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Edward Cella Art & Architecture

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DI, 2015 Acrylic, and Acrylic Spray Paint on Yupo Paper 80" X 60" © Chris Trueman courtesy of Edward Cella Art & Architecture
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Construction (dark hue), 2015 Ceramic and Stainless Steel 21" X 15" X 16" © David Hicks courtesy of Edward Cella Art & Architecture
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Day & Night, 2015 Lenticular Photographic Print Mounted on Honeycomb Aluminum 75" X 47" © George Legrady courtesy of Edward Cella Art & Architecture
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Indio, 2015 Mixed Media on Canvas Over Panel With Black Nickel Elements 72" X 82" © Mara De Luca courtesy of Edward Cella Art & Architecture
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Industry, 2014 Mixed Media on Canvas Over Panel 72" X 108" © Mara De Luca courtesy of Edward Cella Art & Architecture
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Etiwanda, 2015 Mixed Media on Canvas Over Panel With Copper Elements 72" X 96" © Mara De Luca courtesy of Edward Cella Art & Architecture
Edward Cella Art & Architecture
2754 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Venue Type: Gallery
CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
November 5th - December 31st
QUICK FACTS
Contact
Edward Cella, Director
Open hours
Tuesday through Saturday, 11am to 6pm, and by appt
Phone
323-525-0053
Fax
323-525-0051
Cost
Free
DESCRIPTION

Edward Cella Art & Architecture is committed to supporting and representing significant established, mid-career and emerging artists, architects, and designers. The gallery exhibits photography, painting, sculpture, architectural drawings, models, and design objects with an emphasis on the intersection of these disciplines.

Building on his background as an architectural historian, with over a decade of experience in art advisory and collection management, Edward Cella founded Edward Cella Art & Architecture in 2006. A collector of architectural drawings and ephemera, erotica and contemporary art, Edward Cella has cultivated a passion for interdisciplinary approaches to visual culture. Since its inception, the gallery has sustained a curatorial emphasis on conceptual and material based practices, and has supported under-recognized historical estates and collections.

http://www.edwardcella.com