‘This Is Forever’ features a collection of over 40 mixed media works on paper and wood from two artists that openly wear their hearts on their sleeves. Timothy Karpinski‘s journal-like acrylic and graphite works on hand cut-paper are the perfect compliment to Dan-ah Kim‘s delicate works featuring the plight of her heroines in worlds both unnatural and familiar brought to life with gouache, hand-cut paper, hand-stitching, and other various mixed media.
ALSO showing concurrently in our project room will be ‘Split Ends’, an exhibition of new works from Australian based and Indonesian born artist Eveline Tarunadjaja in what will be her first solo exhibition with our gallery following her appearance in the Audrey Kawasaki curated show ‘The Drawing Room’. With ‘Split Ends’ Eveline has taken her delicate works on paper to all together new levels of intricacy and emotion.
If anything grabs you, please shoot me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy the shows.
Reception with the artists: Sat, April 9th 6-8PM thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd. in Culver City / 310.558.3375 ‘This Is Forever’ featuring new works from Dan-ah Kim and Timothy Karpinski + ‘Split Ends’ featuring new works from Eveline Tarunadjaja in the project room
(On view through April 23rd) www.thinkspacegallery.com
‘This Is Forever’ featuring new works from Dan-ah Kim and Timothy Karpinski opens to the public this Saturday, April 9th at Thinkspace. Both artists will be in town for the kickoff and you can meet them this Saturday from 6-8PM.
Dan-ah Kim recently sent us over some shots from her Brooklyn based studio as she gears up for ‘This Is Forever‘ opening with us here in Culver City next month. Dan-ah will be showing alongside Portland based artist Timothy Karpinski in what will be her first show in our main gallery following two highly successful solo shows in our project room over the past few years.
Coming up April 9th at Thinkspace:
‘This Is Forever’
Featuring new works from Dan-ah Kim and Timothy Karpinski + ‘Split Ends’ featuring new works on paper from Eveline Tarunadjaja in our project room