Nosego Opening Night Coverage from HI-FRUCTOSE

hi fructose nosego

Hi-Fructose’s coverage of Nosego’s ‘Along Infinite River’ is insightful into the work and the artists. Check out the full story on their website now.

Animals in Nosego’s work also hold emotional symbolism for the artist, who uses them as motifs to express his different feelings. When transmuted together, they also come to represent the never-ending connectivity that can be found within nature.

Hi-Fuctose Studio Visit with Bumblebeelovesyou

HiFructose Bumblebeelovesyou

Hi-Fructose checked in with upcoming project room artist Bumblebeelovesyou and posted lots of sneak peeks from their studio visit. His show #WhereWeBeelong opens this Saturday, June 20th with an opening reception from 6-9pm. Visit Hi-Fructose online for the full story.

With a quirky attention to detail, Bumblebee is also preparing a schoolhouse-themed installation for the exhibit. This includes painstakingly hand-stenciled notebook paper and drawings on fine art paper. – Hi-Fructose

Yosuke Ueno’s “Beautiful Noise” Highlight on Hi-Fructose

Yosuke Ueno

Hi-Fructose stopped by our opening last Saturday for Yosuke Ueno’s “Beautiful Noise” and wrote a great review of the work on their  website. “Beautiful Noise” is on view till June 13. Don’t miss the work of Ariel DeAndrea in our project room as well.

“Ueno’s main concept, “Love, Space and Positive Energy,” feels revived in all aspects of his exhibition; an alternate reality characterized by the bold “noise” of popular culture where medium is as important as the message.” – Caro for Hi-Fructose

Hi-Fructose visit the studio of Allison Sommers

“Inspired by historical wars including WWI & the American Civil war, Brooklyn based artist Allison Sommers will be presenting her newest body of work, ‘Potter’s Field’ at L.A’s Thinkspace Gallery on January 7th. Featuring her signature style of miniature scale paintings composed of gouache on paper, the clusters of creatures, either employed as soldiers, beasts or nurses amongst others are engaged in action in darkened, war torn landscape. Illuminating the scale and inventiveness of Sommers who will also be showing one of the largest pieces she’s created to date, several of the smallest works are housed with antique matchboxes.” – Hi-Fructose

Check out the full studio visit with Allison here:
www.hifructose.com/the-blog/2022-a-studio-visit-with-allison-sommers.html

Allison Sommers “Potter’s Field”

Reception with the artist:
Sat, Jan. 7th 5-8PM

Thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd. in Culver City, CA / www.thinkspacegallery.com

Hi-Fructose Vol. 12 to hit stands in early July…

Hi-Fructose Volume 12 will feature an extensive feature on Todd Schorr, a cover feature on the powerful paintings of Josh Keyes, a look inside the world of Luke Chueh, Yu Jinyoung’s haunting sculptures, the brilliant meditations of painter Michael Hussar, survive a ride on Michael Page’s maelstrom, explore Fuco Ueda’s disturbing dreamscapes, visit Travis Lampe’s world of weeping pulps, spend some time at Mike Shine’s Art Shack, get exposed to Scott Hove’s Cakeland and much more. As usual, another great issue awaits!
For a sneak peek at Volume 12, click here.