Interview with Andrew Hosner for Juxtapoz Magazine – The Digital Wheel

Thinspace Projects co-owner, curator, and digital mastermind behind the Thinkspace social feeds Andrew Hosner is the first gallerist to be interviewed for Juxtapoz’s new series, The Digital Wheel.  We love seeing our artists’ grace the pages of Juxtapoz, digital or print, but it’s not very often our curator is featured sharing insight into the inner working of Thinkspace Projects.

Anyone paying attention to the New-Contemporary scene for the past 10-15 years is likely well aware. His prolific work ethic runs one of the most professional and well-known spaces in the game. Mural festivals, art fairs, museum shows, private collections, on and on, have harnessed him an uncanny ability to provide opportunities for his artists on a multitude of platforms. If anyone has a handle on the evolving digital landscapes facing New-Contemporary galleries, it’s Andrew Hosner. ––Gabe Shaffer

Make sure to head over to Juxtapoz.com to view the full interview – THE DIGITAL WHEEL: ANDREW HOSNER OF THINKSPACE PROJECTS ON GROWING WITH CHANGE

Alvaro Naddeo’s Studio Visit For All City Canvas

All City Canvas highlights Alvaro Naddeo’s upcoming exhibition at Thinkspace Projects Culver City “AmeriCan’t” in their online issue. They visited his studio in Torrance, California where Naddeo discusses his process and inspiration.

View the article on the All City Canvas website and enjoy the video above in anticipation of the opening Saturday, June 30th.

Colossal Features Thinkspace Family Member – Matthew Grabelsky

Colossal the art and culture website features Thinkspace Family member Matthew Grabelsky’s in a piece titled, Surreal Paintings by Matthew Grabelsky Take the New York City Subway for a Wild Ride.  

“New York City is sometimes affectionately (or disaffectionately) referred to as a “concrete jungle,” but for Los Angeles-based artist Matthew Grabelsky it’s more of a big cageless zoo. ” – Colossal

The article features a collection of Grabelsky’s work with anthropomorphic subway riders, but for LAX / PDX II Grabelsky’s introduces a new direction with his latest piece “55th Street & 7th Avenue” which features a black bear taking to the streets of NY.

We’re excited to see Matthew Grabelsky’s world expand as he works towards his solo exhibition at Scope Miami this December.

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LAX / PDX II PREVIEWS

‘Everything Sucks’ by Marie-Claude Marquis || LAX/PDX II

Everything sucks, except the coverage LAX/ PDX II received leading up to the opening this past Saturday. Thank you to all our awesome art friends who shone a spotlight on the new contemporary art that is currently infiltrating the Pacific Northwest.

JUXTAPOZ – THINKSPACE HEADS TO PORTLAND’S ANTLER GALLERY FOR “LAX / PDX”

SUPERSONIC – PREVIEW OF LAX / PDX II 

OREGON LIVE – PORTLAND & OREGON ART | Arts picks: ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch,’ ‘LAX/PDX’ art show, ‘Fallout’ play, more

On view now thru June 28 :
Antler Gallery