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The World of Jeffrey Vallance

Main Gallery Apr 8–Jun 11, 1995

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Apr 8–Jun 11, 1995

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The World of Jeffrey Vallance, 1995
The World of Jeffrey Vallance, 1995, Installation view, Santa Monica Museum of Art

This exhibition, presenting fifteen years of work by the Los Angeles-born artist Jeffrey Vallance, was inspired by The World of Jeffrey Vallance (Collected Writings 1978-1994), published by Art Issues Press. The survey included painting, sculpture, installation, video, drawings, prints, and text, presented topically in a succession of room installations. Among these were galleries devoted to Blinky, the Friendly Hen; the artist’s travels to faraway places such as Iceland and Polynesia; and his in-depth research on the Shroud of Turin and other Christian relics.