Edward Cella Gallery presents a group exhibition of art and design at the Thomas Lavin Showroom at the Pacific Design Center. Featuring paintings, drawings, photographs, ceramics and glass; the exhibition highlights the interplay color, form and line across the practices of Rema Ghuloum, Manny Krakowski, Armin Mühsam, Timothy McMullen, Brad Miller, Jill Moser, Aili Schmeltz, Robert Stone, Chris Trueman and Amir Zaki. Removed from the gallery’s white box setting; the exhibition showcases artworks in a domestic like environment that proposes the radical yet elemental luxury of collecting and living with contemporary art at home. The varied materials and methodologies of the artists included in the exhibition emphasize the plurality of contemporary practices in California today.
An Artful Life is the first of an on-going sequence of exhibitions curated by gallerist, Edward Cella of Edward Cella Art + Architecture in collaboration with the Thomas Lavin Showroom. Through regular presentation of new and notable contemporary artists; the ongoing series seeks to open a dialog between artists, designer professionals and collectors in Los Angeles and beyond.
AN ARTFUL LIFE @ THOMAS LAVIN SHOWROOM
8687 Melrose Ave, Suite B310
West Hollywood, CA 90069
The An Artful Life is free and open to the public. Hours are Tuesday – Friday 9:00 AM though 5:00 PM; Valet, garage, and street parking are available.
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Edward Cella | email@example.com | 323.525.0053
ABOUT EDWARD CELLA ART & ARCHITECTURE
Edward Cella Art & Architecture is committed to supporting significant established, mid-career, and emerging artists, architects, and designers. Nurturing this hybridity, the gallery uniquely exhibits photography, painting, sculpture, architectural drawings, models, and design objects with an emphasis on the intersection of these disciplines. Edward Cella founded Edward Cella Art & Architecture in 2006, building on his background as an architectural historian with a decade of experience in art advisory and collection management and a passion for collecting architectural drawings and ephemera, as well as contemporary art and erotica. The gallery sustains a curatorial emphasis on discourses surrounding issues of cultural and conceptual significance and has represented historical and under-recognized estates and collections.