Review: Pedro Guerrero at the New Canaan Historical Society
October 29, 2018 - Christina Hennessy
"Where the family settled was an important part of its story. But for Pedro E. Guerrero, this rural burb and its surrounding bedroom communities had a profound impact on his artistic legacy. In his proverbial backyard, a handful of architects was creating a mid-century modern look that came to define a golden era in American architecture. Bold and innovative, it shaped homes, churches, offices, ice rinks and apartment complexes.
Guerrero captured it all through the lens of his camera and brought it to the world.
The intersection between the personal and professional life of Pedro E. Guerrero can be traversed through Dec. 9 at the New Canaan Historical Society, which is presenting the exhibition “Pedro E. Guerrero: The Photographer of Mid-Century New Canaan,” along with Edward Cella Art and Architecture, the Los Angeles gallery that represents Guerrero’s estate."