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.”
Press play over on the Juxtapoz website or your favorite podcast streaming service to enjoy the first episode of Radio Jux’s new season interviewing Thinkspace Projects co-owner and curator, Andrew Hosner.
In what turns out to be an intense conversation, we speak to Hosner about the evolution of LA’s art scene, what made it so special in the early 00’s and how to build community in such a competitive landscape. We talk about the gallery’s stance during last summer’s activist renaissance, as well as proactive steps the art world can take to build a more inclusive future. He also offers experienced advice for creatives and collectors regarding decisions for a sustained career, along with his hope that Thinkspace can be a helpful bridge to those who choose the artistic path.
If you can’t get enough of Thinkspace Projects co-owner and curator Andrew Hosner, then we have a second awesome podcast interview for your listening pleasure this month. Check out Andrew on the Clean Break podcast via your favorite podcast platform or directly on their site here.
Andrew Hosner of Thinkspace Gallery is back on the podcast to discuss their new location and shares tons of tips for aspiring artists. We cover every aspect of how to properly conduct an exhibition, from approaching a gallery, the proper amount of work, marketing the show, and when you’ll get paid.
Excited to have our curator and co-owner Andrew Hosner featured in the debut issue of PAINTGUIDE Magazine.
Find out more about this new art and culture magazine below:
We, at PaintGuide, and the digital world have a complicated relationship, as much as we love social media, we also find a tangible magazine to be incredibly liberating yet somewhat (some may say) spontaneous. Unlike our conventional styles of meeting you online, PaintGuide will be taking you offline into an alternate dimension into the creative arts with even more diversities in styles, mediums and perspectives. Shinning the spotlight back to the arts behind the artworks, bringing you behind the scenes on what happens with players of the arts industry. PaintGuide Magazine Volume 1 will be presenting you two amazing feature artists: Kaili Smith and Amy Sol, both figurative yet intrinsically unique in their styles and background. Bringing our take-overs offline, we ask a series of Smith and Sol’s inspirational artists their insights on their artistic careers – from artistic duos TelmoMiel, Portugese street artist Nuno Viegas, complex wire sculptor Spenser Little, illustrator Kristina Collantes, to contemporary British painters Chloe Early and Jake Wood-Evans. Alongside, these amazing artists we introduce Mat Tomezsko to share his insights on bringing art off the walls and introducing a new series ‘Inside a Gallery’ with the co-owner and curator of Thinkspace Projects Andrew Hosner.
A new interview with Thinkspace’s curator and co-founder Andrew Hosner is now live on the Art Affairs podcast. Many thanks to Michael Faith for having him on to chat. Plans are in place to have him on again later in the year to continue their talk.
We love this photo they used in the batch shared with the podcast. We had not seen this shot in a good while… still hard to believe he’s gone. RIP Greg