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Virtual Programming - scott b. davis

Do you want to learn more about scott b. davis's meditative work and complex process? Do you want to see his current solo exhibition Place in the Sun from the safety of your home? In order to extend our reach and create greater accessibility, CEG has organized virtual programming in conjunction with davis's exhibition. RSVP for an upcoming virtual event or watch one of our past events, which we have recorded for our audience!

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In/Sight Exhibition: Uncover

For our second In/Sight exhibition, CEG presents Uncover, featuring work by Barbara Diener, David Schalliol, and Kelly Kristin Jones. All three artists use photography to investigate and confront elements of history that has been left out of mainstream narratives. Together, these artists shine a light on difficult and complex histories, challenging the narratives that continue to shape our social and political landscapes.

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CEG Instagram Live!

During Photo London Digital 2020, CEG hosted several Instagram Live talks, giving our audience a deep dive into a specific gallery artist. For two of our Instagram Lives, the artists joined us! Michael Koerner spoke with Director Juli Lowe about his new series titled The God Cell, and Gregory Scott gave us a tour of his studio!

New Online Initiative - In/Sight

CEG has launched a new online initiative with the purpose of providing The Chicago Project artists additional exposure. We are excited to introduce In/Sight, a series of micro-exhibitions on our website that gives insight into a selection of works by The Chicago Project photographers. For our inaugural In/Sight exhibition, we present Interior + Exterior, featuring the work of Jim Ferguson, Angie McMonigal, Brad Pogatetz, and Samantha VanDeman.

Image: Scott B. Davis, ridgeline looking west and south copper mountains, arizona, 2018

Place in the Sun, featuring work by scott b. davis, opens Nov. 6, 2020

Catherine Edelman Gallery is pleased to present Place in the Sun, our first exhibition of works by scott b. davis. The show opens November 6 and runs through December 31, 2020. There will be an opening reception on Friday, November 6, from 12:00 – 7:00 p.m.

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The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Acquires Work by Clarissa Bonet!

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston has recently acquired a piece by Clarissa Bonet! The piece, titled "SL.2016.0215 NYC, 2016," is part of the artist's series Stray Light, an ongoing project that captures the nocturnal urban landscape. Carefully constructing each image from multiple photographs, Bonet reforms the urban landscape in her own vision.