May 20, 2019

Edward Cella Art + Architecture, Los Angeles, is showcasing new paintings by Sara Carter in the artist's first solo show with the gallery titled “A Novel's Protagonist.”

Carter, after working in San Francisco for several years, is back in Austin, Texas. Her artistic narrative is a personal and spiritual quest for beauty where she aims to build a transcendent environment through a wide range of expression and technical abilities. In a recent interview, she states, “My work is an articulation of perspective, perception, and experience as it pertains to states of mind within and beyond what is considered ordinary.”

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Chris Trueman | Artillery Pick of the Week

April 17, 2019 - Annabel Osberg

The title of Chris Trueman‘s show, “After(image),” betokens the fleeting vivid impressions his paintings convey. Hovering between abstraction and representation, each of his nine vibrant works currently on view at Edward Cella embodies a wide array of marks, evocations and references. Read more on Artillery.

New Armin Mühsam Mini Doc

April 12, 2019

 Check out this new mini doc by Two Seams Videos about Armin Mühsam.


Jennifer Vanderpool's Untold Stories: A Forgotten Underclass in Rust Belt Urban Renewal

April 1, 2019

Untold Stories is an ongoing multi-venue project where the exhibition functions as a case study of the city where it is taking place. For each location, Vanderpool creates imaginary realism prints and documentaries and curates archival materials into the exhibition. Untold Stories' narrative objectifies outmoded imagery of blighted deindustrialized cities and employs them as allegories to evoke questions about neighborhood decay and gentrification, segregation and integrated cities, generations of unemployment and economic redevelopment.   


Untold Stories is on view at The Tyler History Center where the exhibition functions as a case study of Youngstown, while at the Emily Davis Gallery it emphasizes Akron. Together the venues work hand in hand to query the social, political, economic, and racial crises faced by these legacy cities located 50 miles apart in Northeast Ohio.   The Exhibition runs from March 11 - April 19, 2019   

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George Legrady: ART and CAKE review of Stargazers: Intersections of Contemporary Art & Astronomy

March 27, 2019 - Liz Goldner

If looking at the heavens at night and at the origins of the universe are palliatives for today’s troubled times, this exhibition will soothe our anxious souls.

This art meets science exhibition is inspired by Orange Coast College’s new planetarium, and comprised of drawings, paintings, sculpture, assemblage, photography and computer generated images. The show alludes to the international movement, combining art with science and technology—prevalent in studios, universities and journals.


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Crowds Flock to see Blinky the Friendly Hen: 40th Anniversary Exhibition

March 19, 2019 - Genie Davis

Just closed at California State University Northridge Art Gallery, the 40th anniversary exhibition of Blinky the Friendly Hen is a tour de force. The exhibition is all of these things: performance art, gallery show, and homage to both Blinky herself and Blinky’s immortalizer, artist Jeffrey Vallance.



Join us at Westweek 2019 for a discussion about the intersection of art and design

March 15, 2019

On Wednesday at noon in suite B310, there will be a panel on collecting with art dealer Edward Cella, Thomas Lavin, and Justin Marr.

George Legrady in STARGAZERS: Intersections of Contemporary Art & Astronomy Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion, Costa Mesa, CA

March 15, 2019 - Jennie E. Park

The Stargazers show at the Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion in Costa Mesa, curated by gallery director Tyler Stallings to coincide with the opening of Orange Coast College’s state-of-the-art planetarium this month, interweaves scientific explorations of the cosmos with the mysticism of Jung’s collective unconscious. While created separately by five artists and three artist teams over the course of several years, the works’ interpretive liberties with astronomy data and history reflect stunningly common colors, placidity and mandala-like geometries evidencing Jung’s notion of synchronicity, or the uncanny coincidence of events pointing to a shared undercurrent of symbols and aspirations. Through meaningfully warped timeframes and spatial scales, the works guide us in turn through the cosmos—macrocosmically with the aid of astronomical tools, and microcosmically through our bodies as cavities of spiritual wonder—collectively inviting us to reconsider and resolve our position within it.

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Hyperallergic Review of Rema Ghuloum's Love Is A Feeling: An Artist Uses Abstraction to Express the Loss of Her Sisters

February 25, 2019 - Daniel Gerwin

Rema Ghuloum’s life-affirming response to this loss has been to make paintings whose direct and unapologetic pursuit of beauty feels rare.


George Legrady in A Brilliant Spectrum: Recent Gifts in Color Photography at Santa Barbara Museum of Art. January 27 - May 5, 2019

February 18, 2019

Representing a broad range of artists, years, techniques, and themes, this exhibition of approximately 30 works offers viewers a rich and engrossing experience of color photographs by emerging and established artists alike, as it presents a concise and select traversal through the history of color photography from its origins as an accepted artistic tool in the 1960s and 70s, up to today’s most conceptually-driven practices. Due to the generosity of patrons who have given works of art and acquisition funds, the Museum has been able to significantly deepen and expand its holdings in the field of color photography, a groundbreaking and still-influential mode of expression in the art of the past 50 years.