Earth Week at CEG

April 22, 2020 marks the 50-year anniversary of Earth Day, a global celebration supporting environmental protection. In honor of this celebratory anniversary, Catherine Edelman Gallery will showcase four artists whose works capture earth's beauty and speak to the effects we have on the environment. This entire week will be devoted to Earth Day, and will culminate on Saturday April 25, with a Zoominar between award winning conservation photographer Daniel Beltrá and Jerry Adelmann, President CEO of Openlands.

Image: Ysabel LeMay in her mobile studio.

Work From Home: Ysabel LeMay

For this week's "Work From Home," we hear from Ysabel LeMay from her nomadic studio space, currently stationed in Truth or Consequence, NM. Ysabel tells us about her decision living nomadically while making her art, what she is currently working on, and her daily practices that inform her work.


Hot Off The Press: Liat Elbling

In our video series Hot Off The Press, we have conversations with gallery artists about their work. In this week's episode, Juli Lowe talks with Liat Elbling, who discusses her recent series "Filling the Void." Strongly influenced by architecture, Elbling creates architectural models on her studio desk and photographs them.


Spotlight: "Adolescence"

Every week we are launching an exhibition that includes work by a gallery artist, or a thematic show based on our inventory. This week's Spotlight exhibition is "Adolescence," which highlights photographs of children by our gallery artists. During these challenging times, it has been said that we need to look to the youth for hope.

Week at a Glance #4

Week at a Glance is your one-stop-shop for what we will be discussing and sharing throughout the week on social media and on our blog. This week includes a conversation with artist Liat Elbling, the new Spotlight exhibition "Adolescence," and we revisit an interview with art advisor Patti Gilford.


Work From Home: Clarissa Bonet

For this week's episode of "Work From Home: Inside the Artist's Studio," we hear from Clarissa Bonet from inside her Chicago studio. Clarissa takes us through her studio, tells us what she is currently working on, and discusses the importance of experimentation.