Edward Cella Art & Architecture
EDWARD CELLA, DIRECTOR
ECAA @ THE THOMAS LAVIN SHOWROOM
Pacific Design Center, Suite B310
8687 Melrose Ave.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Monday - Friday 9 AM to 5 PM
ECAA @ HIMALAYA CLUB
1109 N. La Brea Ave.
Inglewood, CA 90302
Dates and hours are limted to announced projects.
8033 W. Sunset Blvd., Box 3000
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Edward Cella Art & Architecture is committed to supporting significant established, mid-career, and emerging artists, architects, and designers. Nurturing this hybridity, the gallery uniquely exhibits photography, painting, sculpture, architectural drawings, models, and design objects with an emphasis on the intersection of these mediums and disciplines. Supporting this vision, Edward Cella Art & Architecture presents works by its artists in on going curated presentations in two public venues in Los Angeles. Offering an ever-changing selection of new and recent works in context with the collections of the Thomas Lavin Showroom at the Pacific Design Center, ECAA highlights its commitment to the interrelationship of art, design, and architecture.
Visitors to the Edward Cella Art & Architecture @ Thomas Lavin Showroom are welcome Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm. Appointments to meet with Edward Cella are welcomed and encouraged. For easiest access to the Thomas Lavin Showroom, please use the PDC Garage and park on Level 4. Walk towards the Melrose side of the garage and in the far-right corner are doors leading to the outdoor terrace that connect directly to the third floor of the Blue Building. The Lavin Showroom is directly ahead inside.
Beginning in the Fall of 2022 and in collaboration with the Los Angeles based artist in residency project Himalaya Club, Edward Cella Art & Architecture introduces notable emerging artists living and working in Berlin to audiences in California and beyond, Intended as an annual series of short, focused exhibitions that will take place in the Fall and Winter, Berliner Fokus seeks to address over time the narratives that bind, differentiate, and distinguish the art communities of Los Angeles and Berlin; and build on the longer established cultural exchanges of these two sister cities. Current and upcoming project are announced on this site's exhibition page, and for further information, please contact Edward Cella directly.