Category: Stephen Thorpe

May 17, 2022 Artists, Events, Press

‘Buying art is like meeting a new friend’: advisor Elizabeth Von Habsburg on her very personal approach to collecting

The managing director of the art appraisal and advisory firm the Winston Art Group discusses her latest buys and the best collecting advice she’s received Daniel Cassady 17 May 2022   Von Habsburg with a recent purchase: Stephen Thorpe’s A Mediation Between the Physical and Spiritual World (2022) Courtesy of Elizabeth Von Habsburg   One could be forgiven for thinking that being Austrian royalty is the most interesting thing about a person. But that is not the case with Elizabeth von Habsburg….Read More


May 09, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

What Sold at New York Art Week 2022

Justin Kamp        May 9, 2022   vanessa german Workhorse, 2021   The art world descended en masse upon Manhattan during the first week of May for the inaugural edition of New York Art Week, the far-reaching partnership between museums, galleries, art fairs, and auction houses focused on highlighting “an unprecedented offering of global art market events and institutional exhibitions,” according to the initiative’s website. The weeklong programming had at its heart a quartet of fairs scattered across…Read More

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May 09, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

Eight Bold Booths at NADA’s NYC Comeback

May 9, 2022 Widewalls Editorial   Art week is underway in NYC, with four fairs transpiring across Manhattan last week. New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) has held their NYC art fair’s post-pandemic return after a four year hiatus–a triumphant comeback that kicked off with a gorgeous spring day last Thursday, May 5th. NADA is “the definitive non-profit arts organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in contemporary art.” Member galleries from The Hole to The Pit…Read More

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May 06, 2022 Art Fairs, Artists, Events, Press

‘We’ve Seen a Huge Convergence’: NADA New York Dealers Are Catering to Collectors Who Want Both NFTs and Traditional Media

Gallerists say there’s more than enough space for everything. Annie Armstrong, May 6, 2022   It’s hard to believe, but it’s only been just over a year since Beeple’s explosive sale at Sotheby’s changed the genetic makeup of the art market as knew it. Over the course of that year, a split has emerged between those in the art world that embrace web3 with aplomb, and those that have been forced to make peace with its presence. That tension was…Read More

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May 06, 2022 Art Fairs, Artists, Events, Press

From NFT pets to a dystopian video game, digital art stands out at Nada New York 2022

The New Art Dealers Alliance’s fair returns to New York with a massive line-up of 120 exhibitors taking over Pier 36   The Art Newspaper 6 May 2022   Installation view of works by Jeremy Couillard and Stephen Thorpe at the Denny Dimin Gallery booth. Courtesy Denny Dimin Gallery.   Jeremy Couillard and Stephen Thorpe Denny Dimin, New York   The British painter Stephen Thorpe and the American digital artist Jeremy Couillard have collaborated to create an environment suggestive of…Read More


May 05, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

At NADA, a Glorious Collision of Paintings and Ceramics

The New Art Dealers Alliance brings together more than 120 galleries and nonprofit organizations from 37 cities.   At NADA New York, on the wall, Abdolreza Aminlari, “Untitled (21.033)”; Dietmar Busse’s “Mother”; and Faye Wei Wei’s “The Lido Is a Ballroom With a Moon Mirrored Ceiling.” Front, Amber Rane Sibley’s “The Ones Who Win,” “Maternal Damnation,” and “Muliebral Canker” at Fierman+ Situations gallery. Jeenah Moon for The New York Times   By Martha Schwendener May 5, 2022 Two things can…Read More


May 04, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

NADA Returns to New York City for its 8th Edition

By Pearl Fontaine May 4, 2022   The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) returns to New York City for its 8th edition, which will be open at Pier 36 from May 5—8. Here, fairgoers will find exhibitions from 120 international presenters, along with a program featuring conversations, performances, and other events.   Sheida Soleimani, “Cloud Busting,” 2022, 40 x 30 in, archival pigment print; courtesy of the artist and Denny Dimin Gallery.   Highlights to look out for in the…Read More

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May 02, 2022 Art Fairs, Events, Press

