Hot Off The Press: Terry Evans

In our new video series Hot Off The Press, we have conversations with our photographers about their new work. In this week's episode, we are talking to Chicago-based photographer Terry Evans about her recent series Ancient Prairies and, more specifically, her newest piece "Fall Bur Oak, 2019."

Spotlight: "At Home"

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 "At Home." From the controlled chaos in Julie Blackmon’s images, to the peaceful serenity in Doug Prince’s light boxes and Kate Breakey’s still lifes, to the imaginative worlds portrayed by Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison and Elizabeth Ernst, "At Home" reminds us of things we may take for granted and yet are most important.

Week at a Glance #2

As part of our series of online initiatives, we have launched weekly posts that provide you with a look at what we will be discussing and sharing throughout the week. This Week at a Glance includes a conversation with Terry Evans discussing her newest work, a studio visit with Floriane de Lassée, and the new Spotlight exhibition "At Home."

Work From Home: Jess T. Dugan

Every Saturday, we will be sharing a video as part of our new initiative “Work From Home: Inside the Artist’s Studio." Each photographer will answer three questions while talking about their studio practice. First up is photographer Jess T. Dugan, who gives us a look into her studio and shares some of her tips on staying motivated.

Hot Off The Press: Francesco Pergolesi

Introducing Hot Off The Press, a new video series where we have conversations with our photographers about their new work. We are kicking off this series by talking to Italian artist Francesco Pergolesi about his new series "STARS."

Best Places to View Photography Online

What are your favorite websites to go to view inspiring photography? (Besides, Catherine Edelman Gallery's website, of course!) We asked some of our photographers this question and compiled a list for all of you out there who miss viewing photography in real life! Is your favorite on the list?