We All Exist Right Now
The Long Beach Museum of Art is proud to showcase a solo exhibition of 17 new works by emerging contemporary artist Alex Gardner, a 34-year-old Long Beach-native best known for his large-scale paintings of faceless and androgynous Black bodies set against intimate atmospheres. “Growing up, identity was always an issue because I’m mixed race, but in a broader sense I want the viewer to have non-specific figures in the composition so they have the chance of seeing themselves and people they know.”
We All Exist Right Now, the artist’s debut solo museum exhibition is presented by
Major support is provided by the Pasadena Art Alliance and Port of Long Beach.
Additional support by TABC Inc.