Your Ultimate Guide to NYC’s May Art Fairs

NADA New York   A useful guide to the fairs and exhibitions of interest opening in the city this month.   by Cassie Packard May 2, 2022   Amber Rane Sibley, “Generous Helping #3” (2021), ceramic, 13 x 10 x 6 in (image courtesy the artist and FIERMAN, NY)   When: May 5–8 Where: Pier 36 (299 South Street, Lower East Side, Manhattan) After a three-year hiatus, New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) has returned to New York with 120 exhibitors,…Read More


May 02, 2022 Art Fairs, Artists, Events, Press

New York Art Week kicks off a busy spring of fairs, auctions and more

The new week-long alignment starts the spring art season with a bang, including the returns of the Independent, Nada New York, Tefaf New York and the Future Art Fair Osman Can Yerebakan 2 May 2022   The new week-long alignment starts the spring art season with a bang, including the returns of the Independent, Nada New York, Tefaf New York and the Future Art Fair   Visitors to the 2018 edition of the Independent art fair Photo: Etienne Frossard. Courtesy…Read More


March 30, 2022 Events, Press

Stephen Thorpe in Surface Magazine

A Resplendent Rendering of Stephen Thorpe’s Interiority   By layering visuals of ornate rugs and lush wallpaper into an architectural corner, the British painter reveals the dualities and rhythms of his own introspection.   BY RYAN WADDOUPS March 30, 2022     Here, we ask an artist to frame the essential details behind one of their latest works. Bio: Stephen Thorpe, 40, Atlanta (@stephenthorpe15) Title of work: Boundaries of the Soul. Where to see it: Denny Dimin Gallery (39 Lispenard…Read More


March 25, 2022 Events, Press

Stephen Thorpe Reviewed in The Art Newspaper

Five New York shows explore the pandemic’s effects two years after the city’s first Covid-19 lockdowns From Renate Aller’s touching photos of sidewalk gatherings to Uuriintuya Dagvasambuu’s vaccine-inspired Mongol Zurag paintings, artists are reflecting on the darkest days of the initial outbreak Annabel Keenan 25 March 2022 As New York passed the second anniversary of the initial Covid-19 lockdowns, galleries and museums throughout the city opened shows exploring how the pandemic has affected everyday life. Touching on themes of isolation,…Read More


March 23, 2022 Press

Stephen Thorpe: Boundaries of the Soul Reviewed in The New Yorker

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September 16, 2021 Press

Stephen Thorpe featured in COBO Social

Isaac Wong on Stephen Thorpe by Isaac Wong 16 Sep 2021   Stephen Thorpe, Daydreaming Transports the Dreamer Outside the Immediate World to a World That Bears the Mark of Infinity, 2020, oil on canvas, 92 x 76 cm. Image courtesy of the artist and Ora-Ora.   I remember the first time meeting Stephen Thorpe in 2019 at his test lecture at the former campus of Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Hong Kong where Stephen shared his early work…Read More

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September 18, 2020 Press

Stephen Thorpe in Home Journal

Read in Home Journal First Virtual Art Show by Denny Dimin Gallery Features Artworks Created During self-Isolation By: Jennifer Chan | September 18, 2020 Denny Dimin Gallery offers unique glimpse into an artist’s mind during self-isolation via virtual art show “Stephen ThorpeSpace Invaders”. The digital exhibition, staged by Denny Dimin Gallery from now until 31 Oct, showcases a host of emotionally-charged oil paintings by Hong Kong-based artist Stephen Thorpe, who found inspiration in self-isolation. Conceived amid the pandemic, the series…Read More


June 19, 2020 Press

Stephen Thorpe in Elephant Magazine

Stephen Thorpe’s Eerie Interiors Capture Isolation in Colourful Form The British artist’s paintings of rooms and their corners are far from straightforward. They delineate the dark recesses of our psyches, and presciently reflect isolation right now in colourful, disquieting form. Words by Emily Gosling The Forgotten Language of Instinct, 2020 “When you first look at one of my paintings, it seems to make sense. It might look like a room, but it reveals itself in its oddity the more you look…Read More


December 30, 2019 Press

Stephen Thorpe featured in Artomity Magazine

By Valencia Tong     “My philosophy has always been, if you want to learn how to paint, then paint,” says SCAD professor Stephen Thorpe. “It’s not as flippant as it may sound.” He raises his eyebrow as he gestures towards an art work nearby. “Paint is a fluid material which acts in a variety of ways under a variety of conditions, and only through rigorous practice can you understand the nuance and subtle elements to handling paint.” In Professor…Read More


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