Arrested Motion stopped by the opening of Curiot’s Act 1: Warped Passage, jump over to their website to see the full story.
“Although still heavily inspired by Mexican folklore, handicraft traditions, textiles, and patterns, the new works are stepping further towards a futuristic, sci-fi feel. Pushing the mythological and surreal to new limits, the fresh vibrant works are simultaneously ancient and contemporary, often bordering with abstraction.” – Arrested Motion
Arrested Motion is excited for James Bullough’s upcoming exhibition “Breaking Point” opening this Saturday, May 28th at Thinkspace Gallery. Check out their preview of James Bullough new work on their website.
“Entitled Breaking Point, the paintings represent four months of work for the Berlin-based artist and feature his signature glitchy fragmented aesthetic of portraiture” – Arrested Motion
Want more Viveros? Arrested Motion has a great preview of new work from Brian Viveros for Scope NY opening this Thursday, March 3. Please visit the Thinkspace website for additional information regarding Scope and Arrested Motion for additional Viveros images.
His first showing on the East Coast since 2012 will include new paintings and charcoal drawings that continues to take his Dirtyland imagery to the next level like his last show in Los Angeles with the attention to detail, cross pollinations of themes, and fresh palette. – Arrested Motion
Arrested Motion published an online preview of POW! WOW! 16′, sharing their favorite pieces from the upcoming exhibition. Visit Arrested Motion’s website for the full article.
Tomorrow (February 7th) will mark the third time Thinkspace has curated a show in association with POW! WOW! Hawaii at the Honolulu Museum of Art School (see 2015 & 2014). The event will continue their push to further the art of what they call the “New Contemporary Movement” and will include an installation from Aaron Li-Hill.
It may be cold outside but that hasn’t kept people away from ‘Galimatias’; Thinkspace’s latest exhibition by polish duo Etam Cru. The show is sold out with only a few prints still left on hand. If you didn’t get a chance to see the opening, check out the coverage on Juxtapoz and Arrested Motion. ‘Galimatias’ is on view till January 16th, please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website for holiday hours.