2754 South La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Edward Cella Director
Tuesday - Saturday, 11am-6pm; & by appointment.
November 17, 2018 - December 29, 2018
Dealer's Choice: Painting and Sculpture in 1980s
“…the years between 1980 and 1990 were also a time of revived symbolic values, with art and its products leading the way. Out of this singular paradoxical context, a market without precedent was born.” – Paul Ardenne, The Art Mark
January 12, 2019 - March 16, 2019
Jun Kaneko: Indigo
Born in Nagoya, Japan, and come of age in Southern California at the height of the 60s Contemporary Ceramics Movement, Kaneko is known for his experimental large-scale ceramic works and public sculptural installations.
January 17, 2019 - January 20, 2019
Edward Cella Art and Architecture is proud to present work by Lawrence Halprin, Charles W. Moore, Barbara Stauffacher Solomon, R. Buckminster Fuller, Lebbeus Woods, and Shusaku Arakawa at FOG Design+Art 2019.
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.
Adam Berg, Kendell Carter, Mara De Luca, Laurie Frick, Dave Hicks, Jun Kaneko, George Legrady, Brad Miller, Ruth Pastine, the Estate of Pedro E. Guerrero, Stuart Sandford, Alex Schweder, Alex Slade, Chris Trueman, Jeffrey Vallance
Edward Cella Art + Architecture, Culver City, California
Preview by Michael Shaw
Patti Oleon paints architecture with care, and with the maximum degree of disorientation in which ceiling can
“Vernacular Environments, Part 1”
Pedro E. Guerrero
''Death and Life of an Object''
'Some City Angels'