Our best Modernism show ever (yay, it's our second!), "Modernism Mayhem," was a hit Saturday night, and we're very thankful to so many people who came out on such a crazy night, was a blast--and not just from the past. Thanks again, everybody, for making our second year at TCG such a stellar start. We look forward to helping you this year in any way we can.Read More
Just in time for Greater Palm Springs Pride, downtown Palm Springs’ Ted Casablanca Gallery is presenting a show of never-before-displayed photographs by Michael Childers—taken in 1974 at a drag ball in a Los Angeles, and at a White Party in Palm Springs in 2002.Read More
Bret Philpot’s October-1 show, “Reverberation,” is Ted Casablanca Gallery’s very first one-artist show. Hooray! We couldn’t be more proud to have local painter and sculptor Philpot’s musically inspired collection, a study of the translation of sound onto surfaces in a language he understands.Read More
Tod Bailey’s vibrant masterpieces set the mood for our TCG opening last nite, thanks everyone for supporting him, such a bold turnout!Read More
Apparently, a lot of folks.
Jim Cox’s fiercely scaled photograph, “JT Muscles Out a Thought Or Two: Don’t Make Me Hard or I’ll Crack,” has been a watershed of intense reaction for TCG, all over the emotional map. Shock. Delight. Envy. Distaste. Everything an exacting artist should require from his or her audience (in my mind).Read More
Chase Langford has a wicked-cool mouth. He also paints like he talks. The man is invested, both in what he creates, and what he says.
Even though I know Chase through my years in Hollywood, where Chase still maintains a home, he’s remained a constant in my life, more so, because of his talents as an artist. But, I have to admit it certainly helps that Chase is one of the most personable artists in the biz.Read More