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In Exhibits

By sean


On 22, Jul 2015 | No Comments | In Exhibits | By sean

I’ll be in the show LAX/LHR curated by Thinkspace Gallery at Stolen Space Gallery  in London this September.


If you’ll be in London in September, come have a look!

‘LAX / LHR’ – Thinkspace X StolenSpace
Co-curated exhibition featuring 12×12 inch works and more from over 130 artists spanning the globe.

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 3rd 6-10PM

Taking Place At:
17 Osborn Street
London, England E1 6TD

Coming up this September at London’s StolenSpace Gallery will be “LAX/LHR”. For the ninth iteration of Thinkspace’s traveling group exhibitions, we have teamed up with D*Face and his crew to present the largest survey of the New Contemporary Art Movement to ever take place in the United Kingdom.


This special exhibition will feature over 130 local and international artists co-curated by Los Angeles-based gallery Thinkspace and London-based gallery StolenSpace. The massive group exhibition serves as a survey of the burgeoning New Contemporary Art Movement for art lovers in the United Kingdom, handpicked by two of the scene’s most prolific galleries.

“With roots firmly planted in illustration, pop culture, comics, street art and graffiti, put quite simply the New Contemporary Art Movement is art for the people,” Thinkspace co-founder Andrew Hosner said.


Featuring 12×12 inch (30x30cm) works from:
Aaron Nagel
Adam Caldwell
Alex Yanes
Alexis Diaz
Allison Sommers
Amanda Marie
Andrew McAttee
Andy Kehoe
Angry Woebots
Anthony Clarkson
Arth Daniels
Atsuko Goto
Beau Stanton
Bec Winnel
Ben Frost
Ben Turnbull
Brian Mashburn
Carl Cashman
Casey Weldon
Charles Krafft
Charlie Anderson
Chie Yoshii
Chris Stead
Christine Wu
Cinta Vidal
Cleon Peterson
Craig ‘Skibs’ Barker
Crystal Wagner
Curtis Kulig
David Bray
David Cooley
Derek Gores
Drew Leshko
Drew Young
Erik Siador
Felipe Pantone
Frank Gonzales
Fumi Nakamura
Jacub Gagnon
James Bullough
Jana & JS
Jason Thielke
Jeff Ramirez
Jeremy Fish
Jeremy Hush
Jim Houser
Joanne Nam
Jolene Lai
Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada
Joseph Martinez
Josie Morway
Kari-Lise Alexander
Kelly Vivanco
Ken Flewellyn
Kevin Peterson
Ki Sung Koh
Kojiro Ankan Takakawa
Kwon Kyung-Yup
Kyle Stewart
Lauren Napolitano
Lindsey Carr
Linnea Strid
Liz Brizzi
The London Police
Low Bros
Luke Chueh
Mari Inukai
Mary Iverson
Matt Linares
Matt Small
Matthew Grabelsky
Meryl Donoghue
Mike Egan
Monica Canilao
Mysterious Al
Pam Glew
Paul Barnes
Paul Stephenson
Peter Adamyan
Ramon Maiden
Ryan Callanan
Sandra Chevrier
Scott Listfield
Sean Mahan
Sebastian Wahl
Shepard Fairey
So Youn Lee
Sylvia Ji
Tony Philippou
Tran Nguyen
Troy Lovegates
Will Barras

PLUS 32×32 inch (81x81cm) works from:
Audrey Kawasaki
Alexis Diaz
David Cooley
Erik Jones
Joram Roukes
Kai & Sunny
Kevin Peterson
The London Police
Low Bros
Maya Hayuk
Word To Mother

-Thinkspace X StolenSpace-
On View: September 4th – October 4th

About StolenSpace Gallery:

StolenSpace Gallery exhibits a genre of work that has been variously labeled as ‘Underground Art’, ‘Street Art’ or ‘Urban Art’. None of these terms satisfactorily represent our artists’ work and so we prefer not to pigeonhole it. Some of our artists have a background in graffiti and street art, but not exclusively – all however, are influenced by society’s prevailing subculture where there are few rules and anything is possible. StolenSpace lets in the life-giving vitality of this environment that has long been overlooked by galleries and museums.

About Thinkspace Gallery:
Founded in Los Angeles in 2005, and located in the Culver City art district since 2009, Thinkspace was established with a commitment to the promotion and dissemination of young and emerging art. The gallery is a catalytic conduit for the emerging art scene, and is dedicated to the exposure of its tenets and its artists. This movement, straddled between popular culture, graphic art, design, and street art, is subject to steadily increasing global expansion, and is in need of institutional advocates. Thinkspace is positioned to create opportunities and a visible platform for its recognition and proliferation. The movement is young, but significant, and Thinkspace’s aim is to establish both a curatorial forum and a collector base for its output. As an institution, Thinkspace is committed to vision, risk, and the exceptional talents that wield it. From the streets, to the gallery, from the “margins”, to the white cube, Thinkspace is re-envisioning what it means to be “institutional”. As a haven for talent, and a venue founded in passion, conviction, and community, the gallery’s mandate is rooted in projections for its future longevity. We intend to be a vehicle for the talents we vet for year’s to come, and are passionate advocates for their vision and their dreams.

Thinkspace Gallery
6009 Washington Blvd. | Culver City, CA 90232
#310.558.3375  |  Tuesday through Saturday Noon to 6PM