Thinkspace Projects curator and co-owner Andrew Hosner was interviewed by Shout Out LA to highlight the growth and community the gallery has developed over the last 15 years. He also shared a pretty solid way to spend a day in the wide and expansive LA ( actually more like a three-day weekend with minimal traffic), click here to read the full piece.
“Over the years we have learned so many things, but we always circle back to our community that we’ve built and what we’ve learned from them. Collaboration and appreciation can go so very far, especially when embraced by both parties. We’re looking forward to the decade ahead in our new space and continuing to push the envelope and do all that we can to make the artists we strive to support household names in the art world.”
Thank you to our friends at Beautiful Bizarre for featuring Jack Shure’s ‘Soul Sanitizer‘ and Reen Barrera’s ‘Cluster Fudge‘ on their site this past week ahead of the opening reception. Both exhibitions are on view now through June 26th.
Close your eyes. Take a deep breath and let your imagination drift into the creative composition of two distinct artists and their visual imaginings. This weekend, Thinkspace Projects proudly celebrates the opening of Jack Shure, Soul Sanitizer and Reen Barrera, Cluster Fudge. Immerse yourself in these spectacular new bodies of work and let it pique all your artistic senses.
“POW! WOW! The First Decade: From Hawaii to the World” co-curated by Jasper Wong and Andrew Hosner received a shout-out alongside some of Kaka’ako’s most delicious places to eat. Enjoy a feast for your eyes and belly in this pocket of Oahu.
If you can’t get enough of the Pow Wow artwork, you’re in luck! Visit the island’s Bishop Museum to see the new exhibit, “POW! WOW! The First Decade: From Hawaii to the World” (May 2021 – September 2021). It celebrates the noteworthy art and the many artists who have contributed over the years.
Thank you to Juxtapoz for featuring Ken Nwadiogbu’s ‘UBUNTU’ in their Spring 2021 issue. ‘UBUNTU’ opens today, Saturday, March 6th and you can schedule your visit to the gallery to see his work in person here.
Pick up the Spring 2021 issues at your favorite book/magazine retailer or online.
Thank you to our friends over at Juxtapoz for featuring Fumi Nakamura’s upcoming exhibition ‘Look Towards the Future, But Not So Far As to Miss Today’, opening Saturday, March 6th. Please visit the Juxtapoz website for the full piece, and schedule your visit to the gallery to see intricate pieces in person here.
Like the Samurai, Nakamura employs a terrible beauty in her gouache, graphite and colored pencil renderings. Furry animals curl up and caress, their pearly whites sprouting into fangs. Blossoms and leaves tickle in sensuous suffocation, while fragile faces confront skeletal ancestors. The Japanese born artist summons an almost ancestral understanding of detail and nuance paying homage to the floral art of ikebana, where line, form and shape are elevated in her colorful works
– Juxpapoz.com / Look Toward the Future, But Not So Far As to Miss Today: Fumi Nakamura @ Thinkspace Projects