FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
California State University Fullerton Grand Central Art Center Presents
Retrospective of his original works of art
Exhibition featured in the GCAC Main Gallery
July 7 August 19, 2007
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 7, 7-10 pm
Group graffiti show
Exhibition featured in the R&S Gallery
July 7 - 24, 2007
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 7, 7-10pm
Jeffrey Vallance- Relics and Reliquaries
an installation curated by the artist Jeffrey Vallance
Exhibition featured in the Project Room Gallery
Through July 24, 2007
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Alex Gross - Retrospective of his original works of art
Grand Central Art Center highlights Alex Gross’s oil paintings from collectors. Painting professionally since 1990, Alex Gross graduated from Art Center, Pasadena, CA. The Art of Alex Gross, a recently released 159 page book published by Chronicle Books, is available for purchase at the opening reception and during the exhibition.
Jeffrey Vallance Relics and Reliquaries
Grand Central Art Center presents an installation constructed in the form of a treasure chamber featuring reliquaries from the life of sardonic artist Jeffrey Vallance.
Burn Graffiti group show
A group exhibition and collaboration of 30 top graffiti and fine artists. Each work is presented on sculpted vacuumed formed train cars. Curated by the Molten Brothers, Ken Richardson and Mike Goodwin, this exhibition redefines graffiti style and pays homage to the origins of street art.
Artists featured: House One, File Two, Mac, Glen Allen, Ekose, Lalo Cota, Ken Richardson, Kepto, Print, Mr. Such Styles, Dave Quan, Joreal, Idea, Grism, Serk, KA, Wes Cleveland, Ester Sanchez, Ste Two, Taks, King 157, Jero, and more.