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

Andrew Hosner Featured In GRAFFITI ART MAGAZINE

We feel a great sense of pride seeing the artists we represent interviewed in the pages of our favorite art magazine, so when one of our co-owners gets some attention, it puts us over the moon. We’re extremely excited to share Andrew Hosner, Thinkspace Gallery co-owner and curator’s 10-page spread in French publication Graffiti Art Magazines. The article discusses how Andrew’s background in the music industry informs his approach to the art world.  You can view a PDF version of the article here, Andrew Hosner L’amplificateur.”  

‘Launching Your Art Career’ with a contribution from Andrew Hosner

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Launching Your Art Career is now available on Amazon and through SloanFineArt. com. This book is a no-nonsense guide to navigating the incredibly elusive art world. With over 40 working artists and art dealers, including Thinkspace co-owner/curator Andrew Hosner, contributing to this practical guide – it’s time to get to work.

In this no nonsense, easy-to-read handbook, experienced arts professional Alix Sloan shares advice, information and encouragement to help artists successfully launch, re-launch or refocus their careers. Topics include: setting goals, networking, finding & creating exhibition opportunities, pricing & selling art, working with galleries, effective web sites & artist statements, studio management and more. Also included: helpful online resources and additional advice from over forty working artists and art dealers.