We are pleased to announce new works shown by Edward Cella Art & Architecture at Expo Chicago 2017.September 13 – September 17, 2017.
Edward Cella Art & Architecture / Booth 724
Edward Cella Art & Architecture will be debuting at the EXPO Chicago 2017 at Chicago’s Navy Pier in Booth 724. The gallery is uniquely positioned to present a focused exhibition of art, architectural drawings, and design objects at a time when EXPO Chicago has aligned with the Chicago Architecture Biennial for the first time.
The gallery will be presenting a selection of painting, photography, drawing, and sculpture by artists Alex Schweder, Jennifer Bolande, John Mason, Raúl Cordero, Jeffrey Vallance, Stephen Berens, and Pedro E. Guerrero. The gallery will also present drawings and prints by architects Richard Neutra, Buckminster Fuller, Lawrence Halprin, Stanley Tigerman, and Jimenez Lai with a brand-new glasswork by designer Alison Berger.
Edward Cella Art & Architecture is devoted to examining the exchange of ideas between built environments, bodies, and narratives. The gallery focuses on exhibiting photography, painting, sculpture, performance art, architectural drawings, models, and design objects. Concentrating on both conceptual and material based practices, the gallery has continued to support and represent established artists and artist estates, as well as mid-career and emerging artists, architects, and designers. The gallery’s interest in cross cultural exchange extends beyond exhibitions and includes supporting the development of educational events, lectures, publications, film, and music.
Expo Chicago brings together leading international exhibitors presented alongside one of the highest quality platforms for global contemporary art and culture. The exhibitors include internationally recognized galleries, emerging galleries included in the Exposure section, regional, national, and international non-profit institutions and museums a part of Special Exhibitions as well as highlighted presentations of artists’ works through Expo Chicago’s rigorous and challenging programming. The fair also presents onsite programs ranging from a panel discussion, series of provocative artistic discourse to curated selections of large scale site specific installations and dynamic film, video and new media works.