Platinum Blend: Curated by Stephanie Chefas

We are thrilled to announce the return of Stephanie Chefas to Modern Eden Gallery this upcoming January after last year's knock-out exhibition, Feral Creatures. For this unique exhibition, Chefas has hand-selected artists from all over the world to create fresh, new works that exemplify her curatorial eye.
[Left to Right: Jana Brike, Shawn Huckins, Mel Kadel, Jennifer Nehrbass]

From the Curator: Running ‘Platinum Cheese’ has given me a platform to share some of the most innovative voices thriving within today's New Contemporary Art scene. This latest exhibition represents a culmination of my experiences in the art world, and expands upon the dialogue between artist and audience by providing an arena where fans and creatives alike engage under one roof. Each artist was chosen based on my admiration for his or her unique aesthetic as well as his or her ability to captivate the viewer time and time again. When these singular voices are put next to one another, the perspectives "blend" to create a sense of continuity from one work to the next. -Stephanie Chefas

Featuring: Aaron Nagel, Ben Venom, Bradley Platz, Brian Donnelly, Caitlin Hackett, Caleb Hahne, Candice Tripp, Christine Wu, Christiana Mrozik, Cristina Paulos, David Bray, Deedee Cheriel, Henrik Aa. Uldalen, Jeff Ramirez, Jana Brike, Jeni Yang, Jennifer Nehrbass, Kelly Allen, Lily Mae Martin, Linnea Strid, Liz McGrath, Lucien Shapiro, Marco Mazzoni, Maria Rubinke, Max Kauffman, Mel Kadel, Meryl Pataky, Michael Alm, Morgan Slade, Peter Gronquist, Shawn Huckins, Souther Salazar, Zoë Williams. 


[Left to Right: Henrik Aa. Uldalen, Brian Donnelly, Candice Tripp, Christine Wu]

The exhibition will be on display through January 31, 2015 and is free and open to the public.  


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