LAX x SFO: Third Time is the Charm opens Saturday, January 15th

Curated by Thinkspace

Taking Place At:
Heron Arts
7 Heron Street
San Francisco, California 94103

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 15 6-10PM

On view June 15 – July 6

Excited to get back up to the Bay Area for our third time this coming June with our friends at Heron Arts. Nearly 90 artists will be taking part in the third iteration of ‘LAX / SFO’ and this show promises to be our biggest in SF to date.

All the artists have been asked to work within the same space confines of 12×12 inches (30×30 cm) and left to their own devices from there. We’re excited to see the results and share them with you all this June.

Adding some flavor to the space and serving as the show’s main highlight, we’re honored to have site specific mural interventions being placed throughout the gallery by Amy Sol and Lauren YS alongside installations from Balloonski all being created during the week leading up to the opening. These ephemeral works will only be up for the run of our show, so don’t miss your chance to see what these three incredible creatives come up with. We definitely can’t wait to see them collaborate!

12×12 inch works from:
Abigail Goldman
Adam Caldwell
Alex Garant
Alex Yanes
Alexandra Manukyan
Alvaro Naddeo
Amy Sol
Anthony Hurd
Anthony Solano
Benjamin Garcia
Baldur Helgason
Brian Mashburn
Carl Cashman
Casey Weldon
Clare Toms
Collin Van Der Sluijs
Craig ’Skibs’ Barker
Crash One
Daniel Bilodeau
Darcy Yates
Derek Gores
Drew Young
Eduardo F. Angel
Egg Fiasco
Erica Rose Levine
Fernando Chamarelli
Fumi Nakamura
Hanna Lee Joshi
Hilda Palafox (aka Poni)
Huntz Liu
JC Rivera
Jeremy Fish
Jet Martinez
Jolene Lai
Josie Morway
Kayla Mahaffey
Kelsey Beckett
Ken Nwadiogbu
Koz Dos
Kristin Farr
Kyle Bryant
Lauren YS
Leon Keer
Linsey Levendall
Lisa King
Logan Hicks
Louis Masai
Mando Marie
Marie-Claude Marquis
Martine Johanna
Max Sansing
McKenzie Fisk
Molly Gruninger
Nicola Caredda
Nomad Clan
Nuno Viegas
Oak Oak
Paola Delfin
The Perez Bros
Peter Adamyan
Peter Chan
Pichi Avo
Ricky Watts
Seth Armstrong
Spenser Little
Stephanie Buer
Telmo Miel
Terry Arena
Troy Lovegates
Wiley Wallace
Yok & Sheryo
Yosuke Ueno
Yusei Abe

Jeremy Fish’s “O Glorious City” presented by FIFTY24SF

O Glorious City Jeremy Fish

Heads up San Francisco friends, Jeremy Fish is exhibiting a 100 new commissioned pieces inside San Francisco’s City Hall for “O Glorious City”.  For our Los Angeles friends, don’t fret – Jeremy Fish will be exhibiting alongside Jim Houser at Thinkspace Galley Summer 2016. All the details on “O Glorious City” presented by FIFTY24SF in association with Upper Playground and the San Francisco Arts Commission are below; and don’t miss out on the artists reception and City Hall’s birthday bash this Thursday, November 19th.

FIFTY24SF in association with Upper Playground and the San Francisco Arts Commission are proud to present “O Glorious City.” Now open to the public on the Ground Floor of San Francisco’s City Hall, the exhibition features 100 newly commissioned works of art by Jeremy Fish. “O Glorious City” features both drawings and photographs about San Francisco, with many relating specifically to historic City Hall. As part of his process to create this exceptionally large body of work, Fish assumed the role of the first official Artist in Residence at City Hall with gusto. The show’s title, “O Glorious City”, comes from a text written by former Mayor Edward Robeson Taylor inscribed in the rotunda of City Hall: “San Francisco, O glorious city of our hearts that has been tried and not found wanting, go thou with like spirit to make the future thine.”

O Glorious City
A solo exhibition celebrating SF City Hall’s 100th birthday
Exhibition Dates: November 4, 2015 – March 25, 2016

Artist Reception and City Hall Birthday Party
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Artist and Curator-led Tour: 5 p.m.
Birthday Party: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Free and open to the public.

Check out this awesome interview with Jeremy Fish by Creative Live

Jeremy Fish Filmed Super 8 Style

The Creative Lives followed artist Jeremy Fish through San Francisco and the Pacific North West creating this short Super8 film; shot on a Beaulieu 4008 ZM2, Kodak Vision2 200D, and Vision3 500T. The video gives you just a taste of his talent and vision, be on the lookout for more work from Jeremy Fish including an awesome two-man show with Jim Houser coming to Thinkspace Gallery summer 2016.