• Buy Your Tickets to SMMoA’s INCOGNITO 10!

    With 700 artworks from 550 emerging and established artists, you’re certain to find the perfect piece to add to your collection while supporting  SMMoA’s free exhibitions and programming.  For one night only, seasoned and new collectors alike have the opportunity to purchase stunning art works now presented in a 10″x 10″ format.  Purchase tickets to […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 24, 2014
  • Best of Think 2013

    Issue 01  /  Hillary Metz: Blythe Projects Going Nomad Hillary Metz, founder and director of Blythe Projects, describes her decision to break away from the traditional brick and mortar and adopt a nomadic approach.  She hit the road and has never looked back.   Issue 05  /  Lisa Adams: The Day the Shade Came Down After […]

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  • Lisa Adams: An Evolving Practice

    My first official assignment as a writer sent me to Downtown, Los Angeles at the Santa Fe Artist Colony to interview Lisa Adams.  It was the winter of 2008, nearly five years exactly that I met Lisa for the first time.  She had just applied spray paint to a large work titled We Destroyed the […]

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  • First Look: Lisa Adams at The Miami Project

    Los Angeles based painter Lisa Adams was one of the first artists ever featured in Installation Magazine.  Over the years we have watched as Adam’s visual vernacular has evolved and changed with her vision.  In California we explored the narrative of Adam’s work whose subjects reconcile the remnants of a world walking the balance between decay and possibility.  Where […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 5, 2013
  • Issue 05 Foreword

    Issue 05 is the week of synchronicity.  In our earlier days as a quarterly publication we never had the opportunity to time our features with exhibitions.  But now that we’re weekly it’s a whole new game. Emerge artist Hollis Brown Thornton revels in antiquated technological formats like VHS and Atari and re-introduces those relics through […]

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  • Lisa Adams: The Day the Shade Came Down

    After emergency surgery, painter Lisa Adams temporarily lost her sight but gained a new vision after a long recovery.  Her solo exhibition Second Life is on view at CB1 Gallery from April 7-May 12. “The shade came down” was a term unknown to me before August 2012 when I had an emergency vitrectomy for a torn […]

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