Denise Green profile Art Collector 2016


Denise Green is feeling a little panicked. After 40 years in her Tribeca studio, the Melbourne-born painter is moving, forced out by Manhattan’s ongoing redevelopment boom…

View Full PDF   2015   ARTCRITICAL PICK: Denise Green at Sundaram Tagore

By David Cohen

While the inclusion for the first time in her career of photography and drawing – juxtaposed within the same, sometimes large scale works – marks a radical departure for Denise Green, the veteran New York-based Australian painter has spent the best part of her career probing issues of memory, representation and the visual sign…

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AUSTRALIAN ART REVIEW 2012 Denise Green: An Artist’s Odyssey

By Betsy Brennan

How do you forge and sustain an international career as a painter (develop a personal language, survive economic ups and downs, secure exhibitions, attract collectors) and – here’s the tricky bit…

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ARTFORUM 2010 Denise Green Sundaram Tagore Gallery

By Ian Bourland

The paintings in Denise Green’s latest exhibition, “Wonder and Evanescence,” are florally themed but not flowery—they are serious latter-day abstractions. This is unsurprising given that the New York veteran trained at Hunter Collegesome forty years ago with Mark Rothko and Robert Motherwell. The influence of her teachers…

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THE BROOKLYN RAIL 2006 Denise Green Metonymy in Contemporary Art.

Museum Kurhaus in Kleve.

I first noticed the work of Denise Green, an Australian residing in New York since 1969, at the New Image Painting exhibition held by the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1978. Her paintings, along with those of Susan Rothenberg and Robert Moskowitz, marked a revival…

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ART IN AMERICA 1999   Language and Intuition

By Tiffany Bell

Denise Green’s art first gained attention when it was included along with paintings by artists such as Jennifer Bartlett, Neil Jenney and Susan Rothenberg in the exhibition “New Image Painting” at the Whitney Museum in 1978. She exhibited her work regularly at New York galleries in the late 1970s through the ‘80s. In the past decade, however, most of her shows…

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ART IN AMERICA 1975 Denise Green at the Art Resources Center of the Whitney Museum

By Ann Lauterbach

Many painters gravitate to New York, but most of them prefer to paint in it rather than paint it. Denise Green, originally from Australia, comes to New York via Paris, where she studied at the Beaux-Arts and the Sorbonne. In her recent exhibition, her second here, she showed paintings whose subject matter…

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