In the studio with @jessieedelman this summer. Her paintings are giving us summertime vibes with their vibrant pastel palette and their deliberately nostalgic and archetypical scenes. #studiovisit #jessieedelman #dennydimingallery
“Kadosh” on view through August 16th. Installation detail of L’s “Spell for Divine Presence,” 2019 and reflection of Amir Fallah’s “Offering,” 2018. @a.s.t.r.a.l.o.r.a.c.l.e.s @amirhfallah #astraloracles #amirhfallah #dennydimingallery
Amanda Valdez ( @thunderloves) currently has work up in the group exhibition “Yellow” at @septembergallery through August 4th. See how these 14 artists have worked with the color yellow in subtle or startling ways. - Image: Installation view of “Yellow”. Courtesy of September Gallery
Paula Wilson ( @paulalights) currently has a solo exhibition, “Entangled,” on view at @516_arts in Albuquerque, through August 31st. See how nature, and human life are reflected on through an anthropomorphic worldview in “Entangled”. #dennydimingallery #516arts #paulawilson
An excerpt from a letter by Dr. Abigail Susik to Jordan Tate: "What is the difference between land and landscape? I am not trying to dash altogether the idea that landscape can offer an alternative space of otherness, rest or separation- particularly from a digitized image world- but rather, I am questioning where exactly we might find the hope or difference in landscape. Or more specifically, I’m interested in why you are turning to landscape, in the way that you are currently, using analog photography as a means of recording your confrontation or facing-toward landscape." 🍂 Jordan Tate: "Untitled #11 (Forest Park)," Achival inkjet print on Hahnemühle rice paper, 25 x 36 inches on view of "Polemics of the Landscape" through August 16th. #DennyDiminGallery #JordanTate
What is Holy? Visit “Kadosh” and explore the ways in which these artists draw on their own individual philosophies and histories as they question the metaphysical and spiritual. #Kadosh #dennydimingallery #summergroupshow
We had a wonderful night hosting the Apollo Theatre Young Patrons where @welch_cameron and @heyitsbunmi gave talks about their pieces and practices. And @rdimin gave a curatorial statement. Thank you @alisoniris ! #apolloyoungpatrons #apolloyp #dennydimingallery #cameronwelch #anthonyolubunmiakinbola
“It struck me that there is a crucial importance (to me) of the unaltered (or rather not modified in the manner of contemporary landscape photography).” Excerpt from the “Picturesque Snot: Polemics of the Landscape” a collection of correspondences between Jordan Tate and Abigail Susik. Stop by to see Jordan Tate’s solo exhibition “Polemics of the Landscape” on view until August 16th. #jordantate
“Live Study” by Michael Mandiberg ( @mmandiberg) went live on the @whitneymuseum website as part of the museums Artport series. “Live Study” hosts live streams of Michael Mandiberg’s painting sessions; Mandiberg is painting portraits of all of the assistants, apprentices, and consultants who have helped make their works. The effort will continue for as long as it takes for Michael to make more than 100 (two copies of each: one to give to the subject, and one to exhibit). By the time it is finished the project will contain thousands of videos. This is the first time Mandiberg and the gallery have collaborated with the Whitney Museum. Artport is the Whitney’s portal to internet art and an online gallery space for commissions of net art and new media art.
Congrats @danasherwoodstudio and @markdionstudio for the New York Times write up on “Mark Dion: Follies” at Storm King! “Food is Part of the Fun” by Florence Fabricant @nytcooking @stormkingartcenter @tanyabonakdargallery #danasherwood #markdion #stormkingartcenter #florencefabricant
@a.s.t.r.a.l.o.r.a.c.l.e.s preformed an interdimensional ritual at the @gettymuseum on Saturday with a group of artists and composers. @a.s.t.r.a.l.o.r.a.c.l.e.s’s “Spell for Divine Presence” (last image) is currently on view in “Kadosh.” 📸 thanks @natalielabriola #gettymuseum #kadosh
OPENINGS TONIGHT at 6-8PM! Our summer group show “Kadosh” will include artists Amir H. Fallah, Anthony Olubunmi Akinbola, L, Jillian Mayer, Cameron Welch, & Kennedy Yanko. “Polemics of the Landscape” is a solo exhibition by Jordan Tate. Hope to see you tonight! Image 1: Amir H. Fallah, “Offering”, 2018. Image 2: Jordan Tate, “Untitled #5 (Whipps Ledges)”, 2018
Installing Jordan Tate’s solo exhibition “Polemics of the Landscape” today!! The show opens tomorrow, July 11th and is up until August 16th. Come out to the opening tomorrow night at 6-8pm. Image: Jordan Tate, “Untitled #3 (Sea Pines)”, 2017
After a lovely holiday away from the gallery we are back at it! Install of “Kadosh” starts today. The show opens this Thursday July 11th with works by Anthony Olubunmi Akinbola, Amir H. Fallah, L, Jillian Mayer, Cameron Welch, and Kennedy Yanko @heyitsbunmi , @amirhfallah , @a.s.t.r.a.l.o.r.a.c.l.e.s , @jillianmayer , @welch_cameron , @kennedyyanko ... #AnthonyOlubunmiAkinbola, #AmirFallah, #Lazaros, #JillianMayer, #CameronWelch, #KennedyYanko #kadosh
Have you watched? Played? It’s the last weekend to come to the gallery to experience Jeremy Couillard’s exhibition “Sometimes to Deal With the Difficulty of Being Alive I Need to Believe There Is a Possibility That Life Is Not Real”. #jeremycouillard
Learn more about Jeremy Couillard’s commission, “HOTR Home Furnishing,” for The Phillips x Daata artist commissions in the article “Glitches in the Simulation” by Michael Connor on @rhizomedotorg. Image: Jeremy Couillard, “HOTR Home Furnishing,” 2019. Still from digital video.
