Reviews from 2020

Jeffrey Wolin: "Faces of Homelessness"

The Od Review

The Od Review discusses Jeffrey Wolin's portraits, offering great insight into his newest seres "Faces of Homelessness." Read More

"Photography & _____" + "Hibakusha: A tribute to the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings"

Cultural Weekly

"Photography & _____" + "Hibakusha: A tribute to the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings" open at Catherine Edelman Gallery Read More

Virtual Visual Culture

New Art Examiner

New Art Examiner discusses exhibitions that have gone virtual, including Daniel Beltrá: "The Amazon." Read More

The Changing Face of the Amazon, in Photos

Huck Magazine

Over the past three decades, Spanish photographer Daniel Beltrá has been documenting the human influence on the world’s environment. “Very early on, my love for the natural world developed into a concern for what was happening,” Beltra says. Read More

The 12 Best Gallery Exhibitions Across the Country Opening in Spring

The Observer

Even a brief look at upcoming exhibitions across the country demonstrates the obvious—we’re in a golden age for art. On March 13, Daniel Beltrá: "The Amazon" opens at Catherine Edelman gallery. In his latest show, Beltrá showcases fifteen photographs taken of the Amazon rainforest over the last twenty years, providing an astonishing look at devastation caused by clear cutting and forest fires. Read More

In Conversation: Juli Lowe on "New Formations"


Photographic arts publication Aint-Bad interviews CEG Director Juli Lowe, discussing the exhibition "New Formations." Read More

Catherine Edelman Gallery: New Formations

All About Photo

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