LA: Inside Bryan Fox’s Star-Studded Photo Exhibit Preview

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Calvin Klein and artist Bryan Fox
Calvin Klein and artist Bryan Fox

Photo Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Bryan Fox

Stars lit up the Think Tank Gallery in downtown Los Angeles to preview WE.ALONE., a coveted photo exhibit from photographer/writer/director/actor Bryan Fox.

Demi Moore, Melanie Griffith and Alana Stewart
Demi Moore, Melanie Griffith and Alana Stewart

Photo Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Bryan Fox

Guests including Demi Moore, Melanie Griffith, Michael Keaton, Perrey Reeves, Marisa Tomei, Shiva Rose, Gus Van Sant, Alana Stewart, JC Chasez, Gregory Smith, Jen Meyer, Ron Meyer, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Calvin Klein showed their support for Fox by not only attending, but purchasing his provocative pieces and stunning cityscapes.

Artist Bryan Fox, Marisa Tomei and Shiva Rose
Artist Bryan Fox, Marisa Tomei and Shiva Rose

Photo Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Bryan Fox

Alana Stewart and Melanie Griffith arrived together and stopped to chat with Griffith’s Now and Then co-star Moore, while Tomei attended with pal Shiva Rose. Entourage star Perrey Reeves showed her support by turning up with fiance Aaron Fox, the artist’s identical twin brother.

A view of Think Tank Gallery during We. Alone. exhibit
A view of Think Tank Gallery during We. Alone. exhibit

Photo Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Bryan Fox

For those who are unfamiliar, Iowa born and Pennsylvania-raised Bryan Fox is a quintessential hyphenate. Prior to his exhibit, Fox wrapped Dissonance, a film he wrote and directed starring Kelly Preston, Henry Winkler, Lorraine Bracco, Perry Reeves and Leven Rambin; the film has been accepted into 13 festivals in the first three months of submissions and has won the LA Spotlight Film Festival, Best in Show at the Global Accolade Film Competition. Following sharing WE. ALONE. with the exclusive crowd at Think Gallery, Bryan is heading to France for the St. Tropez International Film Festival where is nominated for four awards, including Best Short.

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