Bronx, NY artist Tony Philippou continues to push his oil works to new levels with a new series of four works that will be in this weekend's The Hive show. His 'halo' series depicting real life representations of Judas and Jesus in modern times are starting to really garner a strong collector base. Be sure to keep an eye on him... and watch out for a full show with us in our project room next fall.
Excited to say we're beginning to work with Robert Pokorny. His works have graced the walls of La Luz De Jesus, M Modern Gallery, Art Whino, The Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas, MODA, Applegate Gallery and more. He'll be returning to school this September to get his masters in fine art, and we want to wish him the best with that important next step in his career.
Recommended openings to catch this coming weekend...
Fri, August 1st 8-11PM La Luz De Jesus Gallery 4633 Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles / 323.666.7667 New works from Jessica Cooper, Jennifer Jelenski, Carl Lozada, Mike Sosnowski, Star27 and Magda Traszki (On view through Aug. 31st) www.laluzdejesus.com
Fri, August 1st 7-10PM C.A.V.E. Gallery 507 Rose Ave in Venice / 310.428.6387 “Crazysexycool” group show with Craig “Skibs” Barker, L. Croskey, Delphia, Atiba Azikiwe Andrews, Jennifer Springman, Patrica Krebs, Raid, Naomi Nowak, and more (On view through Aug. 29th) www.cavegallery.net
Sat, August 2nd 7-10PM Black Maria Gallery 3137 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles / 818.613.9090 “Get The Lead Out” drawing show curated by Ally Takeuchi-Cipriani with works from Kathie Olivas, Brandt Peters, Bwana Spoons, Brent Nolasco, Jenna Colby, Jeremiah Ketner, Julie West, Jen Lobo, Ken Garduno, Michael Hsiung, Tin and many more www.blackmariagallery.com
Sat, August 2nd 7-11PM Capsole 7320 ½ Melroe Ave in Los Angeles “It’s Hell Not Having A Hero” new works from Branded – free ltd ed print to 1st 100 people through the doors (On view through Aug. 30th)
Sat, August 2nd 8PM-Midnight Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art 1257 N. La Brea Ave in West Hollywood / 323.969.0600 “Move A Head” - Amandalynn solo show (On view through August 24th) www.carmichaelgallery.com
Sat, August 2nd 8PM-12:30AM ($8 admission) Hive Gallery 729 S. Spring St in downtown Los Angeles Monthly group show with featured artists Tom Haubs, Jophen Stein, Tony Philippou, Miss Withers and Ching Ching Cheng plus a group show featuring over 50 add’l artists and the Hive’s resident artist’s studios will be open as well along with live music, face painting and more – check site for full details and line up for the group show www.thehivegallery.com
Sat, August 2nd 7-10PM SCION Installation L.A. 3521 Helms Ave in Culver City / 310.815.8840 “Insiders, Outsiders, & The Middle” group show curated by Giant Robot with Space Invader, Nao Harada, Noriko Ashino, Adrian Johnson, Kami, Ed Trask, Shinya Yamamoto and Zariganiworks (On view through Aug. 23rd) www.scion.com/space
Sat, August 2nd 7-11PM Tradition 2895 Agoura Road in Westlake Village “Pen At Work” new works from Marco Zamora, Derek Albeck, Alex Zakari, Daniel Wilson, Chris Wolford, Jason Youth, Dim Witty, Woo, Quincy Sutton, Justin Davis, Jawn Agione, Eyeone, Axis, and more (On view through Sept. 7th)
COMING UP NEXT WEEK: Fri, August 8th 7-11PM thinkspace 4210 Santa Monica Blvd in Los Angeles / 323.913.3375 “Raveled” featuring new paintings & drawings from Stella Im Hultberg + “Against The Grain” featuring new works from Dennis Hayes IV in our project room & “Waterways” featuring select new small works from Allison Sommers (All exhibits on view through Sept. 5th) www.thinkspacegallery.com
Dec. 12th – Jan. 2nd, 2009 ARMSROCK & Elbow-Toe - "Mostly Memory" + Jon Todd solo (project room)
Watch out for solo shows in 2009 from: Esao Andrews, Andy Kehoe, Amy Crehore, Sarah Joncas, Timothy Karpinski, Matthew Feyld, Turf One, Stella Im Hultberg, Brandi Milne, David MacDowell, Allison Sommers, Catherine Brooks, Tony Philippou, Jesse Hotchkiss and many more along with special exhibits curated by the fine folks at Modart Magazine out of Europe and the Ad Hoc Art crew out of Brooklyn, NY.
