The doors to Audrey Kawasaki’s ‘Interlude’ and Stella Im Hultberg’s ‘Hollow Resonance’ opened at 5:00pm to let in the long line who was anxiously waiting to purchase new print releases from Audrey and Stella. The gallery was packed with Audrey and Stella fan’s admiring their stunning new body of work from 5:00pm till long past doors at 9:00pm.
Audrey Kawasaki’s exhibition sold out before doors with four exclusive drawings reserved for the opening night. The fours drawings went quickly and were picked up by 4 special collectors who were within the first 15 people to purchase prints. There are still a few pieces available from Stella Im Hultberg‘s beautiful show ‘Hollow Resonance’ inspired by dreams and her current relationship with her mother and motherhood. Make sure to check out our interview with Stella Im Hultberg for more background on her current work.
Both exhibitions are on view now until December 3, 2016.
Thank you to everyone that came out last Saturday to support our new solo exhibitions from Sandra Chevrier and Sean Mahan. Their fans came out of the woodwork for the opening and both artists definitely felt the love. So many local artists came by to support too, always cool to see. A big thank you goes out to both Sandra and Sean for creating phenomenal new bodies of work as well.
The exhibitions are on view now until November 5th Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 6pm. To view available works from the artists please visit the links below.
We’re thrilled to share Kevin Peterson’s much-anticipated exhibition “Sovereign” sold out before doors and opened with red dots lining the walls. Amanda ‘Mando’ Marie’s “The Light Touch” latest body of work extended into the office with a beautiful stenciled mural with pieces purchased on sight. A line before doors formed as people anxiously waited to pick up a new print from Peterson, and both shows were well received throughout the evening. Peterson warmly answered questions regarding his work during the reception and unfortunately Marie had to rush off post-mural for her next art adventure.
Both exhibitions are on view now until September 10th during gallery hours, Tuesday – Saturday noon to 6pm. To view all available work from Amanda ‘Mando’ Marie and to view the pieces from Kevin Peterson online, visit the links below.
The sky was orange from smoke on Saturday, July 23rd, a fitting backdrop for the opening of Adam Caldwell‘s ‘Dark Stage’ in Thinkspace Gallery’s main room. Caldwell’s latest body of work inspired by a collaboration with the Badelion Dance Troupe is rich in color, composition, and emotion. Those who attended the opening were treated to two live performances from the dancers that inspired Caldwell’s work and a few of the models could be spotted amongst the attendees.
In Thinkspace Gallery’s project room, Spanish artist Cinta Vidal exhibited new works for her first US-based solo show, ‘Gravities’. A collection of paintings reflecting the varied perspectives within the world we live in. During the opening reception, two prints from Cinta Vidal, a giclee of ‘Brutal Architecture’ and a print on wood of ‘Together Alone’ were available to those looking to take a bit of Cinta’s work home with them that night.
We invite you to come see the current exhibitions Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 6pm, on view until August 13th.
To view available work from the both shows please click the links below.
This past Saturday our gallery was filled with the creative and colorful personalities of Jeremy Fish, Jim Houser, and Troy Lovegates. This merry band of artists brought into the gallery their latest body of work commenting on their observations and interpretations of life as they see it, their compositions always filled with a sprinkle of humor and a dash of sarcasm. You can view all available works from Jeremy Fish, Jim Houser, and Troy Lovegates on the Thinkspace Gallery website. We invite you to come see the current exhibition Tuesday through Saturday noon to 6pm, on view until July 16th.
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 Rebuiltare 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.
New York meets Korea in our latest exhibition with artists Kwon Kyung-yup and Matthew Grabelsky. Kwon’s “Melancholia” took over Thinkspace Gallery’s main room creating a beautiful stillness to absorb and take in her latest body of work. In the project room Grabelsky’s “Underground” brought the bustling stories that exist within (what at times is) the most mundane moments, riding public transit. Both exhibitions are on view through May 21st, the juxtaposition of their stories to be experienced in person. Please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website to view all available works from Underground and Melancholia.
Opening reception photos courtesy of Bryan “Birdman” Mier.