The Pheonix New Times featured Flourish at the Mesa Contemporary Art Museum. A slideshow tour of the works and opening night now live on their website. David Cooley’s “Melange (Zoetrope)” seen above, just one of the many pieces that wowed and dazzled those in attendance.
Visit the Pheonix New Times website for the full feature of the show.
All available work from Flourish is available on the Thinkspace Gallery website.
Thank you to Supersonic Art for posting a preview of “JUXTAPOZED” at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. The exhibition opens April 21st alongside Robert William’s ‘SLANG! Aesthetics‘. To view Supersonic’s favorite pieces from the show hop on over to their site. You can view the full preview of the exhibition now on Thinkspace Gallery’s website.
It’s like art world inception as Juxtapoz Magazine posted a preview of the upcoming “JUXTAPOZED” exhibition at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. The exhibition is inspired by the New Contemporary Art movement and its influence on Juxtapoz magazine. The exhibition opens April 22nd in conjunction with Robert Williams’ “SLANG Aesthetics!”, to view more information on the show visit Thinkspace Gallery’s website.
Juxtapozed, a show title drawn from the magazine of the same name in the imperative tense, celebrates the legacy made possible by Juxtapoz Magazine. The access the publication has facilitated since the early “90s to a widely cast variety of media and expressions has shaped the movement itself and preserved its continued relevance.
Thank you to Arrested Motion for posting a preview of the upcoming “Juxtapozed” exhibition opening this weekend at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Arrested Motion shared several of their favorite pieces from the show in anticipation of the opening April 21st. Juxtapozed celebrates Juxtapoz Magazine’s impact on this genre is curated by Andrew Hosner of Thinkspace Gallery, Gary Pressman of Copro Gallery, and Adjunct Curator of the museum, Josef Zimmerman.
Robert William’s Slang Aesthetics is set to open at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art next week on April 22nd. In anticipation of the exhibition, Juxtapoz Magazine has an excellent feature on William’s discussing a few of the pieces that will be on view. Jump over to juxtapoz.com for the full article.
Purple as an Inexplicable Poetic Force
Robert Williams: It is not my intention to take every color in the color wheel and extol metaphysical significance to each hue. Nor is it justifiable to invoke the laws of physics with regards to scientific observations of the prismatic spectrum. However, colors do have personalities.
Robert Williams the Godfather of Lowbrow is on the front cover of the Fort Wayne Reader. The paper has a big feature on Williams this week leading into his exhibition opening next Saturday, April 22nd at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art.
The Fort Wayne Museum of Art in association with Thinkspace Gallery is pleased to present new works by Robert Williams. ‘SLANG Aesthetics!’ is on view at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art Gallery from April 22nd to July 23rd , 2017. The exhibition is Robert Williams’ first major body of work to make its debut in the Midwest, and will feature a selection of brand new oil paintings by the artist alongside all the works that originally made up this amazing exhibition alongside a suite of drawings, a series of large-scale sculptures, and the largest array of his ephemera to date.
Friday, April 21st 7-10PM
On View: April 22nd – July 9th, 2017 // showing in tandem with our ‘JUXTAPOZED’ group show
Taking Place At:
Fort Wayne Museum of Art
311 E. Main Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
To find out more about the exhibition please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website.
Thank you to Arrested Motion for covering Exploring The New Contemporary Art Movement: Part IV exhibition. Jump over to Arrested Motion’s website to explore the exhibition and view all available work from the show on the Thinkspace Gallery website.
Artists were asked to contribute 12 x 12″ pieces leading to a visually conforming display of works. Rounding things out was a showcase for Shok-1 (seen below) and a Homer Simpson x Banksy parody installation by Oak Oak (seen above). – Arrested Motion