Culture website PROHBTD interviewed artist Matthew Grabelsky to discuss his current exhibition “Underground” now on view in the Thinkspace Gallery project room. Please visit PROHBTD’s website to read Grabelsky’s full interview.
Your characters are placed in everyday situations like riding the subway. Do the characters simply add surrealism, or do any of them reflect animal-like passengers you encountered on the subway?
My central concept is that everyone has a hidden aspect of their mind that can be revealed with an animal hybridization. However, there are certainly many times when I’ve been on the subway and have seen people who are practically fantastical creatures in their own right. For anyone who has spent time on the subway in New York, the animal characters in my paintings are not that much of a jump from what you see there every day.
Don’t forget to check out our own interview with Matthew Grabelsky!
We wanted to send out our love and appreciation to Juxtapoz for featuring Kwon Kyung-yup’s current exhibition Melancholia.
Visit Juxtapoz’s website for the full article.
“We have been noticing Kwon’s work over the past few years, and she is part of a group of great young Korean artists that have made that country one of the most exciting places in contemporary art.” – JUXTAPOZ
We love the title of Hi-Fuctose’s online article covering our recent exhibition ‘LAX/LHR’ at StolenSpace Gallery in London. Yes, we invaded London with amazing works by a collection of post-contemporary artists who are shaping the movement. View the full article and a selection of their favorite pieces on HiFructose.com .
For more information on ‘LAX/LHR’ please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website.
We’ve been steadily following the expansion of Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles into overseas territory with their ongoing ‘LAX’ exhibition series. Their latest collaboration is with StolenSpace Gallery in London, which debuted last night, and it is perhaps their most massive at 136 artists and over 140 works of art.
Hi-Fructose’s coverage of Nosego’s ‘Along Infinite River’ is insightful into the work and the artists. Check out the full story on their website now.
Animals in Nosego’s work also hold emotional symbolism for the artist, who uses them as motifs to express his different feelings. When transmuted together, they also come to represent the never-ending connectivity that can be found within nature.
Over 3,000 people came down to Long Beach on July 26th for the opening reception of ‘Vitality & Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape’. Artists and art enthusiast mingled enjoying the night, soaking in this transformative moment for the post-contemporary art movement.
Please explore the links below with all the amazing press the show has received. Thank you to everyone who has attended the exhibition and for your support.
OPENING: “VITALITY AND VERVE” @ LBMA
Openings: “Vitality and Verve” @ Long Beach Museum of Art
Long Beach Post
VITALITY AND VERVE Attracts An Estimated 3,000 Attendees to LBMA’s AFTER DARK Event
Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape
Exhibitions: ‘Vitality and Verve’ Presented by POW! WOW!, Thinkspace Gallery, and the Long Beach Museum of Art
The Murals of “Vitality and Verve” at the Long Beach Museum of Art
This Museum Let a Group of Street Artists Do Whatever They Wanted To Its Walls
Tristan Eaton x Nychos for ‘Vitality and Verve’ at the Long Beach Museum of Art
Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape has also received rave reviews from Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia and LA Mayor Eric Garcetti.