Thinkspace Projects • February 2023
Thinkspace Projects Dives Into February With Group and Solo Exhibitions
Gallery I | Hello Bear-Chan! | Yasuhito Kawasaki
Gallery II | Into the Wild | Group Show curated by City of Talents
Gallery III | Phenomenon | Nortisohi Mitsuuchi
Gallery IV | Stages of Grief | Caroline Liu
FEBRUARY 4 - FEBRUARY 25
4207 W. Jefferson Blvd. & 4217 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
T: 310.558.3375 | Tues. - Sat. Noon to 6PM
Saturday, Feb 4, 6-10pm
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Thinkspace Projects keeps the New Contemporary Art momentum going in 2023, with solo and group exhibitions that compliment each other beautifully.
Gallery I - Yasuhito Kawasaki’s debut North American solo exhibition: Hello Bear-Chan! With both paintings and ceramics, Kawasaki is experiencing a meteoric rise with collectors around the world. Using a casting technique he has honed over years of work, he is known for his trademark sculptures of innocent looking children, though each is a self-portrait drawing on some element of himself.
Gallery II - In collaboration with City of Talents, Thinkspace Projects presents Into the Wild. The group exhibition is curated by Jean Claude Geraud, the founder of City of Talents, Toulouse, a contemporary and urban art agency. Featuring new works from Clémentine Bal, Humbly, Diren Lee, Jade Kim, Kwang Hyun Kim, Mackcha, Keigo Nakamura, and Byun Sehee; artists from all around the world. Full of childhood memories, nostalgia, vivid colors, and forgotten worlds.
Gallery III - A solo exhibition of new paintings by Noritoshi Mitsuuchi: Phenomenon. Resembling children’s drawings, or, perhaps more accurately, an adult’s interpretation of a child’s imagination, Mitsuuchi taps into the aspects of youth that often fall away with the responsibilities of adulthood. The works are reminiscent of Japanese folklore and European fairy tales.
Gallery IV - Caroline Liu’s Stages of Grief. The painter, muralist, and fiber artist uses her work to explore and hold onto her personal memories following a severe concussion that left her short term memory damaged. Her work is the result of a therapeutic practice, allowing her to explore and preserve her own identity. This show in particular deals with grief and loss, serving as a visual journal to share feelings of confusion and love lost.
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