Opening Night: “LAX/PHL” Curated by Thinkspace at Gallery 309

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Work by Curiot, Erica Rose Levine and Yosuke Ueno

This past Saturday, “LAX/PHL” brought Los Angeles-based Thinkspace Gallery’s roster of artists to Philadelphia, including Adam Caldwell, Jeremy Hush, Sarah Joncas, Jonathan Wayshak, Curiot, Yosuke Ueno and many more. The spectacular exhibit, hosted at Gallery 309, highlighted a diverse array of aesthetics in new contemporary art, including street art, illustration and pop surrealist-influenced work. A packed house of eager fans gathered at the reception for the opportunity to view this sampling of over 40 artists, many of whom have never previously shown in The City of Brotherly Love. If you missed the reception, a second one will take place on Friday, June 7. In the meantime, enjoy some of our exclusive event photos from S. Jenx as well as some artwork images below.

Erica Rose Levine

Jeremy Hush with his work

Jeremy Hush

Jonathan Wayshak

Stella Im Hultberg

Lindsay Carr’s “Adjutant Stork”

Erik Siador

Jacub Gagnon

Artist and Gallery 309 owner Paul Romano with his painting

Adam Wallacavage

Craig “Skibs” Barker

Jeremy Hush, Kat Gun, Allison Sommers and Heather Gargon

Allison Sommers with her art

Adam Caldwell

Mike Bell with work by Aaron Nagel and Jeremy Hush

Buddy Nestor with painting by Sarah Joncas

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