HE IS AHEAD OF TWO CULTURAL CURVES by helping to establish Los Angeles's place on a national fine art platform, and daring to live in Downtown Los Angeles. Often introduced as an East L.A. artist, he is one of 140 artists being featured at MOCA's "The Artist's Museum." Also, this founding member of ASCO has also been a Downtown fixture since the 70s, roaming early galleries and punk clubs while holding court in a loft.
Not only that, Facebook posts are also an experiment in urban pop-abstracttion. Currently unfolding are his "THE COVETED NO-MOVIE AWARD."
Above, Gronk previews a day of leading museum goers in painting for a November 7th Sunday Studio event at MOCA Grand Avenue.
From 2008, Daniel Hernandez profiles ASCO. [The Art Outlaws of East L.A.]