@artnet loves @erinokeefeart’s Instagram feed, and we do too. Check out the article, “5 Artists Whose Instagram Accounts Are Just as Vivid, Colorful, and Bold as Their Artworks” by Noor Brara on their website.
This is the last week to see Brent Birnbaum & Jeremy Couillard’s solo exhibitions! Stop by through the 30th to experience these shows for yourself. #brentbirnbaum #jeremycouillard
Such a wonderful conversation about emerging art with @elizabethdeehq @courtneychildress @annehuntington and @amy_smithstewart @thecoreclub hosted by @latchkey_gallery this evening! My favorite quote of the evening “There is a fine line between collecting and hoarding....” but in all serious it was a really stellar conversation!
Stop by the gallery this weekend to see Brent Birnbaum’s solo exhibition “Seven Games”. On view until June 30th. Pictured: Brent Birnbaum, “Start/Finish II”, 2018-19
Meet Kaotoa, one of the protagonists in Jeremy Couillard’s “Sometimes to Deal With the Difficulty of Being Alive I Need to Believe There is a Possibility That Life Is Not Real“. Kaotoa is described as “very concerned with social justice. She is an anarcho-syndicalist and wears two different sandals. She stands at a stock trading desk to work. She used to be a gutter punk but got pneumonia and moved back in with her mom for a while where she read Proudhon and Emma Goldman. When she got better she got a job at a non-profit that paid less than a retail job but whatever.” Find out everything and anything about the software from the catalog, available on our website. And visit the gallery to interact with all the characters! #jeremycouillard
Brent Birnbaum’s solo exhibition “Seven Games” is on view until June 30th. Stop by to see these board game made pieces while you can! - 1. Brent Birnbaum, “Snakes and Ladders,” 2018-19. 2. Detail of “Snakes and Ladders”
A little sneak peek of what September will look like at the gallery! @erinokeefeart will open the season with her third solo show with us... happy Sunday and happy Fathers Day!
Brent Birnbaum, the methodically perfectionist that he is, was still working on the largest piece “Life the Game” up until the day the art handlers came to pick it up from his studio. Here’s a sneak peak into the last studio visit with Birnbaum right before hanging the exhibition. #brentbirnbaum #studiovisit
In Jeremy’s exhibition the prints and drawings that hang in the restroom of the gallery can also be spotted in his expansive work “Sometimes to Deal With the Difficulty of Being Alive I Need to Believe There Is a Possibility That Life Is Not Real,” a software that can be played, or one can watch the AI characters as they go about their day. - Jeremy Couillard, “Kaotoas House Two,” 2018-2019.
Tonight is the night! Come out to the gallery from 6-8PM for the opening reception of two solo exhibitions. Brent Birnbaum’s “Seven Games”, and Jeremy Couillard’s “Sometimes to Deal With the Difficulty of Being Alive I Need to Believe There Is a Possibility That Life Is Not Real”. - Image 1: Still from Jeremy Couillard’s software “Sometimes to Deal With the Difficulty of Being Alive I Need to Believe There Is a Possibility That Life Is Not Real” Image 2: Brent Birnbaum, “A Landscape”
Thank you @bedfordandbowery for including our two upcoming shows in Art This Week. Come out tomorrow from 6pm-8pm for the opening reception of the solo exhibitions “Seven Games” by Brent Birnbaum, and Jeremy Couillard’s “Sometimes to Deal With the Difficulty of Being Alive I Need to Believe There is a Possibility That Life Is Not Real”.
“One to One Hundred” in Brent Birnbaum’s exhibition #sevengames opening Thursday 6-8 at the tribeca gallery! #brentbirnbaum #dennydimingallery
Today is the last day to see “jane says” by @annshelton_ We will be in until around 5 today!
