Art Ltd. has a great review (see above press clipping) of our November exhibit with Timothy Karpinski in the new issue now hitting news stands and galleries. To view the review online, check it out here.
“Karpinski’s installations and paintings emit a spirit of gentleness untouched by many of his contemporaries. ‘The Place I Call Home’ delivers work that makes you want to fall in love or lounge underneath a weeping willow.” – Art Ltd.
The folks over at Artillery have also covered our November exhibition, this time focusing on the main gallery’s exhibit, The Drawing Room – curated by Audrey Kawasaki. The review of the show will be in the new issue hitting galleries and museums this week. There is also a very interesting feature / mini-interview (though I’m misquoted once or twice) with Audrey that is an online exclusive with Artillery – check it out here.
“Those who’ve seen one of her creations in person know that any tree would be happy to give its life for Audrey’s cause; it seems as though it grew the way it did – a knot here, a line there – to compliment her own lines and knots of hair.” – Artillery
On top of all that, Juxtapoz ran some great shots from the opening reception, including a priceless shot of Karpinski passed out at evening’s end in the lil’ chair from his installation.
Over 150 pics from the opening night’s festivities for Audrey Kawasaki‘s ‘The Drawing Room’ can be viewed on our Flickr here:
Check out NotCot‘s coverage here: http://www.notcot.com/archives/2008/11/audrey_kawasaki_1.php#more
Check out Arrested Motion‘s coverage here:
Check out My Modern Metrolpolis‘ coverage here:
Check out Whorange‘s coverage here:
Check out the shots that Jason Levesque (Stuntkid) took here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/xstuntkidx/
Audrey’s collection of pics she posted on her Live Journal can be viewed here:
View the works from the exhibit here: http://www.sourharvest.com/thinkspace/2008/drawingroom/works.php
Thank you again to all that came out to help make this a very memorable night!!!
Thank you to all that came out and made last night such a huge success for Audrey and all in ‘The Drawing Room’
. It was awesome to have 11 of the 24 featured artists and Audrey herself in the house for the opening, as well as Robert Pokorny
and Timothy Karpinski
(both of whom were showing in our project room
Audrey sold out before the doors opened (as did many in her curated group show) and once the doors did open, her two special limited edition giclee prints that were created for the exhibition quickly followed suit and were sold out by 10PM – 400 prints in 4 hours, it was a whirlwind in our office to say the least. We’ve already seen some up on eBay, really saddens Audrey when this happens… You think people could come up with a better way to make money than flipping limited edition prints and toys. Pathetic low lifes.
The line to view the works and purchase prints went around the block all night long. What a night!!! The LA art world was out in force as well with many big names rolling through to check out the show and pay their respects to Audrey.
There are still some amazing pieces on hand from those Audrey curated, so be sure to check our site
. She really did an amazing job curating this show and all that attended seemed to really enjoy the works on view. Look for more soon…
‘The Drawing Room’ links are now ready and live. Please know Audrey spent a lot of time and love putting this lineup together and we want to be sure all also take the time to look over her curation, as you can be sure many gallery owners will be and it’s a sure thing you’ll be seeing much more from many of the newer names included in the exhibit.
Digital preview for ‘The Drawing Room’ curated by Audrey Kawasaki: http://www.sourharvest.com/thinkspace/2008/drawingroom/w0rKs4u.php
The links are also now live for our two shows taking place this month in our project room:
‘The Place I Call Home’ digital preview for Timothy Karpinski: http://www.sourharvest.com/thinkspace/2008/project/placehome/works.php
‘New works from Robert Pokorny’ digital preview: http://www.sourharvest.com/thinkspace/2008/project/pokorny/works.php
The highly influential BoingBoing.net just posted some love on the show too, check it here:
Also, please note our 2009 exhibition schedule is now posted on our site and wait lists are quickly developing for many of the shows. If you haven’t yet, please be sure to sign up for our mailing list on the homepage of our website at http://www.thinkspacegallery.com/ to receive regular updates on all our happenings. If you see a show listed in our ‘Upcoming Exhibitions’ section on our website, please reach out asap.
The Drawing Room started to come to life tonight. Audrey is recreating the studio/inspiration area of her home in our front install area for all to take in.
Great first night of install and all really brought their A game to the show. Fun night this eve with a big Italian feast had by all as well as a visit from the folks at Arrested Motion (Marcus Lo seen talking below with Audrey and her boyfriend Brian) as well as a very special visitor…
That visitor being Josh Herman from Artillery
magazine done up as ‘Lydia’, one of Audrey’s more popular paintings (see below
), to help break the mood a bit as he was swinging through to do a brief interview for his magazine… classic. Definitely lightened the mood to say the least hahaha… Look for an interview with Audrey and an overview on the show in the next issue of Artillery
For those of you on the waiting list for this show, the preview link will go out late Wednesday night and we’ll begin reaching out to all on Thursday throughout the day (full details will be included in the preview mail itself
We will also be announcing print details Wed early evening PST here on the blog… stay tuned.