Archive for March, 2010

Mr. Toast Party @ Japan LA




We are having a Mr Toast Party on Saturday, March 13th, at JapanLA, 7pm-10pm. Meet Dan Goodsell, creator of Mr Toast, and bring your sketchbook for him to sign.

Free Goody Bags (with any Mr. Toast purchase) for first 100 people. Take your picture with Mr. Toast! Grilled Cheese Truck parked out front! Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer! Special Limited Edition Prints and mini paintings available. Lots of Mr Toast stuff to buy: t-shirts, plush, books, jewelry, and more!!!

Party is free, and all ages. Must be 21 with ID if drinking alcohol.

648 N Fuller Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036

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Armsrock x Imminent Disaster x Tran Nguyen @ Thinkspace


Armsrock & Imminent Disaster “Refuge” (main gallery)

Tran Nguyen “Fresh” (project room)

Opening Reception: Friday, Mar. 12th 7-11PM
On View: Mar. 12th, 2010 – Apr. 2nd, 2010

* This will be the last show at our Silver Lake location. We will relocate to Culver City this April.

(Los Angeles, CA)Thinkspace is honored to welcome Denmark based artist Armsrock along with New York City based artist Imminent Disaster to our gallery for Refuge, their first two-person show together.

Refuge is the forced necessity of societies in collapse. It begins with people in motion, moving away from circumstances that are barren or perilous, that are unable to sustain their life or are actively seeking to end it. Refuge carries with it the transience of being in between one home and another; it is a liminal space, its structures are built to be packed away with ease; it momentarily rebuilds community while acknowledging the fragility of its permanence.

This idea of Refuge grounded in the local presence of tent cities in Southern California will be the basis of the upcoming collaborative installation between Armsrock and Imminent Disaster. This exhibition will illustrate the fragile and temporary nature of any refuge and the collaborative installation between the two artists will be an allegory of sorts illustrating how we are all stuck in the same boat, which seems to be sinking.

“Refuge’s political underpinnings only intensify its visual impact as a catalogue of catastrophes and archetypal contemplations sketched on walls and dangling from ceilings – a mélange of textiles, dimensions, and heroic execution.” – JUXTAPOZ


Never Stop @ Fred Segal



Get Ready For The Weekend

On Saturday:

At the CoproGallery in Santa Monica:

At Crewest LA:

And on Sunday afternoon, we have a live-painting session at Mid-City Arts.

This makes for one busy weekend. Enjoy. And hopefully the weather will stay beautiful.