Brea Art Gallery 2016


Social Subconscious Exhibition
Brea Art Gallery
Los Angeles, CA
July 9 – September 16

Linda Vallejo will be exhibiting selections from her Brown Dot Project series at the Brea Gallery as part of Social Subconscious, a group exhibition.

Thought provoking works fill this invitational exhibition, shedding light on both local and global topics of concern, from pollution to homelessness. More and more, contemporary artists are using their craft, whether it be traditional mediums such as painting or community engagement projects, to approach these issues. By highlighting artists working in the realm of socially-engaged art, the Gallery hopes to show the potential for art to have an influential voice, while evoking thoughts, emotions, and questions within the viewer. Join us for inspiring workshops and lectures throughout the exhibition.

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 9th featuring live music, light refreshments, and a chance to meet some of the artists! Opening Reception Facebook event

Artists included: Nicole Dextras, Tina Hovsepian, Flora Kao, Chris Onesto, Juliana Rico, John Sabraw, Neil Shigley, Esther Traugot, and Linda Vallejo. Featuring the documentary Plastic Paradise by Angela Sun.

 

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