Thank you all for your ongoing support! We’ll be three years old this October, and we couldn’t have done it without you all on board.
KMNDZ and Ekundayo will be painting live at ComiCon this Saturday, July 26th at the jeepersitsjeepers event http://www.jeepersitsjeepers.com// where they will be painting a 5 foot tall wooden breast cast for Keep-A-Breast. KMNDZ will also be signing autographs on Sunday, July 27th at the Hi Fructose booth at 12:30.
Also look for both on Thursday night as part of Mark Murphy's 'Super Hero' exhibit (see post below for full details).
Overspray’s newest issue features a killer 'materials review' including a breakdown of supplies of a number of high profile street/graffiti artists including uber hot German street artist Armsrock. For all the latest and where to track down the new issue, check it overspraymag.com
ComiCon kicks off this coming week and one of the highlights has to be the off-site "SuperHero" exhibit that has been curated and put together by Mark Murphy (of Murphy Design). The show is taking place on Thursday, July 24 from 7-Midnight.
"SuperHero," is an artistic celebration, as over 40 original artworks will be on display for one night only. The “SuperHero exhibition and party will feature live music, the Modlins and SSI and great finger foods along with Effen Vodka drinks, spicey house guests and great times. The party is one mile away from the Comic-Con convention downtown. There is no cost for this event and cash bars will be available and guests in attendance are invited to support the theme in SueprHero costume or not.
Featured Artists: Anthony Lister + Jeff Soto + Joel Nakamura + Jen Lobo + Matt Stallings + Luke Chueh + Mark Todd + Esther Pearl Watson + Martha Rich + R.G. + Peter Taylor + Andy Howell + Kathie Olivas + Chris Ryniak + Lola + Marco Wagner + Mark Murphy + Mike Bertino + Jonathan Viner + Germs + Elesavet Lawson + Shaunna Peterson + Levon Jihanian + Ekundayo + Johnny Rodriguez + Ill Gill + Jon Todd + Yoko Tanaka + Ray Caesar + Pamela Jaeger + Max 242 + David van Alphen + Robert Hardgrave + Jonathan Bergeron + more
Details: Thursday : July 24 from 7 PM to 12 PM Warehouse Space : 1616 National Avenue : San Diego : 92113 * Please note: 21 and over please : IDs checked at the door :Sorry no small children with the folks permitted due to serving spirits the night of the event
This past Saturday my wife and I decided to go for it, and hit all the major openings - 9 total. We fell one short, but we covered a ton of ground. We usually hit 4-5 shows a weekend on average, but we had our asst. watch the gallery for the day and decided to make a full day of gallery hoping. We started things off at 5PM with the 'Neo-Realism' opening at Culver City spot George Billis Gallery...
They had some beautiful works on display, including the below gem from Jorge Santos... it's like you were there on the boat with 'em - so much intense detail in his work.
After that, even though we had more shows still to see in Culver City, it was too early, so we made the treck over to GR2 in West LA to check out their 'Suggestion Box' group show... Interesting show for sure, one of the highlights was Robert Bellm (he's a great show up now with Amy Sol and Ryan Jacob Smith - also in this show - up now at Limited Addiction in Denver)...
My wife Shawn checking out some rad lil' pillows from Giant Robot regular Susie Ghahremani (below)...
Then it was back on the road headed north up to New Image Art over in West Hollywood for Marsea's new show with Cody Hudson and Sean Cassidy... As you can see from the pics, it was more of an installation based show of sorts, with lots of Cody's trademark circular collages/installs to take in...
And Cassidy's delecate assemblages that look as though they could fall apart any minute...
Hudson even got busy in the alleyway behind the gallery putting up some of his trademark circular installs that dot the landscape of the midwest where he's from...
After taking in New Image, it was time to head east to Echo Park to check out the amazing 'Big Kids, Little Kids' group show at Shepard's Subliminal Projects. The show brought together the artists of the collective known as Space 1026 from Philadelphia... There's also a great book by the same name that the show itself was kind based around and was also curated by the author... special silk screened editions of the book by Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Shepar Fairey and Jim Houser were available opening night...
The wall above features some of the best new works from Jordin Isip that I've seen in sometime, really beautiful works from him, was nice to see...
