Artist Eric Rieger, also known as HOTTEA  whose installations have stunned the attendees of visitors to our exhibitions at the Long Beach Museum of Art and the Lancaster Museum of Art and History, grabbed the title of one of 2018’s best art installations by My Modern Met. His installation in the entrance of the Scope Art Fair in Miami this past December was vast and jaw-dropping.

He shared his inspiration for the installation with the publication, “Even though we may take things for granted, once they are gone we wish we would have acted differently. Our sun, rain, wind, plants, animals, people, everything could disappear in seconds and when they do it is our memory of them that will carry on assuming there is something beyond our existence here on earth. What I hope people took away from my installation was not only a color experience they will not forget but also a reminder of how much a singular moment can mean.”

To see all the installations selected for this year-end review visit the My Modern Met website.



Thank you to everyone that came through our booth with SCOPE this past week in Miami during Art Basel. Was so nice to reconnect with past patrons and to meet so many new fans of our space and program.

A big round of applause goes out to the entire staff of SCOPE on another stellar year on Miami Beach. Many thanks as well to all our exhibiting artists for delivering such beautiful and meaningful works.

Kudos are due to both James Bullough and Michael Reeder who SOLD OUT their solo shows at our booth during the fair. We can not wait until our solo shows with both incredible talents here in LA in 2018/2019. More details on those two highly anticipated exhibitions shared soon.

Excited to share that we placed over 70 original works of art this past week in Miami, a great many to new patrons. A simply incredible week to say the least and we can not thank you all enough for your support.

Just wait until you see what we have in store for 2018. Have a safe and happy holiday season everyone!

– Andrew Hosner
Co-Owner / Curator

Instagram Round Up : Scope Art Miami 2017 Edition

Our flights are booked, a crate has been shipped, and we’re headed out to Miami for Scope Art and the Juxtapoz Clubhouse. We will be presenting mini- solos showing new work from Michael Reeder and James Bullough, mini-profiles with new pieces from DotDotDot, Lauren Brevner, Sergio Garcia, & Wiley Wallace, in addition to forty plus twelve by twelve pieces from the Thinkspace Family.

Our mission continues to be to expose and introduce the New Contemporary Art movement to art lovers and show the vast burgeoning talent within the movement. Follow a few of the talented artist who we will be showing at Scope Art Miami on Instagram for a “behind the scene” look into their studios, works in progress, and life as an artist – they might even share their Miami antics on their InstaStory.

Follow Michael Reeder at @reederone on Instagram

Follow James Bullough at @james_bullough on Instagram

Detail of ‘Dust’. Another of the pieces I’ll be showing in Miami next week at Scope with @thinkspace_art

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Follow DotDotDot at @dotdotdot on Instagram

…drying up!

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Follow Lauren Brevner at @laurenbrevner on Instagram

Follow Wiley Wallace at @WileyWallace on Instagram

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Follow Sergio Garcia at @_SergioGarcia_ on Instagram

Collaboration between Ernest Zacharevic and Martha Cooper #REPLAYNYC

REPLAYNYC Ernest Zacharevic

New Yorkers and art enthused tourist have a new art adventure to go on, #REPLYANYC. An on-street collaboration between Ernest Zacharevic and photographer Martha Cooper have the walls of New York covered in new art to discover.

Generations apart, on different sides of the world working in different mediums; both Ernest and Martha strive to capture the same charming whimsy and character of any given moment or place. Ernests recent trip to NYC provided the perfect opportunity to collaborate.

Over the course of 6 weeks the pair selected 7 images from Matha’s impressive collection of works, spanning 3 decades. These photos were reimagined through murals and on street interventions by Ernest. Still to come, a short story produced by the awesome team at All City Canvas, official images from Martha herself documenting Ernest’s progress and the original photos which inspired the project.

REPLAYNYC Ernest Zacharevic

Here are the locations you can find #REPLAYNYC work:

1. “Kid Fly’: 944 Amsterdam New York, NY 10025
2. “You be the Kid, ill be the Mum”: 1268 Myrtle Brooklyn, NY 11221
3. Boy on a fence, Corner of 107th St and Lexington East Harlem
4. Fence Climbers, The Wyckoff Paediatric Center, 1411 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237
5. Bottles, Bedford and Nostrand Train Station
6. “Cowboys and Crooks” on the side of a van situated on the corner of Franklin Ave and Lafayette
7. Lil Crazy Legs, 110 E 7th St, New York, NY 10009

REPLAYNYC Ernest Zacharevic

REPLAYNYC Ernest Zacharevic

REPLAYNYC Ernest Zacharevic

REPLAYNYC Ernest Zacharevic

REPLAYNYC Ernest Zacharevic

Ernest Zacharevic will be showing two pieces with Thinkspace Gallery at SCOPE Miami Beach, December 1-6. We welcome you to stop by the Thinkspace Gallery booth number F03.

Hi-Fructose Features James Bullough Online

James Bullough HiFructose

We wanted to highlight the online feature of artist James Bullough that is up on Hi-Fructose. James’s was apart of our April ‘Gumbo‘ show and the above pictured mural is currently on view at the Long Beach Museum of Art for Vitality and Verve. We are excited to be working with James and to continue to share his work with an international audience. Keep an eye out for new work by James Bullough in our upcoming London exhibition LAX/LHR and later this year for Spoke Art Miami during Art Basel.

Please visit Hi-Fructose’s website to view the article.