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Gregg Gibbs is an artist, documentary filmmaker, production designer, and actor who lives and works in his hometown of Los Angeles. 

His artwork had been exhibited at numerous galleries and museums, including Laguna Museum of Art, Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana, Robert Berman Gallery, Blum and Poe, La Luz de Jesus, and Merry Karnowsky, among others.
In addition to creating paintings, sculptures, and installations, Gregg has worked in art direction for films, music videos and commercials. He was the production designer on Rob Zombie's "House of 1000 Corpses" and also plays Dr. Wolfenstein in the opening scene of the film. Other production design credits include music videos for Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, and Mariah Carey.

Gregg has directed multiple documentaries, including "The Treasures of Long Gone John," which premiered at SXSW and went on to screen at many festivals around the world including Melbourne International, Leeds International, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His film "Olompali: A Hippie Odyssey" premiered at DocLands Film Festival in Marin County. Other projects include the shorts "De Colores de Cheech," starring Cheech Marin, and "Special Deluxe" with Neil Young, both of which were produced for Juxtapoz Magazine. He currently is working on a horror documentary entitled "The Haunted Painting." 
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Appropriation Works
Marcel Duchamp in Pasadena Redux
Robert Berman Gallery
Santa Monica, CA
One Man Show
Midlife Crisis Retrospective
Robert Berman Gallery
Santa Monica, CA
Film Premiere
"De Colores De Cheech"
Indie Fest SF
San Francisco, CA

Film Premiere
"Gone Again"
Olympia Film Festival
Olympia, WA


Film Premiere
"I, Gauguin"
Calgary Film Festival
Calgary, ONT
Group Show
"Art Shack"
Laguna Art Museum
Laguna Beach, CA

Group Show
"No Slugs Please"
Billy Shire Fine Arts
Culver City, CA
Group Show
"The Land of Retinal Delights"
Laguna Art Museum
Laguna Beach, CA

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