John Cho, Chris Pine, J.J. Abrams, Anton Yelchin Exhibit

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Fans of the late Anton Yelchin have the opportunity to celebrate a whole other side of the actor.

On Saturday evening, Star Trek stars including Chris Pine, John Cho and director J.J. Abrams traveled to the Other Gallery in Los Angeles were they were able to experience an artistic element of their friend.

Guests at the Anton Yelchin Photography Exhibit were able to explore 40 images from the photographer.

According to Extra, Anton's work has been described as "experimental, provocative and surrealist." Proceeds from the exhibit will go to the Anton Yelchin Foundation, which empowers children and filmmaking students.

Dakota Fanning and sister Elle Fanning, Demi Moore and Susan Sarandon were also spotted at the exhibit that is open to the public starting Monday all the way through December 31.

Dakota Fanning, Elle Fanning, Anton Yelchin Exhibit

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Back in July, Anton passed away in a car accident near his own driveway. His death helped spark a $5 million lawsuit against Jeep Manufacturer.

This past summer, however, J.J. held a moment of silence for the actor before the Star Trek Beyond Comic-Con premiere began.

"As wonderful as this is to be here with all of you and to be celebrating the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, there is something wrong tonight. There is something missing tonight. There is someone missing tonight. Anton Yelchin should be here," he shared with the audience. "Anton's parents are here, Irina and Victor. We love their son, and if I could ask everyone to have a moment of silence for our dear friend, Anton."

Anton's parents also took out a full-page ad in The Hollywood Reporter where they thanked fans and the Hollywood community for all their support.

"Thank you to all of you who have sent flowers and gifts, for your condolences and kind words and to all who came to celebrate the life of our dear son, Anton," their message read. "We are deeply grateful for your unconditional love for [him]. He would be surprised at how many hearts and souls he touched. Thank you very much."

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