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DeZeen: Buckminster Fuller anticipated the problems we're facing today, says exhibition curator

August 27, 2018 - Elenaor Gibson

Drawings and maquettes by Buckminster Fuller prove that he predicted current global issues, and demonstrate how he proposed to solve them, according to the curator of an upcoming exhibition about the late inventor.

The projects to be displayed in the Richard Buckminster Fuller, Inventions and Models exhibition – which opens at Edward Cella Art + Architecture in Los Angeles next month – present forward-thinking solutions for affordable housing and transport that make "the most with the least".

DeZeen: Eight of Buckminster Fuller's most forward-thinking ideas

August 27, 2018 - Elenaor Gibson

An exhibit celebrating the work of late American architect-inventor Richard Buckminster Fuller opens in Los Angeles next week. Here's eight of his futuristic designs, including "autonomous" prefab houses with bulging windows, an underwater island and a pared-back rowing boat.

Architect's Newspaper: Buckminster Fuller

August 8, 2018 - Antonio Pacheco

This September, Edward Cella Art & Architecture will present R. Buckminster Fuller: Inventions and Models, an exhibition highlighting original prints, models, and other objects created by 20th century architect, engineer, inventor, and artist R. Buckminster Fuller.  

Architect Magazine: Buckminster Fuller

August 8, 2018 - Ayda Ayoubi

An upcoming exhibition at the Edward Cella Art & Architecture in Los Angeles will display a rarely seen selection of original drawings, screen-prints, models, and objects by late American architect R. Buckminster Fuller. The exhibition, which will be accompanied by two public programs—organized and presented in collaboration with the Buckminster Fuller Institute—will be the first of its kind to be displayed in LA. The show will open Sept. 8 and will end Nov. 3.

Whats on LA Pick of the Week: Stephen Berens From There to Here

August 1, 2018 - Jody Zellen

In his installation, From There to Here, Stephen Berens draws viewers to the center of the gallery. In the middle of the space, on a large two-foot high white rectangular plinth sit four round cast bronze cannonballs and three cast bronze frisbees. Entitled Projectiles (2018) they reference relics from the 1860s and 1960s. To think of frisbees as projectiles is a bit unusual, yet when viewed in the context of Stephen Berens' exhibition, it makes perfect sense. A frisbee is a flying disk that became an iconic symbol of fun and freedom for the American Counter Culture movement of the late 1960s. When the frisbees are juxtaposed with Civil War era cannonballs, they become the yin and yang of relics. One is a symbol of peace and frivolity, the other a symbol of the fight for civil rights and fraternal war.

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Voyage Houston Interview with Patti Oleon

August 1, 2018

Voyage Houston interviews Patti Oleon about where she comes from, what inspires her to make art, and more. 

Architect's Newspaper: Three Summer Shows for Architecture Lovers

June 15, 2018 - Drew Zeiba

Vernacular Environments, Part 2 is the second iteration of the now annual group show at Edward Cella Art and Architecture that explores the diverse ways artists figure and engage with the environment and built world. Featured artists include Shusaku Arakawa, R. Buckminster Fuller, Rema Ghuloum, Hans Hollein, Jill Magid, Alison O’Daniel, Aili Schmeltz, Paolo Soleri, and Lebbeus Woods, working across a wide array of media. Ruth Pastine has created “Color Zones” to engage with both the architecture figured in the artwork, as well as the architecture of the space itself.

Work by Kendell Carter Included in: Black Blooded at The New Gallery of Modern Art

May 30, 2018

On view from May 30th through August, 2018, Black Blooded is an exhibit at The New Gallery of Modern Art, Charlotte, NC, and is built like a family photo album with close to 70 pieces by 50 artists. This group exhibition demonstrates the diversity and nuance within narratives of tradition, consanguinity, and origin. 

Brad Miller in "Carbon" at Fellows of Contemporary Art

May 25, 2018

The artists in Carbon are engaged with the chemical element of carbon, one of the most abundant substances in the universe and the basis of all life we know. Each of them addresses the importance of chemistry in understanding of the nature of existence—some through materials and mediums, others through technique and subject, and all with a
unique sense of metaphorical potential. Curated by Lauren Kasmer

Featuring Work By:

Terry Arena, Joaquín Boz, James Griffith, Bonita Helmer, Lauren Kasmer, Brad Miller, Jenene Nagy, Chris Oatey, Brian Rochefort, and Tam Van Tran. 


ArtScene Magazine on Amir Zaki: Getting Lost

April 24, 2018 - Michael Shaw

"One wonders whether the grouping’s title, “Getting Lost,” far from being an allusion to discovering these entwined tree pairings on a haphazard trek, instead refers to the process that we undergo while navigating all the super-fine detail. It’s a pretty palatable way to get lost."

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