Coming up THIS SATURDAY, August 7th @ Thinkspace:
‘Love Conquers All: Art for Equality’
group show in our Main Gallery
Seth Armstrong ‘Well There You Are’
Solo show in our Project Room
Both exhibits on view: August 7th – August 28th
Opening Reception: THIS SAT, August 7th 7-10PM
*The Crepe N’ Around Food Truck will be out for the opening, so please be sure to bring your appetite.
LIVE PAINTING from John Park on opening night
20% of the proceeds from both shows will be donated to Equality California (http://www.eqca.org/)
Thinkspace is pleased to present Love Conquers All: Art For Equality, a special exhibition supporting the fight for equality which aims to raise awareness for the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender) struggle in the process. This special exhibition features the work of over 50 international artists and promises to open eyes and encourage dialogue. Also showing concurrently in our project room will be Well There You Are, an exhibition of new works from Oakland based artist Seth Armstrong, in what will be his debut solo exhibition with our gallery following numerous group show appearances including taking part in last December’s Aqua Art Miami during Art Basel.
Take a ‘Sneak Peek’ at the works for ‘Love Conquers All’ coming together here:
The digital preview for ‘Love Conquers All’ will be ready this Wednesday, please send a mail to email@example.com if you are interested in any particular artist.
ARTISTS TAKING PART INCLUDE:
Craig ‘Skibs’ Barker
James ‘Dalek’ Marshall
John Michael Gill
Joseph ‘2H’ McSween
Mark Dean Veca
Stella Im Hultberg
ALSO ON VIEW IN OUR PROJECT ROOM:
Artist Seth Armstrong, on view in our project room, creates narrative paintings. Exactly what these narratives are, however, he probably could not tell you. Whether the subject matter is based on found reference or from the imagination, an ambiguous storyline is always present. Even in a straightforward portrait, the circumstances that surround the subject(s) and the instance of the portrait are deeply considered. With an uncertain plot, the stories behind the paintings can be limitless. Sure, the artist has his theories, but these do not take precedence over those of the casual viewer.
Since the paintings themselves are approached individually, the relationship between one piece and another is often disjointed. As a result, a common thread among a body of work is realized (if at all) only after they are completed and viewed as a whole.
Take a ‘Sneak Peek’ at the works for ‘Well There You Are’ coming together:
THIS SATURDAY, August 7th 7-10PM
6009 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232