‘Patchwork’ from Moki this December in Thinkspace’s project room

We’re excited to welcome Germany based artist Moki to our gallery this December following successful solo shows in the past year and a half in Germany, Czech Republic, and San Francisco.

Moki has lived and worked in Hamburg, Germany since 2001. She is a member of the BeetoBee Collective, a group connecting artists from European and Asian culture. Together with friends she runs an independent artspace named “Hinterconti” in Hamburg. Since 2006 she has drawn comics for the comic anthology “Orang” from the publishing company “Kikipost”, which released her first book called “Asleep In A Foreign Place”. Her second book “How To Disappear” will be published in autumn 2010 by Gingko Press. Moki works primarily as a painter but she also illustrates comics, does animation for film and creates site specific installations.

View our ‘sneak peek’ photo set for the exhibit here:

Check out a great interview with Moki here:

Look for Moki‘s new book ‘How To Disappear’ (shown below) from Gingko Press to be released during the opening. We’ll have a limited supply on hand, so come early to pickup your copy.

Moki's new book from Gingko Press


Opening Reception: Sat, Dec. 11th 7-10PM in our project room

On view: Dec. 11th – Dec. 31st

Thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd in Culver City, CA 90232 / www.thinkspacegallery.com

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