Victor Reyes with a mural for the kids at Bayshore Elementary in Daley City

April 14 2013 . 05:51am

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Limited Edition The Seventh Letter x Art Share LA t-shirt available online

March 04 2013 . 08:25am

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KCET article on #artsharela | Commercial Billboards to Carry Messages of Art

March 02 2013 . 10:22pm


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The Seventh Letter presents #artsharela | March 1, 2013

February 28 2013 . 04:12am


Opening reception: March 1, 2013 | VIP preview 5-8pm | Public opening 8-10pm
Show runs: March 1 – April 7, 2013

Art Share LA
801 E 4th Place
Los Angeles, CA 90013

A celebration of Street Art curated by Casey Zoltan of Known Gallery, featuring gallery pieces & outdoor billboards from noted Los Angeles artists: Saber, Patrick Martinez, Rime, Victor Reyes, Pose, Sage Vaughn, Willie T, Shepard Fairey, Risk, Push, Revok, Zes, Sever, Augustine Kofie and Vizie.


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VICTOR REYES | Down for you | February 23, 2013 | 8 – 11pm

February 28 2013 . 02:34am


VICTOR REYES | Down for you
Opening reception: February 23, 2013 | 8 – 11pm
Show runs: February 23 – March 9, 2013

Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Down For You” is a new body of work from Victor Reyes

Victor Reyes has dedicated more than half of his life to painting. Commitment is evident in his work and is a constant theme in the tradition of the graffiti movement. Dedications are hallmarks, written in tribute for the memory of those who came before us and for those who have departed. “Down for you” is a collection of paintings in oil and spray paint that conjure up an imaginary world of pigments and memories.

These pictures are the building blocks of a new painting language for Victor Reyes. Classical references are deconstructed in primitive strokes to complete these anti-portraits and landscapes. The meanings derived from these pieces are multifaceted. Plain objects, stretched across color fields that combat the frame work to which they are bound and tethered, reveal the excitement of destruction. The momentum and rhythm of these movements obscure earlier marks of beauty and begin to decompose the subject into forms less recognizable.

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