Opening October 14th 7-11pm
Free Parking behind 3125 Beverly Blvd (enter off Dillon)
or street parking or Uber/Lyft
Gabba Gallery is proud to present four simultaneous solo exhibitions by Hero, Lucas Raynaud, Collin Salazar, and Dcypher. Curated by Jason Ostro.
Hero brings his bold street art style to the gallery with Shadows of Hope, a new exhibition of stenciled paintings. Each colorful piece conveys a clear and direct message to the viewer, sometimes political, often playful, but always powerful and compelling.
Growing Up is a nostalgic journey through Lucas Raynaud’s childhood by way of paintings and sculpture. The artist highlights cultural influences from his youth with his whimsically oversized renditions of beloved 80s touchstones like cassette tapes and floppy disks.
Expressive, soulful eyes abound in Outer, Collin Salazar’s new collection of watercolor paintings. Rendered in ethereal jewel tones on white backgrounds, his faces captivate the viewer with their dreamy intensity.
In Fiction City 2, New Zealand native Dcypher focuses on the architectural beauty of urban life. His mostly monochromatic streetscapes are all uninhabited, but still full of life. The artist masterfully plays with perspective to breathe movement and energy into stationary structures such as utility poles, street signs, and buildings.
All four shows open October 14 and will be on view through November 2. The opening night reception takes place Saturday, October 14 from 7-11pm. The event is free and open to the public. No RSVP required. Music by Toshee. Sponsored by Fort Point Beer Co. and Original New York Seltzer. Free parking at 3000 Beverly Blvd. (enter off Reno). Gabba Gallery is located at 3126 Beverly Blvd.