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.

Text reads: Photo London Digital. Open Now. 7-18 October 2020. There is an abstract collage to the left of the text on a blue background.

Photo London Digital 2020

Please join us for Photo London Digital, the first international photography fair online. The Fair will run from 7–18 October 2020, with two preview days on October 5 and 6. We are pleased to showcase the work of Rubén Martín de Lucas, Liat Elbling, Michael Koerner, Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison, Francesco Pergolesi, and Gregory Scott. You can view the artwork virtually on our website and on Artsy. CEG will also be hosting various Instagram Live events throughout the run of the fair!


EXPO CHICAGO Exhibition Weekend + West Town Art Walk

We’re thrilled to participate in EXPO CHICAGO'S EXHIBITION Weekend, an online showcase of Chicago-based exhibitions, galleries, and institutions, highlighted by virtual tours and programming this September 25–27. During EXHIBITION Weekend will also be the West Town Art Walk 2020, which will be a hybrid event, with virtual and in-person elements. Join us for a weekend full of art!

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Colleen Plumb & Katherine Kassouf Cummings on their piece "The Invisible Visible (A Phoenix Zones Initiative Project), 2020"

Artist Colleen Plumb & writer Katherine Kassouf Cummings share with us the process and inspiration behind their collaborative, interactive piece The Invisible Visible (A Phoenix Zones Initiative Project), 2020, on view as part of "Photography & _____." Expressed through photography, sculpture, video, and writing, Colleen Plumb & Katherine Kassouf Cummings’ collaboration invites an examination of our relationship to the invisible that exists all around us.


Jeff Wolin & Jennifer Greenburg their collaboration for "Photography & _____"

Jeffrey Wolin & Jennifer Greenburg discuss their collaborative piece "Still Life: A Coronavirus Dialog, 2020" that they made during quarantine for our current exhibition "Photography & _____". The obstacle of collaborative work, done without the ability to meet, had to be overcome. They met via Zoom every week while mostly making photographs by ourselves in isolation. When they began sharing images with one another, they were pleasantly surprised to discover how many seemed to pair up; they were having a symbiotic experience.


CASE Art Fund Joins Catherine Edelman Gallery!

We are excited to announce that CASE Art Fund has joined Catherine Edelman Gallery! What does this mean? It means that when you visit CEG, a portion of the lower level will be devoted to BriefCASE artists. BriefCASE is a selection of limited editioned photographs by CASE photographers. Starting in September, visitors will be able to see these photographs, read about the organizations that CASE donates to, and support photography with a mission.