Jess T. Dugan Receives 2019 Infinity Award from the International Center of Photography

Congratulations to Jess. T. Dugan for receiving a 2019 Infinity Award from the International Center of Photography in the Emerging Photographer category! The award honors outstanding achievement in photography and visual arts. In conjunction with this award, Dugan will be giving an artist talk at the International Center of Photography on April 1, 6:30 pm, … Continue reading Jess T. Dugan Receives 2019 Infinity Award from the International Center of Photography

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Grand Opening! Joel-Peter Witkin: From The Studio

Image: Joel-Peter Witkin, A Mermaid’s Tale, NM, 2018.

We are thrilled to inaugurate our new space with the groundbreaking exhibition Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio. Joel-Peter Witkin will be joining us at the opening on May 3 from 5:00 - 8:00 pm. After more than 31 years in River North, Catherine Edelman Gallery is relocating to 1637 W. Chicago Ave., in the growing … Continue reading Grand Opening! Joel-Peter Witkin: From The Studio

Opening tonight: Michael Kenna / The CEG Salon!

We are thrilled to present the 20th exhibition of work by Michael Kenna, and The CEG Salon, as our final shows in our River North location. Both shows open January 11 and run through March 16, 2019. The opening reception is tonight, January 11, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.  After 31 years in River North, … Continue reading Opening tonight: Michael Kenna / The CEG Salon!

Small works at booth 211

This year at Art Miami, CEG is featuring several artists exhibiting work smaller in scale. We hope you'll stop by the both and experience these intimate pieces in person. Marina Black Marina Black’s photography is about experimentation and the physical process of reworking the surface. She works in analogue, digital and camera-less technologies and likes … Continue reading Small works at booth 211

Portraiture on view in Miami

  Alanna Airitam When Alanna Airitam (b. 1971, Queens, NY) was studying the history of art, she noticed the absence of black people in the history of Western art. This exclusion is familiar to many dark-skinned people who are used to seeing themselves represented in paintings and films as domestic workers, slaves or barbarians. By … Continue reading Portraiture on view in Miami