We are in the final days of “Breaking Point” featuring new work by James Bullough in Thinkspace Gallery’s project room. Juxtapoz says you should see “Breaking Point” before the show comes down. Your last day to view “Breaking Point” and Curiot’s mesmerizing “Act 1: Warped Passage” is Saturday, June 18th from noon to 6pm. You have been informed.
“James has been on our radar, and seeing a new series of his paintings, like the ones in Breaking Point, reinforce the talent he has and his ability to capture motion and movement in a refreshing way. We highly recommend checking the show out before it comes down on June 18, 2016.” – Juxtapoz
The problem with hyperbole is when you abuse it and then actually need to describe something, but the word you’ve abused, like transform now means nothing. I’ve stated Thinkspace Gallery’s main room has been transformed by our artists, and in one respect they have setting the tone for the gallery’s atmosphere with their latest body of work. But Curiot truly has transformed the space and has made our gallery unrecognizable, complete with a fur room, pink room, and purple floors. Last, Saturday, May 28th the gallery opened with a line and a small delay to doors as we prepared for the drop of two prints; one from Curiot and the second from our project room artist James Bullough.
The entire night was vibrating with an electric energy fueled by the vision of Curiot’s world, James Bullough’s work celebrating the body in motion , and UR New York’s resourceful work manipulating found pieces into fine art. Curiot’s Act 1: Warped Passage, James’s Bullough’s Breaking Point, and UR New York’s Destroy’ed and Rebuilt are on view till June 18th. If you are in a 2 hour drive time radius of Culver City and have an inkling to see this exhibition, know that you will regret missing it if you don’t come in. Also, please wear socks, no shoes on the fur.
Opening reception photos courtesy of Birdman