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On-camera interview with Artist Sinan Revell, Cella Gallery

Sinan Revell's photos at Cella Gallery

disambiguations – a unique series of self portraits is a collection of stunning and complex conceptual photographs created by Sinan Revell currently on display at Cella Gallery, in NoHo  (only until Sat July 24th).

Full of wit, black humor and social comment, this is an enthralling exhibition of three interconnected bodies of work by this multi-talented artist in her most complete show to date.
Also on view are photographic works from Revell’s Color/Blind Test series, as well as a display of her distinctive Homeland Security Blankets.

Read a review of the exhibition here. In the meantime, please enjoy our interview.

Video produced and hosted by Pauline Adamek, edited and styled by Ash Revell. Filming by Charlie Kanganis.


Cella Gallery

5229 Lankershim Blvd.,

North Hollywood, CA 91601

(213) 291-7908

[email protected]


Tuesday – Thursday: 12-5pm

Friday – Saturday: 12-8pm

Closed Sunday & Monday

Report by Pauline Adamek

Pauline Adamek
Pauline Adamek
Pauline Adamek is a Los Angeles-based arts enthusiast with twenty-five years' experience covering International Film Festivals and reviewing new Theatre, Film and Restaurants.


  1. Janet says:

    Very nice Pauline!! You are a natural in front of the camera.
    Enjoyed the video, and finally got to meet Sinan.

  2. JustDazzling says:

    Wow! Great interview with a very interesting artist and her extremely thought provoking and clever exhibition. It almost makes me want to step on a plane and fly over to see it. Do you know if she has released a colour programme of all her works from this exhibition?

  3. ^ thanks for your warm comment and interest. You can see more of Sinan Revell’s artworks on her personal website.

    Just click on the link in her name, above.