‘A Perfect Rhythm: Landscapes and Still Lifes’ Artists behind Telluride Gallery’s new exhibit discuss their work Thursday

February 17, 2021 - Leslie Vreeland

In uncertain times, where do you find perfect rhythm?

One way might be to take solace in nature.

Which is not to say that the Telluride Gallery of Fine Art’s new exhibit, “A Perfect Rhythm” — landscapes and still lifes that, by definition, are a step removed from humans, and the business (and busyness) of living — is devoid of drama.


‘Saving the Best for Last’ Telluride Gallery showcases LA artist Ed Moses’ final works

January 1, 2021

He’s been hailed as “one of the most productive and experimental artists of the last half-century,” but to the owner of the Telluride Gallery of Fine Art, Ed Moses was something more: He was a family friend. Moses founded the Cool School, a group of seminal Los Angeles creatives, many of whom were represented by the Southland’s Ferus Gallery in the 1950s and 1960s. Other members of the Cool School included Ed Ruscha, Robert Irwin, Larry Bell, Edward Kiehholz, John Altoon, Ken Price and Billy Al Bengston.


Eva Chimento joins Telluride Gallery of Fine Art as Director

September 1, 2020

TELLURIDE, CO.- The Telluride Gallery of Fine Art announced the appointment of former Los Angeles gallerist Eva Chimento as its new Director. Chimento’s first major exhibition as Director of the gallery will be the upcoming Ed Moses “Saving the Best for Last,” the only 2020 solo show of the iconic L.A. painter who passed away two years ago.

In addition, Allison Cannella joins as Gallery Associate from New York where she was a member of the David Zwirner sales team and founding member and curatorial advisor of The Immigrant Artist Biennial.


Meet Jen Wolf Via Voyage LA

December 7, 2019 - Voyage LA

Today we’d like to introduce you to Jennifer Wolf.

Jennifer, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
I grew up in Southern California hiking in the foothills and swimming in the Pacific. After graduating high school, I spent a couple of years at Santa Barbara City College knocking out my general education requirements, a more affordable approach to college for someone working their way through school. I did well in city college and was admitted to several universities, I chose UCLA in order to stay close to my roots in Ventura, CA


Emmi Whitehorse in The National Museum of the American Indian’s new exhibition, Stretching the Canvas

November 22, 2019 - Vogue

Vogue Magazine's review of Stretching the Canvas, featuring Emmi Whitehorse


The DART Interview: Caleb Cain Marcus

August 3, 2019 - Peggy Rolf

In describing the world, Caleb Cain Marcus dismantles the building blocks of visual processing by eliminating perspective, scale and implied narrative. Engaging with his work necessitates no prior knowledge which forces the experience to be in the present and compels us to sense, see and feel the world in a new way. Cain Marcus' photographs are combined with layers of paint to create deep, complex and evocative color. His belief is that through color we experience pieces of the universe that otherwise could not be expressed. —Richard Nonas, from the Introduction to Iterations


Carl Marcus

July 23, 2019

Will America’s National Monuments Survive the Trump Administration?

April 15, 2019 - Bill McKibben, Aperture

David Benjamin Sherry’s spectacular photographs of contested lands.