New print with Yasuhito Kawasaki coming this Friday, December 1, 2023

Watch for a new print with Yasuhito Kawasaki coming up on Friday, December 1. So excited to be offering his Yasuhito’s print edition which will be a beautiful reproduction of his ‘Strawberry Spongecake On The Table‘ painting from our recent solo exhibition with him, ‘Hello Bear-Chan!‘. Looking forward to our big follow up shows ahead together!

The team at Static Medium have done an amazing job capturing the soft and subtle hues of Kawasaki’s paintings in this special edition.

YASUHITO KAWASAKI

Strawberry Spongecake On The Table

Edition of 30

Fine art giclee print on 290gsm Moab Entrada paper

Hand-deckled edges

24 x 19 inches / 50.8 x 70.1 cm

Signed and numbered by the artist

$150

Available this Friday, December 1 at 10am PST / 1pm EST via our web shop.

Shipping costs are additional and will be calculated during check out. Any customs or duty fees incurred, are not the responsibility of the gallery.

Sorry, no pre-orders are available.

New print available this Friday from Yasuhito Kawasaki

Watch for a new print with Yasuhito Kawasaki coming up on Friday, August 18. So excited to be offering his Yasuhito’s print edition which will be a beautiful reproduction of his ‘On the Table 2023-1‘ painting from our recent solo exhibition with him ‘Hello Bear-Chan!‘ Already looking forward to our big follow up shows ahead together!

The team at Static Medium have done an amazing job capturing the soft and subtle hues of Kawasaki’s paintings in this special edition.

YASUHITO KAWASAKI

‘On the Table 2023-1

Edition of 30

Fine art giclee print on 290gsm Moab Entrada paper

Hand-deckled edges

24 x 19 inches / 50.8 x 70.1 cm

Signed and numbered by the artist

$150

Available on Friday, August 18 at 10am PST / 1pm EST via our web shop.

Shipping costs are additional and will be calculated during check out. Any customs or duty fees incurred, are not the responsibility of the gallery.

Sorry, no pre-orders are available.

Photo Tour of  Yasuhito Kawasaki’s ‘Hello Bear-Chan!’ and  ‘Into the Wild’ Group Show

Thinkspace presents a photo tour of Yasuhito Kawasaki’s ‘Hello Bear-Chan!‘ in Gallery I and  ‘Into the Wild’ Group Show curated by City of Talents featuring new works from Clémentine BalHumblyDiren LeeJade KimKwang Hyun KimMackchaKeigo Nakamura, and Byun Sehee in Gallery II.

To read more about the exhibitions and opening night CLICK HERE!

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Virtual Tour of February Exhibitions at Thinkspace Projects | Exhibitions on view February 4 – February 25, 2023

Thinkspace presents a virtual tour of ‘Hello Bear-Chan!‘ featuring new work from  Yasuhito Kawasaki showing in Gallery I and ‘Into the Wild’ Group Show featuring new works from Clémentine BalHumblyDiren LeeJade KimKwang Hyun KimMackchaKeigo Nakamura, and Byun Sehee in Gallery II. Along with Noritoshi Mitsuuchi‘s ‘Phenomenon’ in Gallery III and Caroline Liu’s ‘Stages of Grief’ showing in Gallery IV.

Explore the virtual tour here: https://players.cupix.com/p/gHWIDO9w

All exhibitions are on view at Thinkspace Projects now through February 25, 2023.

To read more about the exhibitions and opening night CLICK HERE!

Virtual tour created by Birdman.

Video Tour & Opening Reception Party of Yasuhito Kawasaki’s ‘Hello Bear-Chan!,’ ‘Into The Wild’ Group Show, Noritoshi Mitsuuchi’s ‘Phenomenon,’ and Caroline Liu’s ‘Stages of Grief’ at Thinkspace Projects

Thank you so much to everyone that came out and helped us celebrate the opening of our February 2023 exhibitions this past Saturday. Big congrats to all of this month’s artists and much love to all that helped bring our courtyard to life with amazing art and good energy all evening long!


In Gallery I, Thinkspace Projects is thrilled to present Yasuhito Kawasaki’s debut North American solo exhibition entitled ‘Hello Bear-Chan!’. Deftly working with both paintings and ceramics, Kawasaki is experiencing a meteoric rise with collectors around the world. Using a casting technique he has honed over years of work, he is known for his trademark sculptures of innocent looking children. While the visuals vary, each is a self-portrait, drawing on some element of himself. @yasuhitokawasaki


In Gallery III, Thinkspace Projects is pleased to present ‘Phenomenon’, the debut west coast U.S. solo exhibition of from Japanese artist Noritoshi Mitsuuchi. Resembling children’s drawings, or, perhaps more accurately, an adult’s interpretation of a child’s imagination, Mitsuuchi taps into the aspects of youth that often fall away with the responsibilities of adulthood. Drawing heavily on the inspiration of pop culture and ancient art, Mitsuuchi creates work reminiscent of Japanese folklore and European fairy tales. @noritoshimitsuuchi

“I create art that stimulates the viewer’s memory and #imagination by focusing on beauty that may be subtle, yet surely exists in the vast history of art.”


Gallery IV features Caroline Liu’s ‘Stages of Grief’. The painter, muralist, and fiber artist uses her work to explore and hold onto her personal memories following a severe concussion that left her short term memory damaged. Her work is the result of a therapeutic practice, allowing her to explore and preserve her own identity. Cultivating a mixture of happy and sad moments, fear, comfort, and intimacy, she crafts overtly saturated narratives. This show in particular deals with grief and loss, serving as a visual journal to share feelings of confusion and love lost. @catsandart

In collaboration with City of Talents, Thinkspace Projects presents ‘Into the Wild’ in Gallery II. The group exhibition is curated by Jean Claude Geraud, the founder of City of Talents, Toulouse, a contemporary and urban art agency. Featuring new works from Clémentine Bal, Humbly, Diren Lee, Jade Kim, Kwang Hyun Kim, Mackcha, Keigo Nakamura, and Byun Sehee, the group exhibition unites the works of artists from all around the world. Full of childhood memories, nostalgia, vivid colors, and forgotten worlds, the artists compliment and juxtapose each other in pursuit of a complete experience.

From Bal’s whimsical sculpted characters to Nakamura’s existentialist paintings, the show is full of diverse representations of innocence and youth.

Shout outs to Quiralta, Goopmassta, The Roll N’ Bunn, Venice Beats, Digital Debris Video Gallery plus all of this month’s exhibiting artists, everyone that rocked Goop’s Mini Mart, Sweet Life and Kabob Senpai, our family & everyone that helped to make this a night to remember.

All four exhibits remain on view until February 25. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 12-6pm. Viewing Rooms for each show are now live on our website.

Thinkspace Projects
4207 W. Jefferson Blvd.
4217 W. Jefferson Blvd.
LA, CA 90016

Video + photos courtesy @birdmanphotos

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