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New Edition from Nuno Viegas
We are honored to publish this new edition, based on the painting of the same name, from our recent sold out solo show with Nuno Viegas. Printed by our friends at Static Medium, this large scale edition perfectly captures Nuno's iconic LA shirt mask image.

Shirt Mask x LA
Edition of 75
20 x 30 inches / 50.8 x 76.2 cm
Fine art print on Signa Smooth 300gsm with hand deckled edges
Hand signed and numbered by the artist

This special edition will be available this Friday, January 22 at 9am Los Angeles / 12:00pm NYC / 5pm London / 6pm Berlin / 1am (January 23) Hong Kong in our web shop.

Please Note: NO pre-orders or requests for specific numbers.
On View Now At Thinkspace - Schedule Your Visit
Didn't make it by yet to check out our Aloha, Mr. Hand group exhibition? You can schedule your visit via the link below. If the 1st group is filled, be sure to check out Group II and Group III as well.

A link to the exhibition's viewing room and a self-guided virtual tour can also be found below.

If interested in purchasing a work from our new group exhibit, please reply to this e-mail or send an e-mail to contact@thinkspaceprojects.com.

Thank you all for your ongoing support!
Coming up February 6 at Thinkspace

Opening Reception:
Saturday, February 6 from noon to 6pm
* schedule your visit via our website / masks & social distancing required at all times

Collector Preview will be shared on Monday, February 1 via our newsletter. If you got this e-mail, you are all set and ready to receive. Thank you.

NEW LOCATION: 4217 W. Jefferson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. 90016

On view February 6 - February 27, 2021

Roby Dwi Antono (b. 1990) is a surrealist painter based out of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. His visual language forms connections between classical renaissance paintings, futurism, and fantasy, and draws inspiration from science fiction and natural history.

“I would often say that my works contain a set of idioms which have very personal meanings to me. I leave some visual cues in my works which act as a melancholic conundrum, for my audiences to set their eyes and mind upon. I love it when people try to guess the message behind my works and in the end each person will have their own interpretation, which is good because it opens the way for another enriching dialogue between us. The human experience affects both the idea and visual aspect of my works.” - Roby Dwi Antono

Epos (from the Bahasa Language) / noun
ep·​os | \ ˈe-ˌpäs

An epic poem, or epope, is a lengthy narrative poem, ordinarily involving a time beyond living memory in which occurred the extraordinary doings of the extraordinary men and women who, in dealings with the gods or other superhuman forces, gave shape to the mortal universe for their descendants, the poet and his audience, to understand themselves as a people or nation.
Certain Scars Can't Be Seen

Opening Reception:
Saturday, February 6 from noon to 6pm in Gallery II
* schedule your visit via our website / masks & social distancing required at all times

Collector Preview will be shared on Monday, February 1 via our newsletter. If you got this e-mail, you are all set and ready to receive. Thank you.

NEW LOCATION: 4217 W. Jefferson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. 90016

On view February 6 - February 27, 2021

Edith Lebeau is a Canadian artist based on the north shore of Montreal, Quebec. She spends most of her time painting in her studio with her cat named Jack. For some time, Lebeau lived in the countryside, surrounded by fields, forest and a distant horizon line. Lebeau tells stories through the portraits that she creates. She paints strong female figures intricately paired with fauna and flora elements that are facing their own insecurities.

In her newest body of work she is exploring through the eyes of different female protagonists, the various fears and dark emotions that we have in the deepest recesses of our mind. These women are left alone with these feelings and fears that we ourselves try to forget and try to bury.

Lebeau draws inspiration from her own experiences as well as from nature, pop culture, movies, music videos, fairytales and various mythologies. Her works has been exhibited in Montreal, Berlin, Rome, Las Vegas, San Francisco and New York. Certain Scars Can’t Be Seen is her debut solo exhibition with Thinkspace Projects, following numerous group show appearances over the last couple of years.
Special show with DULK in NYC this February
Excited to announce Ephemeral Treasures from DULK coming up this February in NYC.

We will be curating and co-hosting a special exhibition taking place in NYC with our good friends at Spoke Art.

On view February 20 through March 13, 2021 at:
Spoke Art
210 Rivington Street
New York, NY 10002

New works on canvas. New prints. The debut of a new sculpture. The debut of his new jewelry line. Full details shared soon.

Collector Preview will be shared on Monday, February 15 via our newsletter. If you got this e-mail, you are all set and ready to receive. Thank you.
About Thinkspace Projects
Thinkspace Projects was founded in 2005; now in LA's burgeoning West Adams District, the gallery has garnered an international reputation as one of the most active and productive exponents of the New Contemporary Art Movement. Maintaining its founding commitment to the promotion and support of its artists, Thinkspace has steadily expanded its roster and diversified its projects, creating collaborative and institutional opportunities all over the world. Founded in the spirit of forging recognition for young, emerging, and lesser-known talents, the gallery is now home to artists from all over the world, ranging from the emerging, mid-career, and established.
The New Contemporary Art Movement, not unlike its earlier 20th Century counterparts like Surrealism, Dada, or Fauvism, ultimately materialized in search of new forms, content, and expressions that cited rather than disavowed the individual and the social. The earliest incarnations of the Movement, refusing the paradigmatic disinterest of "Art" as an inaccessible garrison of 'high culture', championed figuration, surrealism, representation, pop culture, and the subcultural. By incorporating the 'lowbrow,' accessible, and even profane, an exciting and irreverent art movement grew in defiance of the mandated renunciations of "high" art. Emerging on the West Coast in the 90's partly as a response to the rabid 'conceptual-turn' then championed on the East Coasts, the Movement steadily created its own platforms, publications, and spaces for the dissemination of its imagery and ideas.
Though the New Contemporary Art Movement has remained largely unacknowledged by the vetted institutions of the fine art world and its arbiters of 'high culture,' the future promises a shift. The Movement's formative aversion to the establishment is also waning in the wake of its increased visibility, institutional presence, and widespread popularity.
Thinkspace has sought to champion and promote the unique breadth of the Movement, creating new opportunities for the presentation of its artists and work. Though still very much invested in the elevation and exposure of its emerging talents, the gallery, now in its 13th year, has come into its own with a roster that reflects this maturity. An active advocate for what is now one of the longest extant organized art movement's in history, Thinkspace is an established voice for its continued growth and evolution.
The gallery has in recent years expanded its projects beyond Los Angeles, exhibiting with partner galleries and organizations in Berlin, Hong Kong, London, New York City, Detroit, Chicago, and Honolulu among many others, participating in International Art Fairs, and curating New Contemporary content for Museums. Committed to the vision, risk, and exceptional gifts of its artists, the gallery is first and foremost a family. From the streets to the museums, and from the "margins" to the white cube, Thinkspace is re-envisioning what it means to be "institutional."

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