If you haven't made it out to Shep's new spot yet, it's pretty beautiful and nicely laid out. Highlights of the group show were two gems from the one and only Barry McGee (see below) which were picked up as soon as doors opened... both sold at $5K each and I must admit that's a steal on the bottle. Considering they are already going for close to $10K at auction, and it's so seldom single bottles come up for sale these days, as they often sell as one large assemblage made up of many bottles...
After taking in the east side, we headed back west and down LaBrea to take in the legendary Dave McKean's new solo show at Merry Karnowsky Gallery. The show is not to be missed...
The large scale center piece works, rich with mixed media elements of collage, were just show stoppers. At $19K each, they were an investment, but the ammount of texture, richness of color and depth of narrative to each were just astounding. Easy to see why the man is so highly regarded by so many...
Many of McKean's books were available for sale at the gallery, and within moments of opening, a line quickly formed in front of the artist awaiting for an autograph (see below)...We ran into our good friends and mega-collectors the Spatz' at the McKean show... always good to see them. After that it was time to head on over to Culver City to take in Shawn Barber's new solo at BSFA...
By far the biggest crowd of the night, as this was Barber's 1st big LA solo show, and he's had a pretty amazing year, so there was a great ammount of anticipation for this show...
One of the highlights of the show was a stunning almost live size portrait of the legendary tattoo artist Bob Roberts...
Here's Bob Roberts getting frisky with my wife... dirty old man! In the painting, he's doing the ol' donute with two fingers on one hand and poking the ol' donut with one finger on his other hand (in the above pic, my wife is making the donute hole and... well, you get the picture)...
And the man of the hour himself with the piece of Bob Roberts... as amazing as that piece was it didn't hold a candle to the epic 5'x7' portrait of Kat Von D. (see below) - definitely the show stopper in every way... had a crowd in front of it most of the night taking in all the details throughout... Barber's NYC dealer Joshua Liner made it in for the opening as well, was super cool to catch up with him a bit. Due to catching up with Liner a bit longer than we had planned on, we missed the action over at Corey Helford, so we decided to head on down to catch the much over-hyped 'glow' event on the Santa Monica Pier. It honestly is barely worth mentioning here, and definitely not worth any photos. We were blown away at the utter lack of promised art - it was more a gathering of meat heads out to listen to DJs and drink... felt like a county fair or something like that... the one installation that was somewhat cool (a wall of water of sorts with lights projected upon it), still fell short, as the projections shown upon it, lacked any real substance or thought, more akin to the blobs that used to hold your attention at movie theaters back in the day... so much promise, oh well. It was well past midnight when we entered the fiasco by the name of 'glow', so we were more than happy to head on home after almost 8 non-stop hours of gallery action... This weekend coming up is the almighty ComiCon down in San Diego. Can't wait for Mark Murphy's 'Superhero' show on Thursday and the release of Soto's new book... and Pushead's special signing... and Craola's new toy... and... and... don't miss ComiCon this year!!!
Just a ton of shows this weekend. Can't even begin to think where we'll begin our journey for Saturday night, but most likely at Billis to catch their killer group show which kicks off early and then from there, sure bets include GR2, Merry Karnowsky, The Grind, BSFA and Subliminal Projects... and definitely ending the night with a stroll through Santa Monica to check out this glow event they've been hyping. Sounds very interesting... on with the shows: Fri, July 18th 7-10PM ($35 admission / after 10PM - $25 admission) Club 740 740 S. Broadway in Los Angeles “Art Visionary Los Angeles” put together by Alex and Allyson Grey with Chet Zar, Guy Aitchison, Michelle Wortman, Saber, Wendy Klein, Jarrett DeMartino and more all painting live along with a number of panel discussions before the main live painting performance, video art, music and dance commence – a very rare opportunity to see these masters paint live www.740la.com www.cosm.org
