JUXTAPOZ gives full page of love for ‘RAIZ’ exhibition opening!

Full page of opening night photos in the ‘Pop Life’ section of the new issue of JUXTAPOZ for our ‘RAIZ’ exhibition at the Brand Library & Art Center in Glendale, California. New issue now on news stands worldwide.

All exhibitions are on view now through March 17, 2023 at:

The Brand Library and Arts Center
1601 W. Mountain Street
Glendale, California 91201

Viewing Days / Hours:
Tues. – Thurs.: 11am – 8pm
Fri. & Sat.: 10am – 5pm
Closed Sun. & Mon.
Free Admission & Free Parking

For more about the exhibition and opening night click HERE!

Curated by Thinkspace Projects x Tlaloc Studios x California Cowboys Collective

Anthony Clarkson ‘Enigmatic Dreams
Ken Flewellyn ‘Remix
Matthew Grabelsky ‘Riders
Anthony Hurd ‘Verified
Cody Jimenez ‘Efferverence

RAIZ’ group show featuring new work from:
Antonio J. Ainscough
Fajar Amali
Michael Bardales
Ezra Brown
Karla Ekatherine Canseco
Rene Casamalhuapa
Young-Ji Cha
Sara Chakmakian
Leo Eguiarte
Sofia Enriquez
Isaac Escoto
Ha Haeng-Eun
Priscilla S. Flores
Genavee Gomez
Melissa Govea
Fabian Guerrero
Daniela Garcia Hamilton
Chuy Hartman
Emiliana Herniquez
Armani Howard
Carlos Jaramillo
Haylie Jimenez
Sydnie Jimenez
Jolene Lai
Andrew Lopez
Selena Lozano
Steve Martinez
Jay McKay
Gibran Mendoza
Aryana Minai
Vanessa Morata
Kristy Moreno
Mr. B Baby
Baby Mueller
Guillaume Ollivier
Chaz Outing
Jerry Peña
Perez Bros
Pinche Kid
Lily Ramirez
Marissa Reyes
Gustavo Rimada
Euan Roberts
Esperanza Rosas
Conrad Ruiz
Javier Hache Ruiz
Tamara Santibañez
Fandi Angga Saputra
Mia Scarpa
Aof Smith
Melly Trochez
Ever Velasquez
Jacqueline Valenzuela
Daisy Velasco
Manuel Zamudio
Zeye Oner

Brek | Love Yo Dreams | Mr. B Baby

Live Painting:
Alison Bamcat
Angel Once


Car Clubs:
Cabrones Car Club | Ghetto Car Club | Bikes On The Blvd

Zavalas Pies | Sweet Life LA | Bad Jimmys

DJ action courtesy of GOLDNBROWN and a cash bar on site featuring mixed drinks and Peroni Beer

Video Projections courtesy of Digital Debris Video Gallery

Photos & Video by Birdman.

New print edition from Langston Allston now available Friday February 24, 2023

Embrace‘ was one of the the more sought after works featured in Langston Allston’s recent solo exhibition ‘Blue City’ that took place with us last year.

We’re excited to now offer ‘Embrace‘ as a giclee print with hand-deckled edges on 290gsm paper printed by our friends over at Static Medium.

18 x 24 inches / 45 x 60 cm
Fine art print on Moab Entrada 290gsm paper
Hand Deckled Edges
Edition of 60
Hand signed and numbered by the artist

Available NOW via our web shop.

Shipping costs are additional and will be calculated during check out. Any customs or duty fees incurred, are not the responsibility of the gallery.

