Daniel Bilodeau featured in Hi-Fructose


New to the Thinkspace family roster, artist Daniel Bilodeau was featured on Hi-Fructose’s website. We’re excited to be exhibiting a new piece from Bilodeau at Scope Miami Beach next month and work with the artist more in 2017.

View the full article on Hi-Fructose’s website.

New York City-based artist Daniel Bilodeau creates work that blends traditional still-life and figure studies with postmodern, existential displacement. These are works that feel as though once complete, were re-arranged by the hands of another creator. – Hi-Fructose

Audrey Kawasaki & Stella Im Hultberg on Hi-Fructose


Thank you to Hi-Fructose for featuring their favorite pieces from Audrey Kawasaki’s “Interlude” and Stella Im Hultberg’s “Hollow Resonance” on their website in anticipation of last week’s opening.

The exhibitions are on view now until December 3 during the gallery hours, Tuesday through Saturday noon to 6pm.

Audrey Kawasaki

Stella Im Hultberg
Hollow Resonance


Dan Lydersen Featured on Hi-Fructose.com


Thinkspace Family artist Dan Lydersen was recently featured on Hi-Fructose.com. We’ve loved working with Dan and showing him in various exhibitions. His piece ‘Terrestrial’ is currently on view in NEXUS at The Brand Library and Art Center, and will be showing new work at SCOPE MIAMI this December.

View the full feature on Hi-Fructose.com.

Though several of Dan Lydersen’s oil paintings are contemporary in content, the engine that fuels these works consists of timeless bouts with spirituality, nature, and materiality. There’s a surreal quality some; a somber realism in others. – Hi-Fructose

Stephanie Buer on HiFructose.com

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Artist, Stephanie Buer’s work is featured on Hi-Fructose.com. The website shares a series of her charcoal drawings and discusses the pieces in further detail. Thinkspace Gallery will be exhibiting new works from Buer in early 2017, so keep your eye out and sign up for our mailing list.  View all of Stephanie Buer’s available works at Thinkspace Gallery here.

Read the full piece on  HiFructose.com 

Stephanie Buer has been exploring the decay and evolution of cityscapes since studying at College for Creative Studies in Detroit in the mid-2000s, where she began to pursue a career in painting and drawing. In her charcoal works, these urban scenes garner a sense of desolation, stripped of even fading hues or sunlight. – Hi-Fructose.com

Hi-Fructose Preview of Kwon Kyung-yup’s “Melancholia”

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Hi-Fructose released an online preview of Kwon Kyung-yup’s upcoming exhibition Melancholia. The exhibition, which will be in Thinkspace Gallery’s main room, will be showing all new works by the Korean painter as she explores her memories and addresses the most desperate and desirable issues of humanity.

Read and view the full preview on Hi-Fructose’s website.

“Her works find an emotional balance between her artistic inspirations, citing the beauty in Klimt’s paintings which she pairs with tragedy, as found in the works of Caravaggio.” – Hi-Fructose

Hi-Fructose Features James Bullough Online

James Bullough HiFructose

We wanted to highlight the online feature of artist James Bullough that is up on Hi-Fructose. James’s was apart of our April ‘Gumbo‘ show and the above pictured mural is currently on view at the Long Beach Museum of Art for Vitality and Verve. We are excited to be working with James and to continue to share his work with an international audience. Keep an eye out for new work by James Bullough in our upcoming London exhibition LAX/LHR and later this year for Spoke Art Miami during Art Basel.

Please visit Hi-Fructose’s website to view the article.

Hi-Fructose visit the studio of Jeremy Hush

Hi-Fructose recently visited the studio of Philadelphia based artist Jeremy Hush as he finishes up his new works for ‘At A Loss For Words’ opening on September 29th in the project room at Thinkspace.

“Working in ball-point pen and an autumnal color palette, the new works explore themes of decay and rebirth, as his strange beauties double as vessels as birds and other wildlife find homes between their rib and jaw bones. Tangles of overgrown natural elements converge with rusted skeleton keys and clockwork parts, an interesting marriage between nature and machinery that provides a nuanced back drop for his ghostly figures.” – Hi-Fructose

View full studio visit here:

6009 Washington Blvd. / Culver City, CA 90232 / thinkspacegallery.com

*Above photo courtesy of JL Schnabel