Fri, July 18th 9PM-2AM Eye Candy Gallery 4622 Van Nuys Blvd. in Sherman Oaks / 818.501.0332“What Big Eyes You Have” – new works from Misha (One-night only event)
Sat, July 19th 5-8PM George Billis Gallery 2716 S. La Cienega Blvd in Culver City / 310.838.3685 “Ne-O-Re-Al-Ism” – group show featuring works from an array of the leading photo realistic painters in the scene including Juxtapoz featured artist Jorge Santos and many more (On view through August 30th) www.georgebillis.com
Sat, July 19th 8-11PM Canvas Los Angeles 441 N. Fairfax Ave in Los Angeles / 323.944.0678 “Scratch Art" – group show of scratchboard art from over 200 international tattoo artists including leading tattoo visionaries including Aaron Cain, Bob Tyrrell, Nick Baxter, Jon Clue, Filip Leu, Timothy Hoyer, Michele Wortman, Guy Aitchison and many others
Sat, July 19th 7-10PM Corey Helford Gallery 8522 Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.287.2340 New works from Tiffany Liu and M. Mararian’s Inky Dreadfuls plus new works from Krista Huot in their loft (On view through August 9th) www.coreyhelfordgallery.com
Sat, July 19th 7PM-7AM (free to the public) glow (dusk-to-dawn) All along Santa Monica Beach, Pier and Palisades Park Numerous live/interactive art installations all throughout Santa Monica – looks to be very cool and a nice way to end a great night of art throughout Los Angeles
Sat, July 19th 6:30-10PM GR2 2062 Sawtelle Blvd in Los Angeles / 310.445.9276 “Suggestion Box” group show with Robert Bellm, Michael Hsiung, Yellena James, Tru Nguyen, Ryan Jacob Smith, Mark Todd, Sidney Park, and many more (On view through August 13th) www.gr2.net
Sat, July 19th 7-11PM The Grind Gallery 12222 Venice Blvd. in Los Angeles “All Mixed Up” featuring works from Melanie Moore, L. Croskey, Nicole Bruckman, Clinton Neuhaus, Katie Brown, Walt Hall, and many morewww.thegrindgallery.com
Sat, July 19th 8PM-Midnight Hyaena Gallery 1928 West Olive Avenue in Burbank New artwork by Spinestealer (On view through July 31st) http://www.hyaenagallery.com
Sat, July 19th 8-11PM Merry Karnowsky Gallery 170 South La Brea Ave. in Los Angeles / 323.933.4408 “Persistence Of Vision” new works from Dave McKean (On view through August 16th) www.mkgallery.com
Sat, July 19th 8-11PM Koplin Del Rio “Laguna College Of Art + Design” group show featuring 16 graduates and 19 mentors in contemporary realist painting & drawing www.koplindelrio.com
Sat, July 19th 7-10PM New Image Art 7908 Santa Monica Blvd., in Los Angeles / 323-654-2192“i may be right & i may be wrong, but your gonna miss me when i'm gone; notes on building a time machine” – new works from Cody Hudson and Sean Cassidy (On view through August 9th) http://www.newimageartgallery.com
Sat, July 19th 6-10PM Handmade Nation Silent Auction @ Poketo Headquarters 510 S Hewitt #506 Los Angeles, 5th floorHere’s what it's all about: Miss Faythe Levine (of Paperboat boutique)has gotten together with the awesome peeps at Poketo to put this event together and raise funds for her indie craft documentary, Handmade Nation. Go here for all the info. Also, go here to peep the trailer for the film
Sat, July 19th 7-10PM Billy Shire Fine Arts 5790 Washington Blvd. In Los Angeles / 323.297.0600 “Tattooed Portraits: Los Angeles” - new works from Shawn Barber (On view through August 23rd) www.billyshirefinearts.com
Sat, July 19th 8-11PM Subliminal Projects 1331 W. Sunset Blvd in the Echo Park region of Los Angeles “Big Kids Little Kids” group show curated by John Freeborn highlight the artists from the Space 1026 art collective – a must see show featuring works from Shepard Fairey, Jim Houser, Jordin Isip, Rich Jacobs, Barry McGee, Clare Rojas, Adam Wallacavage, Ben Woodward, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Todd St. John and many more (On view through August 8th) www.subliminalprojects.com www.bigkidslittlekids.com
Sunday, July 20th Noon to 2:30PM (with after party to follow into afternoon at De La Barracuda) Munky King 7308 Melrose Ave in Los Angeles / 323.938.0091 “The Revenge – Buff Fest 2” – release party and signing for the new line of Buff Monster figures from Mindstyle – after party to follow at De La Barracuda up the way on Melrose www.munkyking.com
PLEASE NOTE: It is always best to contact the gallery directly or visit their website to confirm all listings and to ask about possible cover charges or other restrictions
Look for lots more on this show soon - from what we've seen so far, this promises to be Lesley's most solid body of work to date. We can't wait for all to see her finished works in person this September.
