This Saturday, January 21st from noon to 6PM we will be having our first print archive sale in over three years. We will be sharing the final copies of several sold out editions, the framed display copies of several sold editions, final copies of rare editions, some Artist Proofs, and much more. Plus, there will be some gems from our personal collection made available too.
First come, first served. In-person sales only.
There is no online catalog available and no phone orders being taken. There will be gems from the likes of Audrey Kawasaki (shown above), Etam Cru, Esao Andrews, Brian Viveros, Kevin Peterson, Stella Im Hultberg, Amy Sol, and many, many more.
We will also have our recent books from Brian Viveros and Joao Ruas available for sale as well as Jeremy Fish’s recent book. We’ll also have some cool giveaways throughout the day plus freebies including new magnets for your fridge and our new ‘Miami Vice’ inspired logo button from our trip down to Miami for SCOPE this past December.
Tomorrow, Friday, January 20th, we will be dropping two new prints from Scott Listfield taken from his recent solo exhibition that we curated for the Lancaster Museum of Art and History this past fall. We’re looking forward to our debut solo show with Listfield coming up in January 2018 and much ahead in 2017 as well with this amazing creative.
Both will be available this Friday, January 20th at 10AM PST via www.thinkspacegallery.com/shop
Edition of 30
Signed and numbered by the artist
Map of the Stars
Edition of 30
Signed and numbered by the artist
There are no pre-sales of any kind, no special requests for a certain number, no in-person sales, and no holds. Prints will go on sale at 10AM PST the morning of Friday, January 20 via our online shop at www.thinkspacegallery.com/shop
Please be sure your PayPal address is current. We will ONLY guarantee shipping to the address associated with your PayPal account. It only takes a minute to check, so a good idea to do so before you place your order.
Prints will ship out within two weeks or less from the date your order has been placed, most likely in one week or less all will have been shipped off to their new homes. Tracking details will be shared to your PayPal account. Thank you for your support.
We wanted to give props to long-time Thinkspace Family artists Brett Amory on his upcoming exhibition at the deYoung Museum. Amory is the museums January artist-in-residence, his work will be on view January 4, 2017 – January 29, 201 with an artist reception on Saturday, January 28 from 3–5 pm.
For more information visit the deYoung Museum’s website.
We wanted to thank BOOOOOOOM for featuring Thinkspace Family Artist Kevin Peterson in one of their artist spotlights. To view the feature on Peterson visit booooooom.com and to find out more about Kevin Peterson visit the Thinkspace Gallery website.
We kicked off the year with two stellar exhibitions. In the main room Stephanie Buer entranced those in attendance with her latest body of work ‘Uncommon Silence’. The urban abandoned landscapes and often ignored landmarks of Los Angeles were rendered in picturesque detail. Then in the project room So Youn Lee’s newest body of work for ‘Limpid’ dazzled in their whimsical neon pastel dreamlands and sticker glitter details.
Both exhibitions are on view now till January 28th.
View available work from Stephanie Buer here:
View available work from So Youn Lee here:
Mass Appeal interviewed artist Stephanie Buer who is currently showing in the Thinkspace Gallery main room. The interview explores Stephanie’s creative process and her choice to document Los Angeles in her latest body of work.
Visit the Mass Appeal website for the full interview.
Stephanie Buer’s ‘Uncommon Silence’ is now on view at Thinkspace Gallery, visit the Thinkspace website for more information and to view all available work.
Do you consider yourself a documentarian? A storyteller?
I would say a documentarian more then a storyteller. When I started painting these landscapes, I realized that these abandoned and urban spaces change rapidly, either the buildings are torn down, remodeled or continuously repainted. The works capture them in a single moment in time, which will never exist again. I feel like a documentarian when that happens, especially when the buildings are torn down. I think all of the work, in its entirety is telling a story about these spaces in our cities but, each individual piece is documenting a particular spot and a particular moment in that place’s existence.
Our friends and founders of POW! WOW! Hawaii (and beyond), Jasper Wong and Kamea Hadar, are featured on NBC Asian America’s new series Self-Starters. We’re thrilled to see them featured in this short documentary for the Self-Starters series, and are excited to be seeing them soon in February for The 4th Annual ‘POW! WOW! Exploring The New Contemporary Movement.