B. ROBERT MOORE’S ‘Out the Mud: A Black American Rite of Passage’ showing at Thinkspace Projects | March 4 – March 25, 2023

Out the Mud: A Black American Rite of Passage

On view March 4 – March 25, 2023 in Gallery I

Opening Reception:
Saturday, March 4 from 6-10pm

  • FREE show poster to the first 150 people through the door (shared above)

Thinkspace Projects is honored to present b. Robert Moore’s inaugural solo show ‘Out the Mud: A Black American Rite Of Passage.’ Self-taught and multidisciplinary artist, Moore, uses art as a means to process both the personal and the societal. He provides the perspective that a quick glance may not. Noticing that, like many humans and human experiences the exterior is merely a facade that does not dive into the true interior, the influences and experiences that impact them and thus human nature typically has a subjective stance. Robert attempts to strip away those subjective “soft” assumptions of narrative, instead, calling them out directly. That is the goal in his work, to conflict and provoke thought of narrative of the African and African American diaspora as well as social and civil experiences of underrepresented people and narratives. A true representation of his experiences through a collective community lens, Moore maintains that art should be felt, not just seen.

For this debut solo exhibition, b. Robert Moore, lays out his experience as a Black American, in the perspective of a linear ‘Rite of Passage’, as his experiences and those of the Black community in America.

In describing this body of work, Moore says, “For many Black Americans, we have no direct understanding of our traditional African tribes rite of passage. Our only Rite Of Passage is what we have inherited by being born descendants of African slaves here in America. For many, birth and childhood are traumatic, coming of age is a form of warfare (if we even survive). We are conditioned to not understand marital structure, we experience religious confusion through manipulation, death…. And more. With the hope that our coming of Age, our Rite of Passage, is to make it past the age of 25…. If we do, some of us may even thrive. We may even find a smile. We may recreate. We may be the rose that grew from concrete. Out The Mud.”

Artist Bio:
b. Robert Moore (b.1983) Des Moines, Iowa | Lakewood, California. Robert, a multidisciplinary contemporary artist started painting to counter drug addiction and alcoholism among mental and emotional health outlets. A self taught folk artist, Robert’s mastery is infant but seasoned and continues to be a focus of his practice. Mastery of his passion.

To Robert, he is constantly in pursuit of happiness, which in his current state is defined by fulfillment + purpose. He finds purpose in connecting narrative and opening doors for connection, relation, healing, discussion. From up-cycled sculpture to abstract portrait and urban neo-expressionism, Robert has defined his genre or style as “narrative”. He is purposeful with every word, brushstroke and connection to the work with contention if intentionally or accidental occurrences influenced the work.

Thinkspace Projects
4217 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, California 90016

New hand-embellished print edition from Brian “Dovie” Golden available this Friday February 17, 2023

Good Vibes” was, hands down, the most sought after work featured in Brian “Dovie” Golden’s recent solo exhibition ‘Parking Lot Carnival’ that took place with us last year. So many collectors wanted this gem and we just knew we had to do something special with Dovie around this impactful image he created.

We’re excited to now offer “Good Vibes” as a deluxe hand-embellished giclee print edition that will be available this Friday. The team over at Static Medium did an incredible job recreating this gem from Dovie. The artist then spent time with each print, hand painting ‘GOOD VIBES’ onto each and every print in this special edition.

We are over the moon with the final product and are confident that you will be, too!

“Good Vibes”
18 x 24 inches / 45 x 60 cm
Hand-Embellished by the artist | ‘Good Vibes’ hand painted on each
Hand Deckled Edges
Edition of 40
Hand signed and numbered by the artist

Available this Friday, February 17 at 10am PST / 1pm EST via our web shop. Please be sure to use Google to check the exact time in your area.

Shipping costs are additional and will be calculated during check out. Any customs or duty fees incurred, are not the responsibility of the gallery.

Sorry, no pre-sales of any kind are available. Thank you.

Photo Tour of Noritoshi Mitsuuchi’s ‘Phenomenon’ and  Caroline Liu’s ‘Stages of Grief’ 

Thinkspace presents a photo tour of Noritoshi Mitsuuchi‘s ‘Phenomenon’ in Gallery III and Caroline Liu’s ‘Stages of Grief’ showing in Gallery IV.

To read more about the exhibitions and opening night CLICK HERE!

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