Thinkspace Gallery is excited to welcome Germany based artist moki to their gallery this December with her show Patchwork, following successful solo shows in the past year and a half in Germany, Czech Republic, and San Francisco. During Patchwork moki will additionally launch her new book ‘How To Disappear’ from Gingko Press. Thinkspace will have a limited supply on hand, so come early to pickup your copy.
Moki has lived and worked in Hamburg, Germany since 2001. She is a member of the BeetoBee Collective, a group connecting artists from European and Asian culture. Together with friends she runs an independent artspace named “Hinterconti” in Hamburg. Since 2006 she has drawn comics for the comic anthology “Orang” from the publishing company “Kikipost”, which released her first book called “Asleep In A Foreign Place”. Moki works primarily as a painter but she also illustrates comics, does animation for film and creates site-specific installations.
Besides moki’s work and book launch, Thinkspace will present The New Realism featuring new works from Aaron Nagel, Jeff Ramirez, Jennifer Nehrbass, Linnea Strid, Nathan DeYoung and Pakayla Rae Biehn. All of the featured artists in The New Realism will be showing in larger capacities as part of their 2011 program. This special exhibition offers a glimpse at each of the featured artist’s oeuvre and serves to showcase the stunning skill level of each.
Where: Thinkspace Gallery / 6009 Washington Blvd. / Culver City / CA 90232
When: December 11 – December 31