Monday, April 15, 2019

dnj Gallery Artist -- Corey Grayhorse

dnj Gallery artist Corey Grayhorse was recently interviewed for Voyage LA Magazine.
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* her artwork can be seen in the upcoming exhibition, “Development”, from May 18 - July 6.

Sunday, April 14, 2019

dnj Gallery artists Dylan Vitone and Melanie Walker-- "A Dilettante review"

Dylan Vitone:
"Sprinkler", South Boston Project Pittsburgh Project

"Beetle Burn", Wanderlust

These dnj Gallery artists are exhibited in "Progression" through May 11th.

“At dnj Gallery’s typical espousal of the avant-garde in contemporary photography, Dylan Vitone strikes a chord at the seemingly anachronistic journalistic recording of human affairs. I say anachronistic because with the zeitgeist inundated with portable hand-held cameras powering stronger technology than space missions decades ago, there is a shift in the lens’s perspective. Cameras are now actively used to create solipsistic worlds where only the creator exists; rather than having the lens observe the world, our society chooses to have the lens observe itself ..." - Joseph A. Hazani

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

dnj Gallery artist Dylan Vitone

MoonArk, a project by Carnegie Mellon University faculty, students, and collaborators including dnj Gallery artist Dylan Vitone, was recently shown at "Hors Piste", the annual festival at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, which this year focused on the moon and its place in arts and culture.

MoonArk will be sending a cylindrical museum to the moon, comprised of four chambers containing images, music, and other objects with the intent "to direct our attention from the Earth outward, into the cosmos and beyond and reflect back to Earth as an endless dialogue that speaks to our context within the universe."

Explore the MoonArk here.

Monday, April 8, 2019

dnj Gallery artist -- Melanie Walker: "Catalyst Interview"

dnj Gallery artist -- Melanie Walker:

"Catalyst Interview"
Archival Pigment Print on Kozoa 

 "... because Melanie has been at this a long time, and has been shaping some extremely well developed bodies of work. Not only is she an accomplished and prolific artist, her father was as well. The "apple doesn't fall far from the tree" is in full effect here, and it shows. In fact, after some discussion with Melanie about how enormous an influence he was on her, it was decided to not just examine this influence with some of my questions in the interview, but include a brief history of Todd Walker with a selection of his own work as well." see more
Melanie Walker's photo-based artwork will be shown in the upcoming exhibition, "Progression" opening on March 23rd.