A Preview of Thinkspace Gallery's September Exhibitions
This weekend Thinkspace Projects in Los Angeles will present Habitat featuring new work from Kevin Peterson, Jacub Gagnon, Kisung Koh and Anthony Solano alongside new solo exhibits from Sarah Joncas and Erik Mark Sandberg and their Amplify group exhibition that will be taking over both floors of their new space at 4207 W. Jefferson.
Opening receptions will be on Saturday, September 3rd from 6-10pm.
Featuring new works from Kevin Peterson, Kisung Koh, Anthony Solano and Jacub Gagnon.
Habitat brings together four surreal naturalist painters for one impactful exhibition. Each artist has delivered new work for the show, pushing the boundaries of their previous creations, ultimately creating some of their strongest pieces to date. These artists and their works display an apparent harmony, complimenting each other with elements of the natural world and surrealist attitudes.
Erik Mark Sandberg: Golden Pacific
Golden Pacific consists of six paintings, four etchings, and two monoprints, each offering an idealized sunset-bathed surreality. The uncanny nature of the paintings allows for ambiguity within the pictorial codes loosely themed around daily recreational activities, love in the modern age, or the ersatz reality of the digital realm.
Amplify is a group exhibition featuring the work of Yusuff Aina Abogunde Antonio J. Ainscough Langston Allston Stephanie Buer Victoria Cassinova Young-Ji Cha Paul Flores Priscilla S. Flores Sergio Garcia Armani Howard Anjastama Hp Blake Jones Ozzie Juarez Tosin Kalejaye Jolene Lai Ryo Laksamana (aka Ryol) Torto Lawrence Loser Angeles Dan Lydersen Marie-Claude Marquis B. Robert Moore Dustin Myers Ayanfe Olarinde Michael Polakowski Jack Shure David Speed Stom500 Austyn Taylor Roos van der Vliet Wiley Wallace Eshinlokun Wasiu Caroline Weaver Casey Weldon Brad Woodfin.
Sarah Joncas: Washed Ashore
Washed Ashore will showcase six new works from the Canadian artist, following a short break to have her first child and work on some new ideas.