pop-Up ‘The City & The City’” by Emily Colucci, July 8, 2016 Read on Art F City Nothing underscores the fraught tensions of gentrification quite like the deafening sound of a large glass door shattering behind you. Moments after I entered Denny Gallery’s East Broadway pop-up space this Wednesday, the gallery’s door splintered with a bang and a startling crack. Fragmenting into a wall of tiny shards, the broken door trapped the gallerists and…Read More


March 06, 2016 Press

Russell Tyler in SPRING/BREAK’s “9 Most Memorable Booths”

I Know What You Did Last Spring/Break: Fair Founders Ambre Kelly and Andrew Gori’s 9 Most Memorable Booths By Dylan Kerr, Feb. 26, 2016 Read on Artspace. Founders Ambre Kelly and Andrew Gori during a very special performance (getting married) at the 2015 Spring/Break Fair In contrast to the big-budget (and better-known) art fairs dominating New York’s Armory Week, SPRING/BREAK offers something a little different: booths designed by curators, not gallerists, that feature genuinely exciting works at approachable prices by emerging or lesser-known artists. The…Read More


February 17, 2016 Press

Russell Tyler and Trudy Benson together in T-Magazine

How Five New York Artist Couples Share Space By Kat Herriman, February 11, 2016 Read on T-Magazine Navigating New York real estate is notoriously difficult, but these young partners in love — and, often, in work — have made it an art. Trudy Benson and Russell Tyler BEDFORD STUYVESANT Two early Katherine Bernhardt portraits grace the wall above their couch. “We trade with our friends,” Benson says with a smile, pointing out the painterly faces. “It’s a nice way to…Read More


December 12, 2015 Art Fairs, Press

Russell Tyler is Selected by Susan and Michael Hort from Miami

Read on Artspace. Susan and Michael Hort’s Picks From Miami Art Week 2015 By Artspace Editors Dec. 4, 2015 The dynamic collecting and philanthropic duo that is Susan and Michael Hortis back with more picks, from Miami’s annual Art Week. These paintings, many of them by younger artists, are must-sees at Art Basel Miami Beach,NADA Miami, and Untitled. Enjoy!   ART BASEL JANNIS VARELAS Krinzinger This is a killer painting that uses symbols that are very personal to the artist….Read More


November 11, 2015 Press

Russell Tyler Reviewed in Modern Painters

Read on Modern Painters Tangible Textures: Trudy Benson and Russell Tyler at Retrospective Gallery By Dana Kopel Posted on September 17, 2015 and printed in November Issue. Trudy Benson’s “Invisible Man,” 2015 and Russell Tyler’s “TBP,” 2015. In this two-person show, on view at Retrospective Gallery in Hudson, NY through September 20, recent works by Trudy Benson and Russell Tyler engage the materiality and referentiality of painting. Both artists’ works take into account the ways the Internet has reshaped images…Read More


August 27, 2015 Press

Metamodern reviewed in Hyperallergic

Read on Hyperallergic Going Meta: Art after the Death of Art by Thomas Micchelli, August 22, 2015 Terminology is slippery, and using it as the premise for an exhibition can be slipperier still (witness the Museum of Modern Art’s recent stumble with “atemporality” in The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World). But the concept underlying Metamodern, a group show at Denny Gallery on the Lower East Side, actually holds the potential to enrich an already strong array of works…Read More


June 04, 2015 Press

Russell Tyler’s Radiant Fields in the Brooklyn Rail

Read on Brooklyn Rail. RUSSELL TYLER: Radiant Fields By Jason Stopa, June 3, 2015 DENNY GALLERY | MAY 3 – JUNE 14, 2015 Russell Tyler’s solo show, Radiant Fields, effectively combines three major painterly characterizations of space: the cinematic, the theatrical, and the digital, with surprising result. A brief look at contemporary abstraction reveals similar, but varied, interests. Painters likeade Guyton and Avery Singer reflect the digital impulse. Both artists, to varying degrees, are dedicated to mimicking image-making software techniques and their capacity to flatten and compress information. The…Read More


November 20, 2013 Press

“Windows” Reviewed on Artforum.com

By Tina Rivers This show contributes to the heated debate over the relationship between contemporary art and digital technology by cleverly focusing on the idea of “windows.” In this context, windows is a double entendre, referring both to the long-standing metaphor for the picture plane in Western art and to the more recent use of overlapping frames to organize information on computer screens, challenging the window’s association with a single-point perspective. The artists in this show are fluent in both…Read More


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