Thinkspace Monthly IG Charity Auction with Artist Allison Bamcat. Bidding will be live until Monday, November 28th at 5pm PST!

We’re holding an IG auction here to allow one lucky fan the chance to own this original canvas created by @allisonbamcat in our new courtyard this past October 29th during the opening of our late October exhibitions.

Allison has chosen to work with @endthebacklog and 100% of the proceeds of the sale will be donated to End The Backlog.

End The Backlog tracks the progress of all 50 states in enacting laws and policies embracing our six legislative pillars of comprehensive rape kit reform. These are criteria experts have determined are critical elements in eliminating the untested rape kit backlog once and for all.

Allison Bamcat
Acrylic, acryla gouache and aerosol on canvas
48 x 48 inches / 122 x 122 cm
Signed lower right corner

Bidding will start at $250. Please bid in increments of $25 in the comments below. Bidding will be live until Monday, November 28th at 5pm PST. Winner will be notified over DM and payment will be due by the end of the day on Wednesday, November 30th via PayPal or credit card.

Please Note: Shipping charges will be additional, if the winner is based outside of Los Angeles.

Each month we have a local artist painting live in our courtyard as part of our ongoing ‘Courtyard Sessions’ curated by @goopmassta and each artist will get to choose the charity that their painting’s proceeds will be donated to.

Coming up next Saturday, December 3 we will have BREK @brushwork painting live during the opening of our December exhibitions. Continued thanks to @graphaids for the discount on the canvases.

Photo Tour of Abigail Goldman’s “Instincts and Indulgences” and Huntz Liu’s “Dissolution”

Thinkspace presents a photo tour of Abigail Goldman‘s “Instincts and Indulgences” in Gallery III and Huntz Liu’s “Dissolution” in Gallery IV.

All exhibitions are on view at Thinkspace Projects now through November 19, 2022

Photos by Birdman.

New Prints from Brian M. Viveros Available Now at Thinkspace Shop

“Lonely Bull” is one of the more iconic works featured in MANIA from BRIAN M. VIVEROS and we just knew we had to have this be one of the first print editions published from his new show. For each solo exhibition, Viveros always does a new version of his iconic Bull-Fight-Her heroine. This is his largest scale full body matador to date and showcases a real matador jacket from the 1930’s that is in Brian’s personal collection of ephemera. 

We have also published a special framed edition of “Lonely Bull” at a larger size, that comes in a deluxe walnut frame with gold matte and UV Plexi. With only 12 produced, these are sure to go fast.

We’re also excited to offer “Vengeance Lucha Bat” as a limited edition giclee print. This piece recalls Brian’s mania over Batman as a kid. This kickass Lucha Bat Warrior pays homage to the OG blue and black bat suite and early MEGO toys.

The team over at Static Medium did an incredible job recreating these gems from Viveros. We are all thrilled with the final products and are confident that you will be, too.

Lonely Bull
Standard Edition of 66
Giclee print on Moab Entrada 290gsm paper
18 x 27 inches / 45.7 x 68.6 cm
Signed and numbered by the artist
Printed by Static Medium

Vengeance Lucha Bat
Edition of 66
Giclee print on Moab Entrada 290gsm paper
20 x 20 inches / 50.8 x 50.8 cm
Signed and numbered by the artist
Printed by Static Medium

Edition of 50
One inch, five color enamel pin

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

Available now at Thinkspace Shop.

Michael Reeder “No Dice” Special Edition

Excited to share full details on our “No Dice” unique variant edition with Michael Reeder.

This special unique variant edition is a thing of beauty and has been in the planning and development stages for well over a year as we worked out all the best ways to present this incredible idea for his loyal fans. Inspired by the Colorforms series that’s been popular with children for over 60 years now, we wanted to create a work with Reeder that his fans could change on a regular basis for their viewing pleasure.

‘No Dice’ features two solid steel plates at its core. The base steel plate is custom painted by Reeder (each piece is a unique variant / no two are alike) and the other steel plate has been laser cut and custom painted by the team at Fine Art Solutions.

Each edition comes with a collection of nine screen-printed, laser-cut custom shapes thanks to the teams at Serio Press and POV Evolving. Each laser-cut piece has a custom-shaped magnet on the back, allowing for numerous configurations and viewing options for your ‘No Dice’ work.

Each variant is housed in a custom-painted walnut frame that holds the steel layers together with a perfect fit and arrives ready to hang with a hand-made French cleat from the team at Fine Art Solutions. The paint scheme of each custom walnut frame matches up with the second painted cutout layer, making for a finished and polished look just like Reeder’s gallery works.

This edition is deluxe in every sense of the word, and each work will come housed in a wooden crate with all parts custom fit into laser-cut foam enclosures to ensure a safe arrival to your home, along with white gloves for handling and installation.

Photographs are shared below of each colorway plus examples of some of the many possible configurations.

No Dice
– Acrylic and aerosol on steel and walnut with screen printing on MDF
– Edition of 25 unique variants / Five different colorways of five each
– Within each colorway, each will be numbered 1 through 5.
– Colorways: Blue | Yellow | Green | Pink | White + Grey (AP edition)
– Each set comes with 9 magnetic backed laser cut pieces for unlimited display possibilities
– Overall Framed Dimensions: 25.5 x 32 x 31.5 inches / 66 x 81.2 x 7.6 cm
– $5,500 each


Photo Tour of July 2022 Exhibitions

Thinkspace presents a photo tour of our July 2022 exhibitions featuring Ryol’s (Ryo Laksamana) ‘Ready Known’, Mwanel Pierre-Louis ‘Memories and Manifesting’, Sentrock’s ‘Crash Course’ and group exhibition ‘Growth’.

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