New work by Clarissa Bonet

We are thrilled to share new work by Clarissa Bonet. You can see all the images in her City Space series online and in the gallery!

Removal, 2015
Removal, 2015
Push, 2015
Push, 2015
Ground Glass, 2015
Ground Glass, 2015
Splatter, 2015
Splatter, 2015

City Space images are available as 24 x 30″ and 32 x 40″ pigment prints made in editions of 6 + 2 AP’s. Pieces range in price from $2600 to $8000, depending on size.

VOLTA NY 2016

VOLTANYWe are excited to announce that we will be at VOLTA NY this year! VOLTA NY is the invitational fair of solo artist projects and is the American incarnation of the original Basel VOLTA show, which was founded in 2005. Gregory Scott will be our featured artist. We’re looking forward to having a booth dedicated to his work and being a part of this incredible fair. See you March 2 – 6.

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Gregory Scott pictured in front of his work at Expo Chicago, 2015.

VOLTA NY

THE INVITATIONAL SOLO PROJECT FAIR FOR CONTEMPORARY ART.
MARCH 2–6, 2016 – PIER 90, NEW YORK

Do you visit your doctor to see art?

The next time you visit your dermatologist’s office, be sure to look at the art on the walls. We would be willing to bet that the work you see is not as good as our client’s office. He has two Gregory Scott videos and a Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison hanging in his waiting room. His patients must never get bored while they wait for their appointments!

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New Work by Francesco Pergolesi

CEG is excited to announce the release of three new photographs by Francesco Pergolesi!

Charlie, Roma, 2016 © Francesco Pergolesi
Clark, Roma, 2016 © Francesco Pergolesi
Lisa, Roma, 2016 © Francesco Pergolesi

To see more work by Francesco Pergolesi, click here.

Francesco’s work will be on view at the gallery this Spring.

Francesco Pergolesi: Heroes
May 6 — July 1, 2016

Chat Room, CEG’s new podcast

chatroom_final_logoThe second episode of our new podcast, Chat Room, is now available! Chat Room features Catherine Edelman in discussion with curators, artists and industry professionals. Edelman will talk about artists, trends, the politics of the business and offer the public an inside view into what goes on in the gallery and museum worlds. New episodes are released biweekly on Saturdays; subscribe to the podcast through iTunes, PodBean, Vimeo and our website!

We are still filming new episodes and we encourage the public to email the gallery with questions that they would like answered [info@edelmangallery.com].