Ed Moses, 'Cool School' painter who helped forge L.A.'s art scene, dies at 91

July 17, 2018 - Deborah Vankin and Suzanne Muchnic, Los Angeles Times

We are deeply saddened to hear the news of Ed Moses' passing. We are honored to have the work of this iconic artist featured in our current Non-Objective exhibition.


July 2, 2018 - Gwynne Murrill: Stillness in Motion

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View the Stillness in Motion Catalog

June 27, 2018

View the Diane Best + Gwynn Murrill: Stillness in Motion catalog here.


Telluride Arts' Art Walk: Horsing Around, Budnik, Ah Haa & More

January 31, 2018 - Susan Viebrock, Telluride Inside & Out

Acclaimed photographer Dan Budnik captured American history during his time working for Magnum Photos. In fact, he was standing right behind Martin Luther King in Washington, D.C. when King delivered his iconic ‘I Have A Dream” speech. Budnik’s rare original silver gelatin photographs from two bodies of work,”Marching to the Freedom Dream: Civil Rights Movement 1950-1960s” and “Picturing Artists: Artists in Their Studios 1950-1970s,” are currently on display at Telluride Gallery.


View the Non-Objective Digital Catalog

January 16, 2018

13 Artists curated by James Hayward, view the catalog here.


Ed Moses

January 3, 2018

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