New DULK sculpture now available for pre-order on Monday, January 21st.

Hot on the heels of our SOLD OUT solo exhibition from DULK, we are excited to publish a beautiful new sculpture edition in collaboration with the good folks at Silent Stage. Based on DULK’s recent painting of the same name that we displayed at SCOPE Miami Beach this past

December, Eternal came out just amazing and is an absolute must for any fan of DULK’s work. We are all so thrilled with how it came out and know you will be too.

DULK
Eternal
Limited Edition of 100
8 inches tall x 11 inches long (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
Cast in high impact resin
All details and highlights are hand-painted
Comes with a COA signed and numbered by the artist
 $499.99 each


 

NEW PRINT EDITION FROM KEVIN PETERSON AVAILABLE JANUARY 18th

 Excited to share that we’ll be publishing a new limited edition fine art print from Kevin Peterson in anticipation of his upcoming solo show ‘Wild‘ opening on March 2. Don’t miss out on your chance to pick up this iconic image before it’s sold out forever!

KEVIN PETERSON 
Sentry
23.5 x 14 inches / 59.6 x 35.5 cm 
Edition of 175
Fine art print on 290gsm paper
Hand signed and numbered
$175 AVAILABLE ONLINE THIS FRIDAY
JANUARY 18 : 10AM Los Angeles / 1PM NYC / 6PM London / 7PM Berlin Shop our webshop 24/7 at :https://shop.thinkspaceprojects.com


“CONVERGENCE” Coming to the University of Texas at El Paso

‘CONVERGENCE’ Curated by Thinkspace
On view January 24 – April 6 

Opening Reception:

Thursday, January 24 5-7:30 PM at:
Rubin Center for the Visual Arts
The University of Texas at El Paso
500 W. University Avenue El Paso, Texas 79968

Excited to be curating our second exhibition at a major university later this month. Many thanks for the staff of the University of Texas at El Paso and the Rubin Center for the Visual Arts for inviting us. This exhibition features a series of paintings by emerging and established artists associated with the New Contemporary Art movement – a return to realism and representation in painting with an embrace of popular and counter-culture with themes that range from the fantastic to the mundane

Featuring an installation from Michael Reeder alongside works from: Alex Garant, Brian Mashburn, Casey Weldon, Cinta Vidal, David Rice, Drew Merritt, Jolene Lai, Michael Reeder, Scott Listfield, Telmo Miel, Wiley Wallace



Stephanie Buer & Daniel Bilodeau Opening Reception – January 5, 2019

Thank you to all those who made it out to the first opening of 2019. We kicked off the year with new works from Portland-based artists Stephanie Buer in our main room and New York-based artists Danial Bilodeau in the project room, with wire works by Spenser Little in the office space. The exhibition drew a great turnout despite the Los Angeles rain and set a nice tone for the rest of the year. Make sure to come out and see both exhibitions now on view till January 26th.

To view available pieces from Stephanie Buer’s “Wild Abandon” and David Bilodeau’s “State of the Art” visit the Thinkspace website.

MY MODERN MET HIGHLIGHTS HOTTEA’S SCOPE INSTALLATION

Artist Eric Rieger, also known as HOTTEA  whose installations have stunned the attendees of visitors to our exhibitions at the Long Beach Museum of Art and the Lancaster Museum of Art and History, grabbed the title of one of 2018’s best art installations by My Modern Met. His installation in the entrance of the Scope Art Fair in Miami this past December was vast and jaw-dropping.

He shared his inspiration for the installation with the publication, “Even though we may take things for granted, once they are gone we wish we would have acted differently. Our sun, rain, wind, plants, animals, people, everything could disappear in seconds and when they do it is our memory of them that will carry on assuming there is something beyond our existence here on earth. What I hope people took away from my installation was not only a color experience they will not forget but also a reminder of how much a singular moment can mean.”

To see all the installations selected for this year-end review visit the My Modern Met website.