Antisocial Network is Gross’ tenth solo exhibition, and his first in Southern California in as many years. Featuring dozens of oil paintings, drawings, and cabinet-card paintings, the show is Gross’ premier exhibition at the LA-based Corey Helford Gallery, which has previously showcased works by Gross’ fellow seekers Natalia Fabia and Camille Rose Garcia.
A self-described representational figurative painter, Gross mostly paints with oils on canvas, and occasionally on panel or paper. “I usually feel the need to express myself visually,” he tells Creators. “I’ve always loved to draw, and then—once I learned how—to paint. I’m attracted to representational painting, and it allows me to make images that are hopefully thought-provoking.”
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