Dulk Interviewed in Street Art United States

Street Art United States interviewed Thinkspace Family artist Dulk to discuss social media, the origins of the name Dulk, the evolution of street artists to muralist and so much more. Jump on over to Street Art United States website to read the full interview.

We’re excited to be showing work by Dulk in two of our museum curated exhibitions now on view,  Juxtapozed showing at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art and Flourish at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum.  This won’t be the last of Dulk in 2017 as we will be showing him this fall in the UK as well. We also have a few prints from Dulk still available to purchase on the Thinkspace Gallery website.

Painting in the street allowed me to take my future more seriously as an “artist”, it was a turning point in my life. Ever since I laid hands on my first spray can, my road changed direction.  –  Dulk from Street Art United States Interview

DULK Print Drop Tomorrow, May 26th

We’re excited to announce Thinkspace Gallery will be publishing our first fine art print from DULK. This special edition is of ‘The Threat’ that was featured in our recent ‘NEXUS‘ exhibition at the Brand Library & Art Center in Glendale, California. Printed by the good folks at Static Medium, this edition came out just beautifully and will be available this coming Friday morning.

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‘The Threat’
Edition of 30
12×20 inches / 30.4×50.8cm
Signed and numbered by the artist
$100 each

Please note there are no pre-orders or holds available. Our web shop only accepts payment via PayPal currently, so please make sure your address is confirmed there. Prints will ship from our offsite warehouse, so please note in-person pickup is not an option. All prints will ship out within a week of being ordered and tracking will be shared to your PayPal account. Thank you.
Available at 10AM Pacific Time this coming Friday, May 26 at:

New Mural by Artist Dulk in Wittenberg Germany

Thinkspace Family artist Dulk recently completed a new mural in Wittenberg Germany for Kura Fest. The mural titled “Where We Used to Scream” addresses the struggle between life and death that is the nature of all things. The salmon, which is represented in the crest of Wittenberg, symbolizes the desire to return to a place of peace in order to continue a legacy, despite the peril that awaits.

Dulk currently has two new pieces on view at the Mesa Contemporary Art Museum and one at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. To view all available work by Dulk, visit the Thinkspace Gallery website.

 

Viva Art Vegas at Life Is Beautiful

Thinkspace curator Andrew Hosner headed out to Las Vegas last weekend to check out the murals at Life Is Beautiful. The mural element of the music and art festival was curated by our friends over at Just Kids and a few of the Thinkspace family were invited to participate. Bezt, Dulk, and Martin Whatson blessed the buildings of Las Vegas with colorful fun new pieces.

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An art adventure for Hosner would not be complete without exploring some abandoned buildings. Here are some other stops on his Vegas adventure.

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Also on view for the next two years, just outside Las Vegas ‘Seven Magic Mountains’ by Ugo Rondinone is a must see.

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