“Somewhere I’d Rather Bee” by Bumblebee
At the Burbank Airport / 13 x 30ft
Bumblebee continues his efforts to help raise awareness of youth homelessness by painting children throughout Los Angeles. If you have a wall he can paint please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Picks of the Harvest 2012′ will showcase numerous artists we’ve had our eye on over the past year exhibited alongside new works from several of our regular Thinkspace family members. Featuring work from over 60 artists from all walks of life from around the world, ‘Picks of the Harvest 2012′ aims to shine a light on some of the most exciting young contemporary artists in our movement.
The full digital preview will be ready this Tuesday. If you see something here or via the sneak peek on our Flickr you would like to inquire about, please shoot a mail to email@example.com and we’ll get right back to you.
Coming up on March 3rd we’ll be opening ‘Picks of the Harvest 2012‘. This is our 1st group show in a good while consisting almost solely of artists that are new to our gallery. There is some amazing talent on board for this one and we can’t wait for all to see their work in person this coming March.
On Fri, Jan. 20th writer, director and producer Morgan Spurlock (Supersize Me, 30 Days, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold) sat down with Thinkspace Gallery director Andrew Hosner for a discussion during the Affordable Art Fair LA regarding his love for contemporary art and the upcoming exhibit he will be curating at Thinkspace this coming April.
This Saturday at Mid-City Arts marks the debut US exhibit from Ukrainian artistic duo Interesni Kazki. The duo have created all new works for this special show which will run through the end of the year. Don’t miss this one!
Sat, Nov. 19th 6-9PM Mid-City Arts
5113 West Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles ‘Nothing Special’ featuring new works from Interesni Kazki http://midcity-arts.com/
“The artist installation we are creating for the Moniker Art Fair is going to be a little different from any of our past installations. We are working on giving the installation a lot of depth, playing with our usual aesthetic and ideas of creating a small wonderland of our imagination for people to visit and interact with.
We really hope that we can create a unique experience for people, and give them the feeling like they are walking into one of our paintings by using more three-dimensional sculptural works. The installation will include a collection of colorful characters in the form of large cigarettes, an over sized cigarette pack, wood cut outs of clouds of smoke smiling over the viewers and a collection of furniture and fond items, all hand painted.”– DABS MYLA
Their part in the Moniker Art Fair will also include a print release for “I Thought Of This Before” that was featured in their recent sold-out solo show with us this past August.
Catch DABS MYLA’s ‘The Fastest Way To Smoking Pleasure‘ presented by Moniker Projects at project space #1 at this year’s Moniker Art Fair from October 13th – October 16th.