In Sandro Miller’s new collaboration with John Malkovich, Psychogenic Fugue, David Lynch’s most iconic scenes and characters come alive! After their successful Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich– Homage to photographic masters (2014) photo project, Sandro directs John Malkovich again, this time as the Log Lady from cult ’90s TV show Twin Peaks; Frank Booth from Blue Velvet and many more, including David Lynch himself!
Sandro also made a short movie hosted by Squarespace, Playing Lynch, which he calls “A collaborating meditation on the work of David Lynch“. Scenes can be downloaded individually or as a complete 20-minute movie for $10. The donations will go to the David Lynch Foundation. The movie’s soundtrack, The Music of David Lynch, features many artists including Zola Jesus, Sky Ferreira, Duran, Duran.
Visit CEG’s website to see the entire Psychogenic Fugue series!
CEG wishes everyone a relaxing Labor Day weekend. We will be closed on Saturday, September 3rd for our own day of rest before the fall season begins! We hope you will join us September 9 for the opening reception of Clarissa Bonet: City Space + Stray Light.
After spending time in Barcelona, Francesco Pergolesi was inspired to make new work. We are thrilled to share the new images and look forward to featuring all three in our booth during Expo Chicago in September!
Francesco Pergolesi’s images (made in 2016) are available as 10 x 15″ pigment print mounted to plexi, framed and backlit with LED light and 23½ x 35½” pigment print in an editions of 7 + 2 APs and 3 + 2 APs, respectively. Pieces range in price from $2200 – $4000, depending on size and availability.
Chicago has been a flutter about the Art Institute of Chicago’s exhibition, Van Gogh’s Bedroom. The entire city has participated in the Van Gogh fever, including CEG! Gregory Scott has been inspired by Van Gogh, as can be seen by his piece completed last year, Van Gogh’s Bedroom, 2015. This piece has been on view in the gallery concurrent with the Art Institute exhibition. Visit CEG to experience Gregory Scott’s playful version of the famous bedroom!
Clarissa Bonet was recently in New York City making new photographs for her series Stray Light. The following are three new images, one of which will be featured in our booth during AIPAD (April 14-17).
All images in the Stray Light series can be seen on CEG’s website here.