Thank you, American Art Collector for featuring a show preview of LAX / PDX II in their June 2018 issue.
We’re excited to be collaborating with our good friends at Antler Gallery for the 13th iteration of our ongoing traveling ‘LAX‘ exhibition series. ‘LAX / PDX’ will showcase the work of 80 internationally acclaimed artists, many new to the Thinkspace Family.
To view this incredible collection of work, join us for the opening reception of LAX / PDX II this weekend, June 9th from 6 pm to 11 pm at Antler Gallery.
Click here to view the collector preview.
Our friends over at Juxtapoz Magazine not only featured Fintan Magee’s “The Big Dry” in the Summer 2018 issues, but they published a preview featuring three works and a statement about the development of the show on their website too.
Check out “The Big Dry” at Thinkspace Culver City now through June 23rd.
Our friends over at Juxtapoz recently featured the latest murals from our collaboration with RAD Napa. Flip through the gallery on their website for awesome progress shots and the finished pieces captured by our resident photographer, Birdman photos.
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Thinkspace Projects has been curating murals for RAD Napa with support from the Wine Train and Napa Valley Vine Trail. Check out the other murals developed through the project here.
Toner Magazine recently interviewed Thinkspace Family member Scott Listfield who’s most recent exhibition “1984” was on view this past January. The interview explores Listfield’s inspiration and path as a creative person. Visit Toner Magazine for the full interview and a great highlight of Listfield’s body of work over the years.
Creativity without discipline is a nice hobby. Which is fine. Hobbies are cool. But if you want to make a career out of something, or even just get your work out there in the world, you better be ready to get some work done, make some sacrifices. – Scott Listfield for Toner Magazine
Toner Magazine recently interviewed Thinkspace Family artists Alvaro Naddeo.
Naddeo started showing with Thinkspace last year and has received a massive positive response from the community. His thought-provoking work connects with people from all walks of life as they reflect on consumerism, mobility, identity, and more.
Jump over to the Toner Magazine website to read the full interview.
Where do you get your inspiration?
On the aesthetic level, I’m really inspired by everyday marginalized, urban, quotidian objects, and inspired by trying to find an angle or a composition where those uninteresting objects obtain a new and compelling beauty. I’m also fascinated by the natural decay of those elements, observing how everything loses its original color, shape, and texture, how sunlight, heat, rain, humidity wind and time add an organic and particular texture to them.
On a political level, I’m inspired by the opportunity to share my point of view of the world and to connect with people who think alike. Its very interesting to me to use art as an instrument for criticizing the things I see and disagree, like overconsumption, social inequality, programmed obsolescence and the consequence they have over the exploited third world countries, nature and planet as a whole. – Alvaro Naddeo for Toner Magazine
Alvaro Naddeo’s next solo exhibition with Thinkspace Projects opens June 30th!