Coming this April to Thinkspace:
On the way to the amazing Dabs Myla show last night I swung through to check out the progress of tonight’s big Juxtapoz 15th Anniversary Art Show and say hey to the crew down from SF… all I can say is do all you can to get down there tonight to catch this one-night only event. Below are some sneak peek images of this massive event coming together…
TONIGHT – Sat, November 14th 7-11PM
Factory Place Arts Complex
1308 Factory Place in downtown Los Angeles (just off of Alameda off the 10)
This year, 2009, Juxtapoz is celebrating their 15th Anniversary. To help celebrate, Juxtapoz decided to put together a huge group show and have teamed up with Powerhouse Project in Detroit to help raise money to buy homes in abandoned neighborhoods in order to regenerate one of the symbols of American middle class cities.
To help make this event as big as possible, Juxtapoz reached out to some of their favorite galleries and asked for their help in curating this milestone event.
Artists featured in the auction on behalf of Thinkspace include:
Anthony Clarkson, Dabs Myla, L. Croskey, Cherri Wood, Tran Nguyen, Brett Amory, Erik Siador, Nathan DeYoung, Anthony Pontius, Craig ‘Skibs’ Barker, Sarah Joncas, Dan-ah Kim, Catherine Brooks, Kelly Vivanco, David MacDowell, Ekundayo, Brandi Milne, Tony Philippou, and Joshua Mays
Besides our gallery, others that helped bring the show together include Shooting Gallery, Copro Gallery, White Walls, Subliminal Projects, Jonathan LeVine, Show & Tell, and Fifty24SF. Nice company to say the least. We are honored to have been asked to help curate this special charitable auction and can’t wait for all to see this amazing collection of work this evening.
Independent of the above galleries, Juxtapoz has also secured works from the likes of Matthew Barney, Kehinde Wiley, Robert Williams, Shepard Fairey, Swoon, Craola, Todd Schorr, David Choe, Todd “Reas” James, WK Interact, Robert Williams, “Big Daddy” Roth, Thomas Campbell, Estevan Oriol, Mister Cartoon, Paul Insect, Jeremy Fish, Sam Flores, Alex Pardee, Saber, David Ellis, Travis Millard, Mel Kadel, Skinner, Haze, San, Dan Witz, D*Face, Andrew Schoultz, Richard Colman, Aaron Horkey, Saelee Oh, Lucy McLauchlan, Adam Wallacavage, AJ Fosik, Ron English, Josh Keyes, Monica Canilao, Shawn Barber, Kenji Hirata, Jay Howell, Vhils, Eine, Jeremyville, Augor, Herbert Baglione, Liz McGrath, Kelsey Brookes, Charles Glaubitz, Dennis McNett and many, many more. A simply STUNNING lineup of artists taking part in this awesome show.
For full details go to:
And place your bid now at:
CA Boom INVASION
The Robinsons Store – Beverly Hills, CA
9900 Wilshire Blvd
June 26th – 28th www.caboomshow.com
Featuring new works from:
Craig “Skibs” Barker
Thinkspace is pleased to announce its participation at this year’s CA Boom Show, the West Coast’s largest design & architecture show. The show takes place in Beverly Hills, June 26th-28th, and combines the best of modern design, furnishings, artwork, design panel discussions and architecture tours into three action-packed days. Friday is ‘trade only day’, but the Friday night opening gala and all of Saturday and Sunday are open to the public.
Fri, June 26th 6-10PM (opening event)
Sat, June 27th 11AM-6PM
Sun, June 28th 11AM-5PM
Discounted advance tickets are available atwww.caboomshow.com for $20 ($25 at the door). Thinkspace guests receive an additional 20% off the preshow sales price by typing MC in the discount field.
We look forward to seeing you at CA Boom!
The Thinkspace crew
Dan-ah Kim recently helped create a music video for Asobi Seksu. Dan-ah co-directed the clip with filmmaker Aaron Stewart-Ahn and created the animation that appears throughout the video. The video is for their first single off their new album called Hush. It was made under a very tight budget and even tighter deadlines, so Dan-ah warns us all it may be a lil’ rough, but she had a blast working on it and we thought it would be cool to share it with you all.
Be sure to check out the work in Dan-ah’s current show that’s on view out in NYC at Giant Robot here.
Look for Dan-ah to make her return to Los Angeles with us next summer – already looking forward to that!
Hot off showing with us down at Art Basel as part of our ‘Looking Glass’ exhibit, Brooklyn-based artist Dan-ah Kim is preparing for her debut solo show in NYC coming up this weekend.
January 10 – February 4, 2008
Reception: Saturday, January 10, 6:30
Giant Robot Gallery
437 East 9th Street (Between 1st Ave. & Ave. A, in the East Village)
New York, New York 10009 / (212) 674-GRNY (4769) / grny.net