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Tony Brown + Paul Greely: It Belongs to His

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April 19 - May 24
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 19, 6-8PM

The Downtown Art Center (DAC) Gallery is pleased to present, Tony Brown + Paul Greeley: It Belongs To His, an exhibition of new works on paper by two artists whose visual arts practices span a combined eight decades.

The works on view will provide a small, intimate glimpse into the vast yet discrete practices of Brown and Greeley. Their seemingly disparate bodies of work echo a commitment to exploring a continuum of expressive gestures, and experimentation with the visual vocabulary of both high and low culture. As a collection, the paintings, drawings, and prints in this exhibition present viewers with a remix of signifiers of history, advertisement, familial structures, and identity.

Both artists have been honing their craft and creating their own aesthetic universe for decades at the ECF Art Centers, a program that mentors and provides studio space for artists with developmental disabilities. Brown and Greeley’s work are emblematic of the breadth of creativity that ECF Art Centers has facilitated during its 50year history.

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DAC Gallery is a contemporary art space in the heart of Downtown LA's Gallery Row. Our exhibitions focus on mid-career local and international artists, while bringing attention to a community of individuals whose works are rarely presented to mainstream audiences. The DAC Gallery represents artists from ECF Art Centers, an adult program of the Exceptional Children's Foundation. For artwork sales, please visit ECFonAmazon.com

Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF.net) provides the highest quality services for children and adults living with developmental, learning, and emotional disabilities – empowering them to reach their greatest potential. Each year, ECF serves more than 3,800 clients and their families at 15 program sites, in clients' homes, and in community settings throughout Los Angeles County. Established in 1946, ECF is the only organization of its kind in California to provide a lifespan of services for children and adults with developmental disabilities. The ECF Art Centers Program provides adults with developmental disabilities fine arts instruction combined with life skills training and case management services. Art instruction is offered in a variety of mediums for participants of all abilities and skill levels. This year, ECF celebrates its 50th Anniversary supporting artists in Los Angeles.


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