New works posted…

We’re excited to announce a ton of new arrivals have recently been posted in our ‘Available Artworks’ section.

New works now in from:

  • Turf One (see above – that’s a hand cut character measuring 47×80″ – SUPER stoked to be working with this artist from Canada – building up towards a big show in our project room next fall and more past that).
  • Anthony Clarkson (for our show at the Cypress College now on view, we’ve sold every piece we’ve ever received from Anthony and after selling out his portion of this past Nov’s show, he’s a bunch of new collectors on board – look for him in a number of group shows with 1988 and others this summer/fall as builds towards a solo in our project room next spring).
  • Cherri Wood (also for Cypress show) – some of her biggest works on paper yet, just stunning and all are really beautifully framed as well.
  • A couple great new works from Ekundayo – look for his show with KMNDZ, “Red Forest”, this October at Thinkspace… don’t sleep on ‘Dayo.
  • One of the best new true pop surrealists on the scene… VA’s David MacDowell just delivered four new beauties (one was already snapped up before we got them in-house)… check him out, he’s come out of nowhere and we’ve got a show next year already on the books. Can’t wait for this one – just crisp, strong works incorporating a myriad of pop culture influences… matched with one of the most inspiring imaginations I’ve seen in some time.
  • Flying/hanging sculptures from OH’s Kevin Titzer – look for a video of these to be posted soon – they are just amazing!
  • Leontine Greenberg just sent us a great new array of her bird themed works on paper – all nicely framed and ready for their new homes. We’ll have these on view, along with a couple others we already had on hand, in our back project room area during Kathie & Brandt’s opening this April. She’s gathering some nice group shows over the coming months and we sold out of her works at this past Jan’s API Benefit show… just cleaver, fun works.
  • Yuka Yamaguchi from Canada by way of Japan has delivered some large new watercolor works on paper that just have to be seen – more from her next year as well.
  • And there are still some BEAUTIFUL works on hand from our recent show with Sarah Joncas and Camilla d’Errico. Both have schedules to be envious of over the coming year and going into 2009, so the time is now before things take another jump due to the ever increasing demand… and with Camilla’s Dark Horse line now hittin’ shops…
  • Speaking of past shows, Zach Johnsen from this past Feb’s “The Trinity”… this kid’s upcoming year is amazing. Plus he’s working with Josh Liner out in NYC, so his profile is sure to continue to grow… and his style is so twisted, yet beautiful… HUGE FAN of his work – hoping others catch wind soon. Solo show in our project room this fall… can’t wait!
  • Last, but certainly not least, KuKula‘s new show, “Dreamcatcher”, is on view for another couple weeks – come on through, she really did an amazing job on this show and we couldn’t be more proud of all the hard work she put into the show.

View ‘Available Artwork’ from the Thinkspace backroom and current show(s) here:

* Look for more new works to be posted later this week…

Amy Sol invited to take part in Semi-Permanent in Australia!

Amy Sol has been invited to take part in this year’s Semi-Permanent convention in Australia.
A huge honor for Amy – check out more here:
So, what is Semi-Permanent? To put it simply Semi-Permanent is a design event. It consists of a conference and side events which include exhibitions, competitions, workshops and parties. It’s a week long celebration of all things design. Graphic Design, Film, Art, Illustration, Web Design, Photography, Visual Effects, Animation, Graffiti, Motion Graphics, Stop Motion; all these things and more. Semi-Permanent explores the diverse and exciting design world bringing together exceptionally talented artists and designers to speak at the event
Oh… and that image above is a lil’ sneak peak from Amy’s upcoming ‘Karmic Magic’ show that is taking place this June at Thinkspace.
We’ll be posting some more sneak previews very soon. Amy’s super excited about this new body of work and we can’t wait for this show to open.

Openings to check out this weekend…

Some good shows going down this weekend. Of note, be sure to check out these:

Fri, March 21st 7-11PM
The Grind Gallery
12222 Venice Blvd. in Los Angeles
“Darkness Falls” – group exhibition
(On view through April 4th)

Sat, March 22nd 7-10PM
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art
1257 N. La Brea Ave in West Hollywood / 323.969.0600
“Anything Could Happen” featuring Faith47, Johnny Yanok, Joulu, Mike Kershner and Misery

Sat, March 22nd 7-10PM
Corey Helford Gallery
8522 Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.287.2340
“Twenty Two” featuring new works from Korin Faught

Sat, March 22nd 7-10PM
Hyaena Gallery
1928 W Olive St., Burbank
“Botched Saints: Icons of the Faithless” – Jeremy Cross
(On view through March 31st)

Sat, March 22nd 7-10PM
Lab 101 Space
8539 Washington Blvd. in Culver City
“Here Is Where You’ll Find Me” – small photos by Ashley Tibbits and David Horvitz
(On view through April 23rd)

Sat, March 22nd 1-5PM
Munky King
7308 Melrose Ave in Los Angeles / 323.938.0091
Plasticgod solo show complete with contests, DJ R-Rated and DJ Colby and more

Sat, March 22nd 7-11PM
Nucleus Gallery
210 E. Main St., Alhambra / 626.458.7482
“King Kong: A Fistful Of Quarters” DVD signing with Scott Campbell and the producer and director of the movie, along with Jon Gibson (I AM 8BIT)

Sat, March 22nd 6-10PM
Poketo Studio
510 S. Hewitt Street, Unit 506 in downtown Los Angeles near Little Tokyo
“First Editions Print Show” – Poketo’s inaugural show at the new studio introducing limited edition letterpressed and giclee prints by 25 international artists

Sat, March 22nd 8-11PM
Wax Poetic Gallery
3208 West Magnolia Blvd in Burbank / 818.843.9469
New works from Aaron Kraten
(On view through May 15th)