Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Suda House- Aperture Magazine


Suda is featured in the September issue of Aperture Magazine #232:

"Reviewing the catalog, one is struck by the variety of forms and subject matter, as well as the humor, the lively energy, and the insouciance of much of the work.  The exhibition contained everything from a Kienholz sculpture made from a salvaged car door, where a silk-screened print from a photograph, rather than glass, fills the window frame; a bundle of snapeshots tied together with a string like a stack of newspapers (George Blakely's A Cubic Foot of Photographs, 1978); abstracted image fragments of female body parts sourced from porn and printed on maxi pas (Suda House's Stay Free Series, 1976);" 
- Erin O'Toole
For the entire article see below:


Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Inaugural Exhibition Opening Reception

"What's New?"

Saturday, September 8th, 2018



Featuring: Sia Aryai, Catherine Asanov, Ellen Cantor, Ray Carofano, Darryl Curran,
Corey Grayhorse, Suda House, Gil Kofman, Clay Lipsky, LA Marler, Rick Risemberg,
Annie Seaton, Dylan Vitone, Melanie Walker.

Monday, August 13, 2018

dnj Gallery artist Catherine Asanov

dnj Gallery's artist Catherine Asanov recently shot Badgley Mishka's Fall campaign.
 She was recognized as The Best Fashion Ad Campaign of Fall 2018 on WWD.  
Click link to read more.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Eminent Domain Exhibition

dnj Gallery artist LA Marler to be featured in NYC's Eminent Domain Exhibition



SHE is the new Buddha2018
Print is archival inks on canvas, unframed
40 x 50 inches
$2995

“SHE is the new Buddha"


This mixed media artwork is photography based. I took the photos in Maui (while celebrating my parents’ 50th anniversary) and digitally collaged them. It is printed using ultrachrome archival inks on canvas stock. This creates a final image that textured and flexible. Then the photo collage print is hand-painted with acrylics for a unique art piece. Ramon builds the frame and stretches the canvas. 

Buddha’s eyes are #rainbows with ultra violet light flooding through.

The Holy Ghost is symbolically at her third eye.

She gently holds the powerful swordfish on it back as a reminder of infinite wisdom and balance that are always in play.

Lovely pink flowers hanging from Hawaiian trees grace the heroine! BTW Heroine became a negative over a drug that blames women for the problem!

Swordfish pattern is an original photograph that I created a mandala-style pattern to symbolize flow and force of unseen energy in the air.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

"What Would Stanley Do?"

A reading of a new play by dnj Gallery Artist Gil Kofman
"What Would Stanley Do?"

Sunday June 24th, 2018 at 6:30pm


Tuesday, May 29, 2018

dnj Artist Melanie Walker Awarded

dnj Gallery is pleased to announce that artist Melanie Walker has been awarded the honorable mention in the alternative process category for the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards.







"I decided to work with some of my father's [Todd Walker] destroyed negatives found in his archive and I see it as a posthumous collaboration." - Melanie Walker

Friday, May 11, 2018

Hung Liu's work at SFMOMA

Hung Liu's work is currently being displayed now 
thorough early September, 2018 at SFMOMA