Category: Wendy White

June 08, 2021 Press

Wendy White: Mark and Phil reviewed in the New Yorker

In “Mark and Phil,” this New York artist’s first exhibition at the Denny Dimin gallery, in Tribeca, the digital and the analog overlap in a hallucinatory, cartoony world. Sculptures reminiscent of gloomy emojis (black rainbows, clouds, teardrops) are paired with trompe-l’oeil paintings, at once grand and scrappy, depicting plywood carved with graffiti. The show’s centerpiece is a large, low-hanging mobile of black enamel rods and chains—you might call its style “playground goth”—whose dangling shapes include an L.E.D. light in the…Read More


February 12, 2021 Press

Wendy White in Garage: Come Collect Your 1-Up From Julia Wachtel and Wendy White’s New Show

The artists’ latest exhibition, “Airlok or Gazing Into The Void” at D.C.’s Von Ammon Co., was inspired by Google Image Search. For artists Julia Wachtel and Wendy White, inspiration doesn’t need to come from much further than a Google Image Search. In a new show at Washington D.C.’s Von Ammon Co., titled Airlok or Gazing Into The Void, both artists culled generic depictions of familiar emotional states for those who are living, ahem, in these trying times. For Wachtel, that image was of a man with his head…Read More

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March 06, 2020 Press

Wendy White in the New York Times: “Welcome to the Armory Fair. It’s Huge. It’s Hectic. Would You Like an Audio Guide?”

By Brian Boucher Published March 6th 2020, updated March 10th 2020 How far will art fairs go to make themselves educational affairs on par with museum exhibitions? What can these events, where dealers convene to sell their wares to well-heeled collectors, do to set themselves apart from their competitors? As fairs proliferate, to about 300 worldwide, their organizers introduce new features, like panel discussions and concerts, meant to add intellectual heft and to cultivate and entertain broader audiences. (Confession: I myself…Read More


July 26, 2016 Press

Wendy White featured in the New York Times: What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week

Wendy White ‘Santa Cruz’ Eric Firestone Gallery 4 Great Jones Street, Manhattan Closes on Saturday Nothing seems further from surfing and skateboarding in Southern California than a white cube gallery in New York. However, the aesthetics of these sports, with their boldly designed surfaces and the bright colors of the sun and sea, and the Zen-like concentration of participants, have frequently infiltrated and influenced contemporary art. Wendy White makes ample reference to both — and particularly 1980s surf and skate…Read More


June 27, 2014 Press

Frameshift reviewed on Collector Daily

Frameshift @Denny Gallery By Loring Knoblauch/ In Galleries/ June 27, 2014 JTF (just the facts): A group show containing a total of 11 works by 6 different artists/photographers, generally framed in white and unmatted, and hung against white walls in the two room gallery space. The show was curated by useful pictures (here). The following artists/photographers have been included in the show, with the number of works on view and image details as background: Lorne Blythe: 2 archival inkjet prints mounted on sintra, 2013,…Read More


June 24, 2014 Press

Frameshift featured by Musee Magazine

FRAMESHIFT AT DENNY GALLERY Denny Gallery presents “Frameshift,” curated by useful pictures, an artist-run investigation into the future of photographic practice. “Frameshift” focuses on the blending of classic photography and the digital world. The images are each manipulated via encoding, scanning, embedding or altering context. Artists featured include Barry Stone, Lorne Blythe, Heather Cleary, Erin O’Keefe, Pieter Schoolwerth and Wendy White. Barry Stone alters the coded data itself pulled from a digital photograph in order to corrupt the original image. Lorne…Read More


September 23, 2012 Press

On Top of The Rubble: Recent Work by Wendy White in Hyperallergic

Installation view, “Wendy White: Pix Vää” at Leo Koenig, Inc. (all images courtesy Leo Koenig, Inc.) What do you call Wendy White’s most recent works, which are made of two or more panels that rest on the floor, hug the wall and at the same time protrude from it? Combines and hybrids are the obvious answers, but those familiar designations hardly tell the story. There is something fresh about White’s work that these familiar designations don’t account for. The panels…Read More


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