Art and Cake LA, Shift and Big House Perfectly Paired at DENK Gallery

Artspace 6 Outstanding Artworks at Untitled

Artspace names Tim Hawkinson's "Gumball" as one of the 6 Outstanding Artworks at Untitled, San Francisco 2018

Augusta Wood in Flaunt Magazine

Augusta Wood in Flaunt Magazine

AUGUSTA WOOD | IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK THEY MIGHT NOT FEEL SO ALONE by Devin Hendricks

01/24/2018

“What is behind me and what is in front of me continuously overlap,” Los Angeles-based artist Augusta Wood tells me, gathering in one beautiful phrase her thoughts on life, experience, and, more specifically, her creative process. Her book, I have only what I remember, combines photography with memory, existence with architecture, and light with time to create what she calls “a more complete image.” This book is composed of works created in her grandparents’ now vacant 1955 modernist New York home, which feature projections of family photographs hauntingly layered over the now desolate home in which the memories were made.

 
Three Solo Shows at DENK

Three Solo Shows at DENK

Helen Rebekah Garber: Thaumaturgy / Ichiro Irie: Garmonbozia Sagrada / David DiMichele: Real and Unreal - Extended through January 13 DENK Gallery, Los Angeles By Shana Nys Dambrot

January 4, 2018

Creation, destruction, renewal; threat, protection, materialism; reality, illusion, and all manner of Utopias (including the ironic) are the order of the day with three concurrent solo shows on view at DENK. The artists don’t work together, but this curated trio is just a salient coincidence; in all of the best possible ways, these installations highlight and augment certain resonant facets in each artist’s practice creating crosscurrents that elevate the whole.

Artillery Best in Show 2017

LA based Artillery Magazine cites Kelly McLanes "Peckerwoods" at DENK Gallery as one of the best 10 shows of 2017

Artillery Magazine, Kelly McLane's Peckerwoods, Pick of the Week

November 15, 2017 by Annabel Osberg

'Conceptual Craft' at DENK Gallery: The wood chair returned to nature and other heady ideas

'Conceptual Craft' at DENK Gallery: The wood chair returned to nature and other heady ideas

by Leah Ollman, Los Angeles Times

An exhibition review by LA Times Critic Leah Ollman

80/50 Quiet Storm

by Ezrha Jean Black, Artillery Magazine

A review of the show, 80/50 Quiet Storm

Matthew Anthony Stokes in Wall Street International Magazine

May 20-July 8 at DENK Gallery

Pops of Rainbow Color on Metal and Wood Sculptures Spin a Tale of Environmental Exploitation

Pops of Rainbow Color on Metal and Wood Sculptures Spin a Tale of Environmental Exploitation

The Creators Project

Coverage: DENK Gallery Opens with Inaugural Exhibition “JUNGLE CITIES”, by Arne Quinze

Coverage: DENK Gallery Opens with Inaugural Exhibition “JUNGLE CITIES”, by Arne Quinze

Cartwheel Art Magazine

Arne Quinze Opens Jungle Cities in the City of Angels

Arne Quinze Opens Jungle Cities in the City of Angels

Huffington Post

1/26/2017

Can This Doctor’s New Gallery Make Art L.A.’s Next Wellness Trend?

Can This Doctor’s New Gallery Make Art L.A.’s Next Wellness Trend?

ARTSY EDITORIAL

January 24, 2017

Arne Quinze Presents Jungle Cities Exhibition at Denk Gallery in Los Angeles

designboom

01/24/2017