Be sure to view the preview to see Lesley's new assistant :)
Stella Im Hultberg's debut Los Angeles solo show is coming up fast - if you haven't already gotten in touch to be on her waiting/preview list, please get in touch soon. We're expecting a nice array of works and she's planning to do a nice mural install in our entry area as well - can't wait!
More details including word on the planned print for the exhibition to be announced soon - stay tuned to the blog and be sure to sign up on our mailing list (see homepage of www.thinkspacegallery.com or sign up on the lower right hand side of this page).
Recommended openings to catch this weekend... what a weekend for art in LA!!! So many shows!
Fri, July 11th 7-11PM thinkspace 4210 Santa Monica Blvd in Los Angeles / 323.913.3375 “Un autre Monde” featuring new works from Joshua Clay + “Royals & Crocodiles” featuring new works from Erik Siador & Jose “Emroca” Flores in our project room + select new works also on view from Brandi Read (Both exhibits on view through August 1st) www.thinkspacegallery.com
Fri, July 11th 8-10PM Japanese American National Museum 369 East First Street in Los Angeles / 213.625.0414 “Glorious Excess (Born)” featuring new paintings from Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda - this opening coincides with the release of Shinoda's new DC Remix Shoe. All proceeds from sales of his artwork and shoe go toward the Michael K. Shinoda Endowed Scholarship at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena (On view through August 3rd) www.janm.org
Sat, July 12th 6-9PM Cerasoli Gallery 8530-B Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.558.0911 “Splash” summer group show with Matt Hansel, Evan B. Harris, James Kirkpatrick, Jeremy Taylor, Ryan Kapp and many more (On view through August 2nd) www.cerasoligallery.com
Sat, July 12th 8PM-Midnight Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art 1257 N. La Brea Ave in West Hollywood / 323.969.0600 “Malicious Descent” with Blinky, Zoso, Josh Taylor, Downtimer and Dan Fleres (On view through July 21st) www.carmichaelgallery.com
Sat, July 12th 8-11:30PM Copro Nason Gallery 2525 Michigan Ave, Space T-5 at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica / 310.398.2643 “Hi Fructose” group show curated by Hi Fructose and Gary Pressman from Copro/Nason featuring a who’s who of the current crop – not to be missed + “Waterfall Of Dreams” featuring new works from Camilla d’ Errico in Gallery 2 (Both shows on view through August 2nd) www.copronason.com
Sat, July 12th 7-10PM Crewest 110 Winston St. in downtown LA / 213.627.8272 “Reproduce and Revolt” – book release + “Write and Revolt” – group exhibition http://www.crewest.com
Sat, July 12th 7-10PM J. Flynn Gallery 2950A Randolph Ave in Costa Mesa / 714.708.350424 months 7 Days Anniversary Show with works from Brian Viveros, Charles Krafft, Mindy Cherri, Rhea Ashcraft, Michael Trefzger and Seco (On view through August 2nd) www.jflynngallery.com
Sat, July 12th 7-10PM Kinsey/DesForges 6009 Washington Blvd. in Culver City / 310.837.1989“Slightly All The Time” new works from Mike Stilkey(On view through August 16th)http://www.kinseydesforges.com/
Sat, July 12th 7-10PM Lab 101 8539 Washington Blvd. in Culver City / 310.945.5974 “Smoke From Distant Fires” featuring new small works from Jennifer Tong, Faryn Davis and Elesavet Lawson (On view through August 13th) www.thelab101.com
Sat, July 12th 4-8PM Monkeyhouse Toys and Art Gallery 1618 ½ Silver Lake Blvd in Los Angeles / 323.662.3437 Solo show from AKO (aka Akayo) www.monkeyhousetoys.com
Sat, July 12th 7-10PM Nucleus Gallery 210 E. Main St., Alhambra / 626.458.7482 “Systema Naturae II” with Jaime Zollars, Ver Mar, Michael Brown, Andrea Ofermann and Frieda Gossett (On view through July 28th) www.gallerynucleus.com
Sat, July 12th 7-10PM Project: 8545 W. Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.558.0200 "While Tides Guide You Back Home" – Edwin Ushiro www.projectgalleryla.com
