Joe Ray

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Untitled (Infinite), 2011 Lp's, Acrylic Paint, Lead And Grease © Joe Ray
Installation Shot, Leimert Park Project, 2010 © Joe Ray
Cosmi Fragments, 2010 Photograph And Acrylic On Canvas © Joe Ray
ArtForum 1972, Terry O'Shea, Joe Ray, and Doug Edge
LACMA, 1971
Performance Photographs, Castle Street Hotel, Pasadena, CA, Early 1970s
Joe Ray at Larry Bell's Studio
New Eye, 1969 Cast Resin © Joe Ray
Quick Facts

Joe Ray might not be a familiar name, but he played a vital role in
the late 60s Los Angeles art scene, both part of the light and space
movement as well as the Leimert Park community which revolved around
David Hammons. He received the young talent award from LACMA in 1970 and was one of 15 members of the original MOCA Artists Advisory Council from 1978 to 1980 where he, alongside other members including Vija Celmins, DeWain Valentine, Peter Alexander, Robert Irwin, and Alexis Smith, made recommendations on all issues dealing with the building of the new museum.  His most recent show was in Leimert Park last January at The Leimert Park Project.

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