French Art of Pochoir
Prints & Designs from Art Nouveau to Art Deco
Pochoir is a labor-intensive process of making stencil prints that incorporated anywhere from 20 to 100 stencils. The colorful prints embodied the new and modern lifestyle in the early 20th century.
Pochoir was mostly popular in France where it was used to introduce trends in fashion, interior and theatre design and to demonstrate the role of color in modern life.
This exhibition will be comprised of 150 to 160 works from multiple lenders and feature the myriad effects of hue, tone and texture.
Moon Tears: The Sacred Art of Silver from the Mapuche of Chile
Collection Domeyko Cassel
EDG joins with Memoria Azul Foundation in Chile to bring this extraordinary exhibition to the U.S. The Sacred Art of Silver from the Mapuche of Chile includes 450 pieces that immerse your guests in an experience that will leave them in awe! Mapuche silverwork was developed in the 16th century and connected the Mapuche with their gods and ancestors.
Together with these precious pieces of silverwork this exhibition displays Mapuche poems, photographs and videos.