A well-deserved feature, Jolene Lai was recently highlighted on BOOOOOOOM in their Artist Spotlight series. Many of the pieces from Jolene Lai’s most recent exhibition with us, Besides You are featured in the spotlight. We’re thrilled Jolene Lai’s work continues to connect with art lovers. For those who would like to view her work in person, she is currently a part of both of our summer museum exhibitions, Flourish at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum and Juxtapozed at Fort Wayne Museum of Art.
To view all available work by Jolene Lai, visit the Thinkspace Gallery website.
A beautiful flip through of Thinkspace family artist Tran Nguyen’s gorgeous layout in the seventeenth issue of Beautiful Bizzare. Nguyen’s work depicts surreal dreamscapes that are ethereal in nature with illustrative execution. Tran Nguyen’s currently showing a new piece in Flourish at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum and will be exhibiting in Swank in September.
View all available work by Tran Nguyen on the Thinkspace Gallery website.
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
Last month, American Art Collector magazine covered two of our exhibitions, Flourish at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum and Brain Mashburn’s Axiom in the Thinkspace Gallery project room. You can view the articles in more detail at the following link.
Last weekend FLOURISH at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum curated by Thinkspace Gallery opened to a positive reception. We’d like to thank all that came to the exhibition from all over Arizona and beyond to support the opening night. We were so thrilled to see over 1,200 art lovers come through the doors of the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum in the beautiful Mesa Arts Center located in the heart of downtown Mesa, Arizona.
The site-specific ephemeral murals from Esao Andrews and Nosego along with the site-specific installation from Felipe Pantone are reason enough to visit, if not for the incredible group show featuring close to 100 artists from around the globe. A great introduction to the burgeoning New Contemporary Art Movement for those new to this scene and an incredible survey of some of the hottest artists out there for those that are in the know and already familiar. This landmark exhibition remains on view through August 6th, so please be sure to pay it a visit this summer.
For more information on the exhibition and to view the available pieces from the show visit the Thinkspace Gallery website.
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Continue reading Opening Reception of “Flourish” at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum
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.
New to the Thinkspace Family, Juan Travieso was recently featured and interviewed for artist of the week on Urban Outfitters UK blog. Travieso has shown with us in various group exhibitions including Scope, Pow! Wow! Hawaii, Nexus and more. He currently has two new pieces on view, one in Juxtapozed at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art and soon to be opened Flourish at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum. To view all available work from Juan Travieso visit the Thinkspace Gallery website.
How would you describe your work?
My work is an appropriation of different styles and techniques that brings my compositions and color together. How I do this is I use my computer as a tool to create compositions that don’t physically exists in the world and through that I am able to open windows into virtual or digital spaces and create possibilities that are endless.
View full interview on UO Blog UK.