B. Robert Moore featured on EBONY for his first solo exhibition ‘Out the Mud: A Black American Rite of Passage’

Congratulations b. Robert Moore on your Ebony feature on their March editorial. On the Culture/The Arts section b. Robert Moore shares his inspirations, the birth of his artistic talent, what the next chapter is for his art career and more.

“Painter B. Robert Moore​ and his​ ​works ​are a hot commodity in the art world. His latest exhibition, Out The Mud: A Black American Rite Of Passage—which wrapped last week at ​Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles—has​ sold our. ​The ​former corporate IT manager turned​ artist found salvation in his paintings, turning away from a life of alcohol and drugs to focus on his art form.” – Team EBONY

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FROM ADDICTION TO ARTIST, B. ROBERT MOORE’S ‘OUT THE MUD’ COLLECTION SELLS OUT

LA Times features b. Robert Moore’s first solo exhibition ‘Out the Mud: A Black American Rite of Passage’

“Moore’s work explores the complexities of being Black in America. He deconstructs traditional African tribes’ rites of passage and centers it on the rite of passage for African Americans, differentiating what coming of age means for the community here: survival. With works like “Amerikkka Made US ‘Crazy’” and “Messiah // Middle Child,” Moore dissects the life of Black youth and their resilience.”
– LOS ANGELES TIMES

b. ROBERT MOORE
‘Out the Mud: A Black American Rite of Passage’

Don’t miss this important show. Open Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 6pm through March 25th.

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

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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

SOLO EXHIBITIONS FROM:
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
Brek
Ezra Brown
Karla Ekatherine Canseco
Rene Casamalhuapa
Young-Ji Cha
Sara Chakmakian
Leo Eguiarte
Sofia Enriquez
Isaac Escoto
Ha Haeng-Eun
FEMS
Priscilla S. Flores
Genavee Gomez
Melissa Govea
Fabian Guerrero
Daniela Garcia Hamilton
Chuy Hartman
Emiliana Herniquez
Armani Howard
Carlos Jaramillo
Haylie Jimenez
Sydnie Jimenez
Kai
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
Roja
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

SITE-SPECIFIC MURALS FROM:
Brek | Love Yo Dreams | Mr. B Baby

Live Painting:
Goopmassta
Alison Bamcat
Angel Once

OUTSIDE IN THE PARKING LOT AREA:

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

Food:
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.

Artist Boris Anje featured in Juxtapoz for his exhibition ‘Black is the Color of Gold”

“For his upcoming solo show, we perceive a pivotal, landmark moment for the artist.“ – JUXTAPOZ

Cinta Vidal’s “Concrete” featured in BOOOOOOOM

Thank you to our friends over at BOOOOOOOM for featuring Cinta Vidal’s ‘Concrete,’ showing now through December 26th at the Lancaster Museum of Art & History.

“Inspired by concrete architecture, Vidal’s latest show, “Concrete,” explores functionalism and elimination of conventionalism and ornamentalism.”