Have a great Mother's Day to all the mom's out there. We hope you have a wonderful day! If you are in New York, tell your kids you want to visit the Downtown Fair where you can see this incredible piece by Ysabel LeMay. To see more work by Ysabel LeMay, click here. To see … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day from CEG
CEG is featuring two video works by Gregory Scott this week in New York at the Downtown Fair. Don’t Fade Away, 2013 is 32 x 42” pigment print, oil on panel, and HD video with a video length of 4 min 40 sec, made in an Ed. of 8. Warholian, 2014 is a 32½ … Continue reading Don’t Fade Away & Warholian at the Downtown Fair
CEG is featuring works from Doug Prince's Photo-Sculpture series at the Downtown Fair. The series consists of images printed on film which are sandwiched between Plexiglas, creating a photographic fantasy. As light passes through the “boxes,” objects appear sharper, creating a drama, which taps into our memories and dreams. Each photo sculpture comes with comes … Continue reading Doug Prince’s Photo Sculptures at Downtown Fair
CEG is excited to be showing a grid of nine developer trays by John Cyr at Downtown Fair! Please stop by booth DT4 to see this fantastic work for yourself. John recently had a book published featuring this work by powerHouse books. To order the book, click here. Below you can view an artist talk … Continue reading John Cyr at Downtown Fair
As many of you know, we have been very busy lately! We have been at an art fair three out of the last five weeks and we are currently back in New York for the inaugural Downtown Fair. Rain or Shine, we don't mind, we are hard at work exhibiting incredible work by John Cyr, … Continue reading The Inaugural Downtown Fair Begins!
CEG is so proud of Lori Nix who received a 2014 Guggenheim fellowship. We knew all along she was brilliant!! Stop by the Downtown Fair to view three of Lori's pieces . We are in booth DT4, to the left of the entrance. Lori Nix has received many honors, including a 2010 and 2004 New … Continue reading Lori Nix receives Guggenheim