Thank you to all that came through Red Truck Gallery this past Saturday to support the opening celebration of our big “LAX / MSY” group exhibition we curated for the beautiful people of New Orleans to enjoy!
Over 100 works will be on view through August 30, don’t miss your chance to check them out in person if you find yourself in the French Quarter this month. Many thanks again to the entire Red Truck crew for a fun-filled week in NOLA!
‘LAX / MSY’ Curated by Thinkspace Taking Place At: Red Truck Gallery 940 Royal Street New Orleans, Louisiana 70116 **In the heart of the French Quarter**
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 10 from 6-10PM **Dirty Linen Night**
Excited to get down to New Orleans for the first time ever and partner with our good friends at Red Truck Gallery this coming August. Over 100 artists will be taking part in “LAX / MSY” in what will be the largest collection of artists from the New Contemporary Movement under one roof to date in the south.
All the artists have been asked to work within the same space confines of 12×12 inches (30×30 cm) and left to their own devices from there. We’re excited to see the results and share them with you all this August. This collection helps to showcase just how vast and varied the Movement is, from portrait based works to the more fantastical, from landscapes to design based abstract works… “LAX / MSY” promises to bring your Instagram feed to life and expose you to your new favorite artist.
We are excited to be bringing down ABCNT and Spenser Little to add some flavor to the French Quarter as well as add some nice touches throughout the exhibition itself. Looking forward to seeing what these two creatives come up with. Featuring Installations from: ABCNT & Spenser Little
12×12 inch (30×30 cm) works from: ABCNT, Abigail Goldman, Adam Caldwell, Ador, Alex Garant, Alex Yanes, Alexandra Manukyan, Allison Sommers, Alvaro Naddeo, Amy Sol, Anthony Hurd, Anthony Solano, Baldur Helgason, Benjamin Garcia, Brad Woodfin, Brian Mashburn, Bryan Valenzuela, Caratoes, Carl Cashman, Carlos Ramirez, Casey Weldon, Chase Mullen, Chloe Becky, Collin Van Der Sluijs, Craig ‘Skibs’ Barker, Crash One, Cristian Blanxer, Daniel Bildodeau, Darcy Yates, David Cooley, David Rice, Derek Gores, Drew Young, Edith Lebeau, Eduardo F. Angel, Eelus, Egg Fiasco, Ermsy, Fafi, Fernando Chamarelli, Fumi Nakamura, Hanna Lee Joshi, Huntz Liu, JC Rivera, Jeremy Hush, Josie Morway, Kathy Ager, Kayla Mahaffey, Kelogsloops, Kelly Vivanco, Kelsey Beckett, Ken Nwadiogbu, Kevin Peterson, Kobusher, Koz Dos, Kyle Bryant, Lauren YS, Leon Keer, Linsey Levendall, Lisa King, Lonac, Louis Masai, Luke Chueh, Mando Marie, Marie-Claude Marquis, Martin Whatson, Martine Johanna, McKenzie Fisk, Meggs, Molly Gruninger, Nicola Caredda, Nomad Clan, Nosego, Nuno Viegas, OakOak, Olga Esther, The Perez Bros, PREF, Rachel Strum, Ricky Watts, Roos van der Vliet, Ryan Malley, Samuel Rodriguez, Sean Chao, Sepe, Sergio Garcia, Seth Armstrong, Spenser Little, Stephanie Buer, Stikman, Super A, Superdeux, Telmo Miel, Terry Arena,TMRWLND, Troy Lovegates, Wiley Wallace, Woes, Yok & Sheryo, Yosuke Ueno, Yusei Abe Zezão
Sunday was the opening of the group exhibition “MOVEMENT” for Pow! Wow! Long Beach. Thank you to all those who made it out, and those who were unable to swing by, you can still catch the show now through Saturday, July 27.
“MOVEMENT” features work from 40 different artists with a site-specific mural from CRASH alongside installations from Spenser Little and Balloonski.
Check out www.powwowlongbeach.com for all the special events this week and a full list of this year’s participating mural artists.
Location: 327 Pine Avenue Long Beach, CA 90802 *Entry through the Pharmacy Boardshop
“MOVEMENT” made possible thanks to support from HEX and BEVEL.
Artist Kathy Ager, whose exhibition “Golden Age” is currently on view at Thinkspace Projects, was recently interviewed by Beautiful Bizarre about her latest body of work. Visit Beautiful Bizarre for the full interview.
“I love how much of a story can be told by the combination of objects. I also find peace in the strong stillness of still lives. I like to include objects and brands that are familiar to the viewer, but that have a secret significance to me personally. ” – Kathy Ager in Beautiful Bizarre