Kevin Peterson’s “Coalition II” Now Red Hot Chili Peppers’s Album Art

Kevin Peterson Red Hot Chilli Peppers

Kevin Peterson‘s “Coalition II” piece that was on view at the 20 Years Under The Influence Of Juxtapoz exhibition at The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in 2015, is now the album art for Red Hot Chili Peppers‘s upcoming release The Getaway. We can’t express our excitement for Kevin Peterson enough and all the new fans this massive partnership will garner. Mark your calendars for Kevin’s upcoming show with Thinkspace Gallery August 20th, exhibiting all new work in the galleries main room.

Visit the Red Hot Chilli Peppers’s website for more information on their June 17th album release.

Sneak Peak of “VERSO” Hardcover Catalogue from Joao Ruas

Joao Ruas Verso Hardcover

A few weeks ago we announced our next Thinkspace Edition in collaboration with Eidolon Fine Art will be Joao Ruas’s “VERSO” hardcover catalogue. Now we have a few shots of the book to wet your art appetite!

Joao Ruas Verso Hardcover

Joao Ruas Verso Hardcover

Joao Ruas Verso Hardcover

Coming May 20th, this new limited edition catalogue featuring all the works from Joao’s sold out February 2014 show at Thinkspace Gallery, ‘VERSO’ will contain 64 full colored pages and include progress shots, close-ups, and a fold-out centerfold of Ruas’s ‘Cannae of You and Me‘.  The catalogue will also feature shots of the exhibition and the ephemeral mural that he created for it.

This spot-glossed hardcover catalogue will have a limited run of 750 and be $35 plus shipping and handling.  Make sure to be signed up for the Thinkspace Gallery newsletter as we will be sharing a link to purchase soon.

Kwon Kyung-Yup “Melancholia” feature on Juxtapoz

Juxtapoz Feature on Kwon

We wanted to send out our love and appreciation to Juxtapoz for featuring Kwon Kyung-yup’s current exhibition Melancholia.

Visit Juxtapoz’s website for the full article.

“We have been noticing Kwon’s work over the past few years, and she is part of a group of great young Korean artists that have made that country one of the most exciting places in contemporary art.” – JUXTAPOZ

Kwon Kyung-yup “Melancholia” and Matthew Grabelsky “Underground” Opening Reception Recap

Kwon Opening Reception

New York meets Korea in our latest exhibition with artists Kwon Kyung-yup and Matthew Grabelsky.  Kwon’s “Melancholia” took over Thinkspace Gallery’s main room creating a beautiful stillness to absorb and take in her latest body of work. In the project room Grabelsky’s “Underground” brought the bustling stories that exist within (what at times is) the most mundane moments, riding public transit. Both exhibitions are on view through May 21st, the juxtaposition of their stories to be experienced in person. Please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website to view all available works from Underground and Melancholia.

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

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Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

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Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Matthew Grabelsky "Underground" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Kwon Kyung-yup "Melancholia" Opening Reception

Opening reception photos courtesy of Bryan “Birdman” Mier.

 

 

NOTCOT covers Matthew Grabelsky’s “Underground”

Notcot Grabelsky Feature

Design and lifestyle site NotCot.com featured Matthew Grabelsky’s “Underground” as an exhibit one must see. Grabelsky’s solo exhibition in the Thinkspace Gallery project room is on view until May 21st, Tuesday through Saturday noon to 6pm.

View the full write up on their website.

“His surreal/realistic oil paintings of NYC subway riders reading magazines (and kid’s books) are stunning with a twist… all males are animals! If only they had prints of some of these paintings, the whole show is too stunning to pick from, though Canal Street (tiger reading Car and Driver) is my current favorite…” -NotCot.com