OUT OF MANY, ONE: New Works by Kyle Bryant | EXHIBITS DECEMBER 2020

Thinkspace Projects presents:

KYLE BRYANT
Out of Many, One

December 12, 2020 through January 2, 2021

Kyle Bryant graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a BFA in 2008 and has been perfecting his special brand of what he refers to as “Present Surrealism” ever since, an aesthetic bordering on the edge of a believable reality. A fine artist focusing on woodcut printmaking, Bryant recently took his oeuvre into a new direction, by adding layering and dimension to his wood-carved works.

“The work that I create takes a traditional medium and expands upon it by completely dismantling it. After years of creating woodblock prints I decided to take one apart, carve each piece individually, and put it back together in three-dimensional form. The result is a stunning combination of artistic expression, tradition, craftsmanship and an explosion of color.” – Kyle Bryant

SUNSETS IN THE APOCALYPSE: New Works by Manuel Zamudio | EXHIBITS DECEMBER 2020

Thinkspace Projects presents:

MANUEL ZAMUDIO
Sunsets In The Apocalypse

December 12, 2020 through January 2, 2021

Manuel Zamudio comes to us from the depths of the talent rich city of McAllen, Texas. He was born in Mexico City, DF, and has made his way to Texas since 1992 at the age of 5. While dealing with the challenges that often come with assimilating to a starkly different culture at a very young age, Zamudio found refuge by immersing himself in art. As a self-taught artist, Zamudio started perfecting his technique by replicating comic books, without knowing or understanding the human figure, and the concepts of color schemes. Once Zamudio grew older he started taking an interest in the urban culture of South Texas, learning color scheme, perception, shadow and so on from local graffiti artist.

Zamudio’s new line of work has been immensely inspired by great works of cinematography, street art, and post-apocalyptic sci-fi novels. Using portraits as a snapshot of his own movie, blending reality with the surreal. Zamudio’s new work will be exploring new methods on how to bring cinematography onto the canvas. As Zamudio writes:

“What remains of aesthetics in a fading world? When the veil of order crumbles and the weariness of decay sets in, the soul of a society thrives, or dies based solely on the affirmations of its unique individuals upholding what identity there is left.

Although despair can weigh heavily even on the lightest of humanity, perseverance in the face of hopelessness, or even madness, can become the strongest fight against inhumane desolation. In the last vestiges of a dying culture, the embers of expression are imbued in even the dimmest of lights.”

APOSTASY: New Works by SUPER A | EXHIBITS DECEMBER 2020

Thinkspace Projects presents:

SUPER A (aka Stefan Thelen)
Apostasy

December 12, 2020 through January 2, 2021

Dutch artist Stefan Thelen, better known by his moniker Super A, creates hyperreal murals and studio paintings that explore the world of human contradiction. Through the combination of realistic and surreal imagery, Super A is often dealing in visual metaphor and social messaging, questioning the ideologies and cultural myths we’ve become too complacent at accepting without critique. Interested in the interrogation of objectivity and its ultimate exposure as a construct, Super A combines elements of realism with the free reign of fiction to produce unexpected results.

Apostasy is Thinkspace’s third solo presentation of Super A’s work. His well-established alias is a creative alter identity created to explore more contentious and difficult subject matter as a muralist in the public sphere. His most recent body of works strips cartoon, fairytale, or pop cultural archetypes of their fantasy and veneer, revealing the realistic or historical counterparts beneath them. An apt commentary on the dissimulation of popular cultural mythology, Super A deconstructs its theater.

Super A is a mystery that leans on the art doing most of the talking for Stefan Thelen, taking the viewer into a wonderland walking down a yellow brick road in which Thelen’s figurative and modern surrealist compositions are providing playful puzzles to decipher.

SCOPE Immersive Miami Beach | Virtual Booth #122

Cinta Vidal

SCOPE Immersive Miami Beach
Booth 122

December 1 – December 6

Excited to share details on our virtual booth with SCOPE this December 1-6 as part of their “Immersive Miami Beach” online event where we will be showcasing new work from Kayla Mahaffey, Julio Anaya Cabanding, Imon Boy, James Bullough and Cinta Vidal.

SCOPE is using its momentum as an online pioneer to build awareness and educate buyers. Honoring its mission to provide an experiential platform for discovery, Immersive Miami Beach will welcome over 30 exhibitors from around the world featuring The New Contemporary, a genre that stands as a critical contribution to both global politics and local community engagement.

Immersive Miami Beach will be open to the public beginning Tuesday, December 1st at 10am EST and run through Sunday, December 6th at 11:59pm.

Full details at www.scope-art.com

“The Price of Everything and the Value of Nothing” Virtual Exhibition

Chirrete Golden

“The Price of Everything and the Value of Nothing”
Examining the excess of Art Basel Miami week and the Art World at large

December 1 – December 30
Virtual exhibition at Thinkspace / extension of our booth with SCOPE Immersive II

Excited for our upcoming special exhibition inspired by the quote “There are a lot of people who know the price of everything and the value of nothing” from well known collector Stefan Edlis (paraphrasing a famous quote from Oscar Wilde).

This December, in lieau of our annual pilgrimage to Art Basel week in Miami, we present close to 100 artists all sharing their unique take on the art world at large. Ranging from remixes of popular contemporary works of art to harsh critiques on auction houses and the art of the flip.

We will share a video walk through of the works via our social networks on Tuesday, December 1 along with a link to a viewing room for the exhibition. All works are 12×12 inches / 30×30 cm.

Whitman Lindstrom

Featuring works from:
Adam Caldwell
Ador
AKACORLEONE
Alex Garant
Allison Bamcat
Alvaro Naddeo
Alyse Firefly
Amanda Seckington
Anthony Hurd
Anthony Solano
Ashley Macias
Atomik
Boffo
Brad Woodfin
Brian Mashburn
Bruce Parker
Bryan Valenzuela
Carl Cashman
Cassandra Loomis Kim
Celeste Madrigal
Charles V. Bennett
Charlie Edmiston
Chirrete Golden
Chloe Becky
Clare Toms
Cody Jimenez
Danielle Schlunegger-Warner
Darcy Yates
Dave Benz
David Cooley
David Mueller
David Puck
Derek Gores
Dja Louz
Dovie Golden
Dragon76
Eduardo F. Angel
Emma Carascon
Erica Rose Levine
Erich J. Moffitt
Frank Gonzales
Ghost Beard
Goopmassta
Gustavo Rimada
Hola Lou
Huntz Liu
Ian Robertson
Jack Soren
Jacob Hicks
Jaime Molina
Jeff Ejan
Jesus Aguado
Jesus Aguado
Jimmer Willmott
Joshua Barrigada
Kaplan Bunce
Kar Part
Kate Wadsworth
Kelly Vicanco
Ken Flewellyn
Kim Sielbeck
Kolten French
KOZ DOS
Lauren Hana Chai
Leegan Koo
Leiv Fagereng
Lhean Stor
Loo-cee-us
Lori Herbst
Mando Marie
Manuel Zamudio
McKenzie Fisk
Michelle Hoogveld
M.K. Komins
Molly Gruninger
Mwanel Pierre-Louis
Nicola Caredda
Nuri
Patch Whisky
Rachel Strum
Ricky Watts
Roos van der Vliet
Scott Listfield
Sean Banister
Sean Hannaway
Sentrock
Spencer Crossland
Spenser Little
Steeven Salvat
Stephanie Buer
Stom500
Tati Holt
TMRWLND
Waylon Horner
Whitman Lindstrom
Wiley Wallace
Wooden Wave
Young Ji Cha
Yu Maeda

Full details at www.scope-art.com