Sat, July 12th 6-9PM Riverside Art Museum 3425 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside / 951.684.7111 The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, in conjunction with RVCA and Monster Media are Proud to Present Sea No Evil, An Art Benefit Silent Auction - Participating Artists: Adam Hathorn, Adam Wallacavage, Alex Kopps, Alex Snelgrove, Andrew Pommier, Annie Frenzel, Ashley Macomber, Ben Horton, Brendan Fowler, Brent Vann, Caia Koopman, Cali Dewitt, Chris "Devious" Gliebe, Chris Rubino, Colin Dowling, C.R. Stecyk III, Dan Smith, Daniel Albrigo, Deanna Templeton, Deanne Cheuk, Deph, Dylan Martorell, Ed Templeton, Eric Jones, Fabian lezzi, George Thompson, Jason Mernick, Jeff Soto, Jennifer Becker, Jo Jackson and Chris Johanson collab, Jonathan Zawada, Justin "Angry Blue" Kamerer, Kelsey Brookes, Lindsey Carmichael, Lola, Louis Henderson, Marc Jackson, Marco Sullivan, Mark Mulroney, Maxx242, Mike Ski, Miss Pinny, Neko, Priscilla lezzi, Retna, Revok, Saelee Oh, Shay Nowick, Shepard Fairey, Six Gun Drums, Steven Daily, Theodora Allen, Yanni Vera and more – WOW. http://www.riversideartmuseum.org/
Sat, July 12th 7-10PM Scion Installation L.A. Gallery 3521 Helms Ave. in Culver City / 310.815.8840“6th Annual Vice Photo Show”(On view through July 26th)http://www.scion.com/space
Sat, July 12th 7-10PM SURU 7662 Melrose Ave in Los Angeles / 323.655.0770 New works and a mural from Alex Pardee (On view through Sept. 20th) www.suru-la.com
Sure by now, most of you have heard about this, but they just posted some nice recap shots and I found a killer process video of Elbow-Toe busting out his piece for this, so I wanted to post a lil' recap myself, along with a bunch of links, on the amazing Electric Windows project that went down recently out in NY (see final image of the bldg above). Above is a process shot of Elbow-Toe going to town on his huge piece for the project. Check out a killer video of the piece coming together here: http://youtube.com/watch?v=jDfC1qYriOs
Mark your calendar now. Be sure not to miss Clay's 2nd solo show with us this Fri, July 11th @ 7PM. We'll be rollin' 'till at least 11PM and all the artists will be out for the opening reception, so stop by and say hey to Joshua along with Erik and Emroca (who just dropped off his work - really stunning in person - don't miss it!).
Sat, July 5th 8PM-12:30AM ($8 admission) Hive Gallery 729 S. Spring St in downtown Los Angeles Monthly group show and performance with featured artist Scott Saw http://www.thehivegallery.com/
Sat, July 5th 7-10PM La Luz De Jesus Gallery 4633 Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles / 323.666.7667 New works from Caia Koopman and Mark Gleason (On view through July 27th) http://www.laluzdejesus.com/
Sat, July 5th 7-10PM Scribble Theory Gallery 210 N. Bush St. in Santa Ana / 714.542.5928 “Free As Cheap – Jophen Stein's Snootson Family Showcase” – new works from Jophen Stein http://www.scribbletheory.com/
COMING UP NEXT WEEK: Fri, July 11th 7-11PM thinkspace 4210 Santa Monica Blvd in Los Angeles / 323.913.3375 “Un autre Monde” featuring new works from Joshua Clay + “Royals & Crocodiles” featuring new works from Erik Siador & Jose “Emroca” Flores in our project room (Both exhibits on view through August 1st) http://www.thinkspacegallery.com/
PLEASE NOTE: It is always best to contact each gallery directly or visit their website to confirm all listings and to ask about possible cover charges or other restrictions.
Past that, look for full solos coming up with Allison in '09 and '10 @ thinkspace. We can't wait!!! She also has an amazing show booked for next year with our good friends at Ad Hoc Art in Brooklyn, NY alongside the amazing duo of Kozyndan. WOW!!!
We're super excited to give you all a sneak peak of one of the new ones that UK artist Paul Barnes will be sending over to us this September. We've been lucky enough to have him in a couple group shows in the past, but this will be the 1st time he exhibits a nice grouping of works with us. Paul will be showing a small selection of new works on a featured wall in our project room this September... get excited!!! More on this soon...
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