January Artist-in-Residence at deYoung Museum – Brett Amory

We wanted to give props to long-time Thinkspace Family artists Brett Amory on his upcoming exhibition at the deYoung Museum. Amory is the museums January artist-in-residence, his work will be on view January 4, 2017January 29, 201 with an artist reception on Saturday, January 28 from 3–5 pm.

For more information visit the deYoung Museum’s website.


Juxtapoz features Brett Amory’s “American Monologue”

Brett Amory

We want to congratulate Brett Amory on his current exhibition American Monologue at the Ft. Wayne Museum of Art. Amory has shown with Thinkspace Gallery over the years with solo exhibitions, a notable installation at 20 Years Under the Influence of Juxtapoz, and a current work in NEXUS showing at the Brand Library & Art Center.  For all those interested in viewing the work from American Monologue, please contact Thinkspace Gallery for a PDF copy.

Visit Juxtapoz.com for a full write-up on Amory’s latest exhibition at the Ft. Wayne museum of art.

“Amory’s new work is based on the people and places of Fort Wayne, and is accompanied by a large installation that challenges what it means to be an “All-American City” and the concept of the American Dream. The installation will be constructed here during the month of November, allowing the public to watch Amory work.” – Juxtapoz

Peak into ‘Invisible College’ exhibiting at Fort Wayne Museum of Art

The Fort Wayne Museum of Art will host Invisible College, a group exhibition co-curated by Andrew and Shawn Hosner of Los Angeles’ Thinkspace Gallery, and Josef Zimmerman of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Opening July 11th and on view until September 27th, the exhibition will feature new and representative works by 46 artists belonging to the New Contemporary movement. Dedicated to the energy and strength of its growing visibility and recognition, Invisible College explores the aesthetics of a movement that has devised its own course; one that has been largely defined outside of institutional contexts.

Here is a taste of the artists heading to Indiana and their works in progress or detail shot of work.

Alex Yanes Invisible College

Alex Yanes

yoskay yamamoto fort wayne

Yoskay Yamamoto

brett amory installation

Brett Amory Installation

Kevin Peterson Fort Wayne

Natalia Fabia

Ravi Zupas

Ravi Zupa’s Sculpture

Kevin Peterson

Kevin Peterson

David Cooley

Finished Work by David Cooley

Invisible college Fort Wayne

‘Invisible College’
Co-curated by Thinkspace & Josef Zimmerman

Taking place at:
Fort Wayne Museum of Art
311 E Main Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 11th 7-10PM
*Musical performances at 9PM from Lost Lakes and Heaven’s Gateway Drugs

$7 admission / $5 for members

Exhibition runs July 11th – September 27th, 2015

Featuring site-specific murals and installations from:
Andrew Schoultz / Brett Amory / Cyrcle / Mark Dean Veca / Troy Lovegates

Alongside a group show featuring the work of 42 international artists.

Please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website for more details.

Brett Amory Art Book Now Available Through Vivant Books

brett amory vivant books


San Francisco-based artist Brett Amory’s first book is now available and published by Vivant Books. Featuring his “Waiting” series, this coffee table book contains four color reproductions of Brett’s artwork, biography, and selected essays from art world luminaries and patrons. Thinkspace owner Andrew Hosner proudly contributed to this exciting publication with an essay on Brett’s work. A gorgeous addition to any art book collection, Brett Amory can be published on Vivant Books website now.

Juxtapoz interview Brett Amory

Brett Amory 'Waiting #137' - oil on canvas (2012)

Juxtapoz recently caught up with Bay Area artist Brett Amory as he laid the final touches to his new oil paintings for ‘Dirty Laundry’ set to open this Sat, August 4th at Thinkspace in the Culver City Arts District.

A quote that has stuck with you?
“Talent, don’t bother about wether or not you have it. Just assume that you do, and forget about it. Talent is a word we use after someone has become accomplished.” -Richard Schmid

Read the full Juxtapoz interview with Brett Amory here:

‘Dirty Laundry’
New works from Brett Amory and Adam Caldwell

Opening this Sat, August 4th at Thinkspace