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.
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.
An art adventure for Hosner would not be complete without exploring some abandoned buildings. Here are some other stops on his Vegas adventure.
Also on view for the next two years, just outside Las Vegas ‘Seven Magic Mountains’ by Ugo Rondinone is a must see.