The Hero Complex Gallery is hosting “King for a Day,” an art exhibit devoted to the collected works of Stephen King: his novels, short stories, scripts, television shows, and films. There are tributes to The Shawshank Redemption, The Stand, It, Christine, Stand By Me, The Green Mile, The Mist, Misery, The Shining, Carrie, and more.
The exhibit opens Friday, March 21 in Los Angeles. Hit the jump for more on the event plus a sampling from the art collection.
Here’s the press release with the details:
HCG invites you to join us for an art tribute to Stephen King’s full body of collected works, including his novels, short stories, scripts, television shows and films.
A portion of the proceeds of this show will benefit Mr. King’s charity of choice, The Haven Foundation, a non-profit service that serves to benefit freelance creators of all types who have found themselves unable to work due to disease or accident.
- Who: Hero Complex Gallery
- What: “King For a Day” Art Exhibition
- Description: Art show celebrating the works of Stephen King
- When: Opening Reception: Friday, March 21st, 7-10pm
- On Display: March 21st – April 6th, W-Sun, 11am-6pm
- Where: HCG, 2020 South Robertson Blvd., Studio D, LA, CA 90034
Please RSVP on our Facebook Event Page
Online Release (Will be live on Sat, Mar 22nd, approx. 1pm Pacific)
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