Excited to share this new series of limited edition prints from Yosuke Ueno (b. 1977 Japan) that showcase three of his more popular works that were included in his solo exhibition ‘Majestic Parade’ at the Brand Library and Arts Center in Glendale, California that we curated for the artist.
Ueno was meticulous in assuring these were as close to the original works as possible and has signed and numbered each at his studio in Japan.
Printed on 300gsm paper, these special editions came out incredible and will look simply stunning once they are framed and on view in your home.
These special editions from Ueno will be available this Friday, July 30 at 9 am LA / 12 pm NYC / 5 pm London via our webshop. No pre-sales.
YOSUKE UENO “Thanatos Galaxy” Edition of 75 Size 22 x 35.5 inches / 55.8 x 90.1 cm Fine art print on Signa Smooth 300gsm paper Hand-signed and numbered by the artist $350 plus shipping and handling
YOSUKE UENO “Lily The Kit” Edition of 50 Size 18 x 22.5 inches / 45.7 x 57.1 cm Fine art print on Signa Smooth 300gsm paper Hand-signed and numbered by the artist $300 plus shipping and handling
YOSUKE UENO “The Hapico Machina” Edition of 50 Size 28 x 35.5 inches / 71.1 x 90.1 cm Fine art print on Signa Smooth 300gsm paper Hand-signed and numbered by the artist $350 plus shipping and handling Photographed and printed by Static Medium
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Brand Library & Art Center and Thinkspace Projects are pleased to present Nexus III, showcasing a curated selection of international artists belonging to the New Contemporary Art Movement. This special exhibition will include mini solo shows from Yosuke Ueno, The Perez Bros, Amy Sol, Leon Keer, Reen Barrera and Uriginal (aka Uri Martinez).
Known for it’s renewed emphasis on figuration, representational genres, and narrative in the wake of art academe’s conceptual turn of the 90s, the New Contemporary Art Movement is shaped by a foundational countercultural edge, public activations, and its social impetus. Largely self-supported and community-driven, the movement has taken shape beyond gallery walls and outside of traditional institutional vetting. Now, as diverse and heterogeneous aesthetically as it is geographically and culturally expansive, the New Contemporary has come into its own as a globally energized art movement.
BRAND LIBRARY & ART CENTER: Brand Library & Art Center has been a cornerstone for the arts in Southern California since 1956. This unique public library focuses on visual arts and music and provides free services and programs for a diverse community, including a collection of over 110,000 items, subject specialist librarians, exhibitions, concerts, lectures, dance performances, films, and hands-on craft programs for children and adults. Always evolving, Brand Library utilizes new technologies and continues to develop innovative programs to serve an ever-widening public interested in the arts. Brand Library & Art Center is a branch of the City of Glendale Library, Arts & Culture Department.
We thank everyone who came out to the opening of Nexus II at Glendale’s Brand Library & Arts Center.
Nexus II is a group exhibition featuring works from a curated selection of New Contemporary artists, plus mini solo exhibitions by Drew Merritt, Ermsy, Super A, and Robert Proch, along-side a mural and installation by Bumblebeelovesyou, and sculptural installations in the Library’s outdoor courtyard by Spenser Little.
The exhibition is on view now through January 11th and you can view available pieces here and here.
Today, Friday, January 6th and tomorrow, Saturday, January 7th are the last days to catch SANER’s In A Dream (En un Sueño) and the extensive group exhibition NEXUS at The Brand Library and Art Center. This must see show feature pieces by 64 New Contemporary artists alongside murals and installations by Bumblebeelovesyou, Cryptik, Drew Merritt, Kelly Vivanco, Lucien Shapiro and Yoskay Yamamoto.
The Brand Library and Art Center is a hidden Los Angeles treasure. The 3,200 square foot venue consists of a primary exhibition space, a 2,800 square foot Skylight Gallery, and an auxiliary space, the Atrium Gallery, 500 square feet overlooking their courtyard.
On Instagram, you will always find us posting sneak peeks, studio shots, and the work of our Thinkspace family from around the world. Follow the accounts of those artists and you’ll get a sneak peak into their lives and creative process. To continue our series, Thinkspace Family on Instagram, here are the accounts of a few of the artists who have installations at the Brand Library and Art Center.
Saner’s “In a Dream (En un Sueño) ” and the group exhibition NEXUS will both be on view at the Brand Library and Art Center now through January 6th.