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

James Bullough in Juxtapoz

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

 

Kwon Kyung-Yup “Melancholia” feature on Juxtapoz

Juxtapoz Feature on Kwon

We wanted to send out our love and appreciation to Juxtapoz for featuring Kwon Kyung-yup’s current exhibition Melancholia.

Visit Juxtapoz’s website for the full article.

“We have been noticing Kwon’s work over the past few years, and she is part of a group of great young Korean artists that have made that country one of the most exciting places in contemporary art.” – JUXTAPOZ

‘Galimatias’ Coverage Up On Juxtapoz and Arrested Motion

Etam Coverage

It may be cold outside but that hasn’t kept people away from ‘Galimatias’; Thinkspace’s latest exhibition by polish duo Etam Cru. The show is sold out with only a few prints still left on hand. If you didn’t get a chance to see the opening, check out the coverage on Juxtapoz and Arrested Motion. ‘Galimatias’ is on view till January 16th, please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website for holiday hours.

Etam Coverage

Etam Cru featured in January Issue of Juxtapoz

Etam Cru Juxtapoz

We’re excited about Etam Cru’s first state-side exhibition, Galimatias, opening at Thinkspace Gallery this Saturday, December 12. Along with the exhibition of new work, the artists are releasing a series of prints that are a mixture of screen prints and giclees. Read up on this talented Polish duo in the January issue of Juxtapoz now available where sold.  Can’t wait? There is an excerpt of the interview up on Juxtapoz.com now!

When you work by yourself, you are the boss of the work. You don’t have to answer to anybody; you choose the theme, colors and composition. I think that working together levels you up; you have to be better and better because your friend is getting better. – Bezt

Brian M. Viveros Featured in Juxtapoz’s October Issue

Brian M Viveros Juxtapoz

Artist Brian M. Viveros dishes the dirt in an 8 page spread in this month’s Juxtapoz discussing his much anticipated Matador exhibition opening at Thinkspace Gallery, Saturday, November 7th.  Jump on over to Juxtapoz.com to read an excerpt from Brian’s interview and scroll through Brian’s studio, shot by the awesome Birdman.

“I decided to tell their stories using iconoclastic types and casting them in strong roles, so I started to develop the boxing girl, the matador, the lucha libre, Dia De Los Muertos girl, the army girl, all of these versions to play a part in this DirtyLand world I was creating.” – Brian M. Viveros,  Juxtapoz October 2015

Brian M Viveros Juxtapoz

Fernando Chamarelli “Secret Code” featured on Juxtapoz.com

juxtapoz fernando charmarellli

Secret Code‘ exhibiting new works from Brazilian artist Fernando Chamarelli opens Saturday, August 15th. Juxtapoz.com wrote a great feature on the artist, capturing his style and alluding to his upcoming show. The opening reception at Thinkspace Gallery begins at 6 pm and will continue into the night till 9 pm. Please visit Juxtapoz.com for the full online article.

Lots of colors, lots of details, lots hybrid human-creatures, go get it.

Preview of ‘ The Gilded Age’ in Juxtapoz’s September Issue

September Juxtapoz

Thinkspace’s September exhibition ‘The Gilded Age‘ featuring new work from artists Aaron Horkey, Esao Andrews, and Joao Ruas received a ten page spread in the latest Juxtapoz. Now available on newsstands and online, make sure to pick up a issue of the September Juxtapoz to see an incredible preview of the work that will be at Thinkspace this fall.  A great piece in which all three artists were interviewed.

Gilded Age Juxtapoz