Last week of Gregory Scott’s exhibition!

Gregory Scott with his piece In the next room, 2012
Gregory Scott’s work has had a few exciting weeks – from the gallery walls to Expo Chicago then on to San Francisco and back. We are now in the final week of the exhibition, In Still Motion. If you haven’t been in to see this fantastic show, be sure to stop by CEG. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to see eight pieces at once!

For more information about In Still Motion, watch Gregory’s artist talk below or visit CEG’s website.

Gustavo Lacerda’s book Albinos is hot off the press!

We are excited to announce that Gustavo Lacerda’s new book, Albinos, is now available for purchase through the publisher, Magdalene! It will also be available at Magdalene’s booth during Paris Photo, booth #EE24.

Take a look inside Albinos to see 35 of Gustavo’s stunning portraits and a hand written letter from the mother of a set of twin sisters he photographed.

In California? Stop by and see Ysabel LeMay!

In Palo Alto, CA? Stop by and see Ysabel LeMay’s recent commission on view at Bloomingdale’s!

The Cathedral installed at Bloomingdale's Stanford Store Palo Alto, CA © Ysabel LeMay
The Cathedral installed at Bloomingdale’s Stanford Store Palo Alto, CA © Ysabel LeMay

The diptych, The Cathedral Part A and The Cathedral Part B, illustrates a visual tribute to the local California Redwood Forest. Read Ysabel’s description about each image below:


The Tallest Tree in the World lives in the Redwood Forests of Northern California. Botanists have named him ”Hyperion”.The Cathedral A © Ysabel LeMay Back when Hyperion was just a tiny seedling, about eight hundred years ago, human ingenuity and architectural savoir-faire was allowing our ancestors to reach new breathtaking heights with the construction of magnificent gothic cathedrals.

Meanwhile, Nature had quietly been building its own cathedrals for a million years.

It is one such Sanctuary that I had the chance to discover when I was doing research for this project. It is impossible to describe with words the feelings that washed over me when I was in the middle of these majestic giants. At the same time colossal and elementary, peaceful and lively, these surroundings fill you with a sense of wonder, humility and reverence. I could not help but thinking that these monumental trees were communicating with each other, through their complex network of roots and the rustling of their leaves, like an immortal council pondering, with ancient wisdom, the eternal passing of time.

Another aspect I wanted to convey with this piece is the veritable symphony of Life, supported and protected by these Titans: Moss, flowering shrubs, orchids, ferns, berries, myriads of butterflies and birds.


The stage is set. We may now enter this place of Wonders and discover a few of the fascinating characters who inhabit it.The Cathedral B © Ysabel LeMay While the first mural conveyed the awe-inspiring quality of the Redwood Forest, with this second one, I wanted the viewer to walk into the Cathedral, to have a more intimate connection with the flora and fauna of this ecosystem, to feel this Life through the surreal vision that characterizes my work.

Lively and colorful, it also expresses peace and serenity, and hints at the subtle interactions between all the creatures living harmoniously in this World.

See more work by Ysabel LeMay.

In Still Motion is still in motion!

Gregory Scott may think he’s camouflaged in Don’t Fade Away, 2013, but we can see him spread across the cover of PDN’s November 2014 issue!

Stop by and see new work by Gregory Scott at his current exhibition In Still Motion on view until November 1st!

Artist Talk with Gregory Scott

Gregory Scott on cover of PDN November 2014 issue
Gregory Scott on cover of PDN November 2014 issue

Heather Dewey-Hagborg featured in SciArt in America 2014!

One of CEG‘s most recent artists, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, is featured on the cover of SciArt in America’s October 2014 issue! Interviewed by Julia Buntain, her article illustrates Heather’s concern with contemporary cultural ideas of surveillance, privacy and genetic security. Congrats Heather!

Full issue:
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SciArt in America 2014
SciArt in America 2014
SciArt in America 2014
SciArt in America 2014
SciArt in America 2014
SciArt in America 2014
SciArt in America 2014
SciArt in America 2014

Disorder. Chaos. Fantasy.

A pinch of disorder, a smidgen of chaos, and a few dashes of fantasy are the key ingredients within Julie Blackmon’s photographs.

CEG is excited to feature Garage Sale, 2013 and Homegrown Food, 2012 at Art Silicon Valley. Come take a peek at Julie’s fictitious reality where nothing is quite as it seems… we’re waiting for you in booth#13!

Julie Blackmon at Art Silicon Valley
Julie Blackmon at Art Silicon Valley
Garage Sale, 2013 © Julie Blackmon
Garage Sale, 2013 © Julie Blackmon

Purchase Silicon Valley Art Fair tickets HERE!