Catherine Edelman Gallery is honored to present Meditations in an Emergency, Bettina von Zwehl's latest portrait series inspired by the teenage die-ins that were staged shortly after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Von Zwehl presents seventeen portraits of New York City teenagers (the result of the first artist-in-residence at the New York Historical Society) in the … Continue reading “Bettina von Zwehl: Meditations in an Emergency” opens January 17
Catherine Edelman Gallery is pleased to debut the work of international photographers Nicolás Combarro, Hannah Hughes and Lilly Lulay, alongside well-known Chicagoan, Aimée Beaubien, in New Formations. The show opens January 17 and runs through March 7, 2020. There will be an opening reception Friday, January 17 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Select artists will be … Continue reading CEG Opens the Winter Season with Group Exhibition, “New Formations”
The Art Miami VIP Preview, benefiting the Perez Art Museum Miami, takes place today from 6:00 - 10:00 pm. We are thrilled with our completed booth and looking forward to the fair! Here are a few images of our booth AM211. See you soon! Click here to view all the artwork and be sure to … Continue reading Art Miami 2019 Opens Today!
Join us December 14 to hear local writers read work based on the theme "Acts Without Words" in conjunction with our current exhibition! RSVP here! Catherine Edelman Gallery is thrilled to present the fourth installment of Art Speaks, that takes place in the gallery every second Saturday from 12:00 – 1:00 pm. This new year-round … Continue reading CEG’s Next Art Speaks: “Acts Without Words”
Thank you to everyone who came out Tuesday, October 29 to Catherine Edelman Gallery for a discussion between Sandro Miller and Mark Golitko! The event was a huge success and our space was completely full with art lovers, photographers, and anthropologists eager to hear about Sandro Miller and Mark Golitko's experiences in Papua New Guinea. … Continue reading Papua New Guinea Discussion with Sandro Miller