“There have been a number of anecdotal reports of contemporary women in the Appalachian mountains and Watauga County, North Carolina, using Daucus Carota seeds for their anti-fertility activity. The confusion regarding the origins, applications and identification of DC (Daucus Carota) has not been helped by the great loss of herbal knowledge believed to have occurred in the Middle Ages. It is widely accepted that information regarding birth control was orally transmitted and therefore, as a consequence of the persecution of ‘witches’, who were often female midwives, herbalists and healers, much of this information was lost. Jansen, G. C., & Wohlmuth, H. (2014). Carrot Seed For Contraception: A Review, 26(1), p 13.” . An excerpt from Ann Shelton’s performance “the physical garden”. . . The exhibition “jane says” closes tomorrow! . Image: Ann Shelton, “The Handmaid, Queen Anne’s Lace (Daucus sp.),” 2015-ongoing, Archival pigment print, 44 x 33 in/112 x 84 cm . . @annshelton_ #annshelton #dennydimingallery
This is the last weekend to see @annshelton_ solo exhibition “jane says”!! Stop by now that spring has sprung and see her works in person. Thank you to Margaret Carrigan ( @reallifemaggie) and Victoria Stapley-Brown for including “jane says” in exhibitions to see this weekend on @theartnewspaper.official
Bid on incredible work by our artists and support the Brooklyn Academy of Music! .... go to www.paddle8.com/auction/bam and find (1) Matt Mignanelli “Atlantic” a geometric + abstract field painting in his new ocean blue color starting at just $4,000 (and it’s 48 x 36 in). (2) Amanda Valdez “Time Trick” a painting with her signature embroidery starting bidding at $1,750. (3) Dana Sherwood “Alice/Persephone” a wonderful new silkscreen. If you want this one you will have to fight for it as the bids are already coming in... currently at $500.... Bidding ends tonight at 11 pm so don’t wait! Thank you to the artists @thunderloves @mattmignanelli @danasherwoodstudio for supporting @bam_brooklyn !
“The ancient Greeks named the plant apsinthos, sometimes referring to it as “Artemisia” after the goddess of medicine, Artemis … Looking to the plants around them almost as we would a vast supermarket or drugstore, early civilizations believed every plant was put on earth with a purpose, that often being to help humankind. Largo, Michael. (2014). New York, NY: William Morrow, pp 3–4.” An excerpt from Ann Shelton’s performance “the physical garden”. . Image: Ann Shelton, “The Mermaid, Wormwood (Artemisia sp.)”, 2015-ongoing, Archival pigment print, 44 x 33 in/112 x 84 cm. . The exhibition “janes says” is on view through Sunday, May 19th. . @annshelton_ #annshelton #dennydimingallery #janesays
Happy Mothers Day! Our current show “jane says” by @annshelton_ is aptly timed with what’s going on in several States currently. In many ways today a day to celebrate mother’s is also a day to promote the protection of reproductive freedom.
“Seven Games” by Brent Birnbaum opens on Thursday May 23rd ... work featured in post “A Landscape” 2018 - 2019 Boardgames on Dibond 28.25 x 40in
“jane says” by @annshelton_ is on view at the gallery.... this week after going to all the fairs you should come by to say hi!
Stop by to see @annshelton_’s solo exhibition “jane says” at our new gallery location at 39 Lispenard St. We’re open until 6PM today.
“The Hysteric, Fennel (Foeniculum sp.)” by @annshelton_ on view in her solo exhibition “jane says” until May 19th. Come out to the gallery to see this exhibition.
Gallery artist @jteenhill is taking part in the 7th edition of Counterpointe by @nortemaar info below. Hill worked with choreographer @michelle_thompson_ulerich on their piece titled “Shapeshifters”. Performances will take place Fri Apr 26-Sun Apr 28 at the @theactorsfund in Brooklyn. Photo by @alicechaconphotography Dancers: @catherineg13 & @itscalledande Location: The Actors Fund Arts Center 160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn Fri, Apr 26 at 7:30pm (sold out) Sat, Apr 27 at 7:30pm Sun, Apr 28 at 4pm
Ann Shelton’s ”jane says” is up now through May 19. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition in the United States and follows her recent career survey at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, New Zealand’s largest art institution.
Last night we officially opened the new Tribeca location at 39 Lispenard with a fantastic show “jane says” by @annshelton_
“jane says” by @annshelton_ opens tonight at our new location 39 Lispenard 6pm to 8pm with a performance at 7pm
This Thursday, April 18th, 6-8 @annshelton_ “jane says” opens at the new gallery location 39 Lispenard
Last day to see @lukediiorio’s exhibition “High Earth”. Stop by on this lovely Sunday! (Open until 6PM). #lukediiorio