Christopher Georgesco

“Transfiguration”. Private Collection at The Reserve, Palm Desert, CA. 120” x 120” x120”. Painted Steel. Three Monolithic Columns designed to activate the outer space between them.

Christopher Georgesco is an American sculptor. He began his career in Venice, California in 1968, where he worked until 1980. His first Show was at Newspace Gallery, Los Angeles, where he was primarily represented for more than 35 years along with exhibiting at Jan Turner Gallery in West Hollywood and Fred Hoffman Gallery in Santa Monica. He now lives on the outskirts of Palm Springs, where he maintains a Studio. His first solo show was deemed an overnight success by William Wilson, critic for The Los Angeles Times, and was picked up by L.A.’s top collectors. Wilson also cited Christopher Georgesco as “pushing the art world’s masterpiece button”. His first solo show was followed by an exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art titled L.A.8. In an article in Art News, Richard Armstrong, the former curator of the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, CA, cited Christopher Georgesco as being one of the most interesting sculptors in Los Angeles


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