Juxtapoz features Brett Amory’s “American Monologue”

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We want to congratulate Brett Amory on his current exhibition American Monologue at the Ft. Wayne Museum of Art. Amory has shown with Thinkspace Gallery over the years with solo exhibitions, a notable installation at 20 Years Under the Influence of Juxtapoz, and a current work in NEXUS showing at the Brand Library & Art Center.  For all those interested in viewing the work from American Monologue, please contact Thinkspace Gallery for a PDF copy.

Visit Juxtapoz.com for a full write-up on Amory’s latest exhibition at the Ft. Wayne museum of art.

“Amory’s new work is based on the people and places of Fort Wayne, and is accompanied by a large installation that challenges what it means to be an “All-American City” and the concept of the American Dream. The installation will be constructed here during the month of November, allowing the public to watch Amory work.” – Juxtapoz

Allison Sommers’s ‘Bruxism’ featured on Juxtapoz.com

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Thank you to our friends at Juxtapoz for featuring Allison Sommers’s latest exhibition “Bruxism”. The show is on view until October 8th and you can view all available artwork from Sommers here.

We are exctied about this one, seeing that this looks like some of Allison’s strongerst works to date. Thinkspace is pleased to present Bruxism, a solo exhibition of new works by Brooklyn-based artist Allison Sommers. In her sixth exhibition with the gallery, Sommers presents new mixed-media works that veer increasingly towards an expressionistic abstraction of the figurative – Juxtapoz

Kevin Peterson Featured in the September Issue of Juxtapoz

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Kevin Peterson is featured in the September issue of Juxtapoz magazine. Visit Juxtapoz.com for a preview of the issue, and an interview with Kevin Peterson discussing his upcoming exhibition with Thinkspace Gallery opening this Saturday, August 20th.

The new work looks, dare I say, a lot more post-apocalyptic? Not in the “end of the world” sort of way, but also not subtle, as in The Leftovers sort of way. What ideas and themes were you channeling?
I don’t believe in an end of the world, apocalypse-type situation.The earth will persist, but the only question is what stage it will be in. Time and how things change over time are always themes in my work. I like thinking about our world in different stages. Seeing how the things we make crumble and decay. Seeing nature take over when it’s allowed to, but even nature is cyclical. A forest burns down, but it grows back stronger. It’s just a matter of time.

New Works by Jeremy Fish and Jim Houser featured on Juxtapoz

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Juxtapoz featured our upcoming exhibition of new works by Jeremy Fish and Jim Houser online, hop on over to their website and read the full write up and get ready for Saturday!

Two phenomenally influential and distinctively stylized artists, Jeremy Fish, and Jim Houser both came to their love of art making through drawing, music, and skate culture. – Juxtapoz

Juxtapoz Says You Should See “Breaking Point” by James Bullough

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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