Mailing Address: 8033 W. Sunset Blvd., Box 3000
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Edward Cella is available by phone, email and by appointment.
Principal & Director
director at edwardcella.com
Please visit us at:
ECAA @ Thomas Lavin Showroom
Pacific Design Center
8687 Melrose Avenue, Suite B310
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Visitors to Edward Cella Art + Architecture @ Thomas Lavin Showroom are welcomed to visit during regular hours of opperation. Appointments with Edward Cella are welcomed and strongly encouraged.
In consideration of the health of its clients and staff, Edward Cella Art+Architecture and the Thomas Lavin Showroom is updating its measures to maintain a safe environment, including following city, state, and federal health guidelines where appropriate. In accordance with these regulations, we kindly ask that unvaccinated visitors to the gallery wear a mask during their visit.
Please do not come to the showroom if you have a fever, cough, or respiratory illness. Anyone exhibiting signs of illness will not be permitted entry. Thank you in advance for your understanding and patience.
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Edward Cella Art & Architecture was first established by director Edward Cella in 2006 to serve as an exploration into the intersection of Art & Architecture. As an art and architectural historian and collector, with over a decade of art advisory and collection management experience, the gallery began exhibiting photography, painting, sculpture, performance art, architectural drawings, models, and design objects. Focusing on both conceptual and material based practices, the gallery has continued to support and represent established artists and artist estates, as well as mid-career and emerging artists, architects, and designers. In 2007 the gallery presented its first major group exhibition featuring artists such as Billy Al Bengston, Richard Diebenkorn, Sam Francis, and Robert Motherwell. In 2009, the gallery presented unique drawings and objects in an exhibition of the 20thCentury’s most iconic architects: Buckminster Fuller, Frank Gehry, Richard Neutra, and Frank Lloyd Wright.
In 2015, the gallery moved from its location on Wilshire Boulevard across from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to 2754 S. La Cienega Boulevard in the Culver City Arts District in a building designed by Rachel Allen Architecture with graphics by Still Room. In 2020, the gallery closed its La Cienega Boulevard space. ECAA is now presenting projects and installations of our artist's new and recent works at the Thomas Lavin showroom at the Pacific Design Center, participating in selected national art fairs, and hosting online exhibitons and special features.
The gallery does not accept unsolicited submissions.