Dec 7, 2016

Join me for Two Exhibition Openings this Weekend

Join me for Two Exhibition Openings this Weekend

Hello Friends,

I would like to invite you to join me this weekend for the opening of two group shows that I am included in.

First, on Friday December 9th from 7 to 11 PM is Land of the Smokes: Landscapes and Los Angeles at Last Projects located at 6546 Hollywood BLVD, Los Angeles 90028. This exhibition was curated by Mario Vasquez and includes this list of great artists: Sandow Birk, Jaime Becker, Andrea Brown, Franco Castilla, Alika Cooper, Alice Konitz, Laida Lertxundi, Julie Orr, Katie Shapiro, and Jenny Yurshansky.

I will also have a music performance at Last Projects the following Saturday December 17th between 7 and 10PM.

Second, on Saturday December 10th from 7 to 10 PM is Change is Gonna Come at Avenue 50 Studio located at 131 N. Avenue 50, Los Angeles 90042. This exhibition takes inspiration from Sam Cook’s song, “A Change is Gonna Come” and speaks to visions of 2017 (or beyond). The exhibition will also include Beth Peterson, Sandy Huse, Brandon Harrison, Christopher Rivas, Jane McCabe, Kuriseteiun Takagi, Patrick Quinn, Rebeca Guerrero, Sofia Zueva, Thomas Evans III, Tia Blassingame, Toti O'Brien, Wendell Wiggins, Yvonne Ruiz, Linda Sue Price, Maya Mackrandilal and Diane Williams.

I would love to see you at either or both of these openings. 

As always I appreciate all your support.

Best regards,

Andrew

Sep 8, 2016

Hot Topic: A Photographic Response to Climate Change opening this Saturday

Hello Friends,

I have a couple exciting items to share with you this week.

First, I will be a part of a great three-person show titled Hot Topic: A Photographic Response to Climate Change. The exhibition, curated by Dan Shepherd, includes DM Witman and Daniel Kukla, along with myself and will open this Saturday, September 10th at GALLERY 1/1 in Seattle, WA. The gallery address is 2856 NW Market Street #2G, Seattle WA 98107 and the opening will take place between 6-9pm. If you would like more information about the exhibit and Gallery 1/1 click here.

The other good news, I was accepted into the prestigious Review Santa Fe Photo Festival at CENTER. CENTER is a non-profit organization in Santa Fe, New Mexico that was founded in 1994 to support, honor and provide opportunities to gifted and committed photographers (like myself). The Review Santa Fe Photo Festival invites only 100 photographers to meet with leading industry professional for portfolio viewings. This event will not happen until November of this year but CENTER has already begun promoting their chosen photographers and my page can be found by following this link.

Thank you for all your support. 

Best regards,

Andrew

 

Jul 26, 2016

GALLERY 1/1 Los Angeles Pop-up Exhibition featuring Andrew K. Thompson

GALLERY 1/1 Los Angeles Pop-up Exhibition featuring Andrew K. Thompson

Hello Friends,

I would like to invite you to join me this Saturday, July 30th for a GALLERY 1/1 pop-up exhibition in Burbank from 5-10pm.  Based in Seattle, GALLERY 1/1 is the only fine art photography gallery in the country to specialize exclusively in unique, single edition, one of a kind photographic print. Three prints of mine will be featured along with twelve other artists from across the United States.

The exhibition will be located at Studio Buckman 820 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505. Just up the street from the legendary Warner Bros. Studios and blocks away from the famous Porto's Bakery.

There will be a wine bar curated by Matthew Kaner, co-owner of the two best wine bars in LA, Bar Covell and Augustine Wine Bar and Cuban sandwiches from Porto's Bakery.

Once again, the pop-up exhibit will be one night only on Saturday, July 30th at 820 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505 from 5-10pm.

For more information click here, here or here.

Look forward to seeing you there. 

Thank you,

Andrew

Jul 4, 2016

July Updates

July Updates

Happy Fourth of July friends,

I would like to take a moment during this holiday to share a few exciting updates with you.

First, I would like to remind you that the Woven exhibition is still on view at the Sturt Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens in La Cañada Flintridge. Curator John David O’Brien assembled an excellent group of artists and put together a great show that I am very proud to be a part of. The gardens are located at 1418 Descanso Drive, La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011 and the gallery admission is free with regular Garden Admission (parking is free) from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM daily except Mondays when the Sturt Haaga Gallery is closed. The show will be up until the end of August.

Second, I have donated a piece for the PØST Los Angeles silent auction and party. For those unfamiliar with PØST, it is an experimental artist-run venue that has supported the Los Angeles art community twenty-one years. The amount of participating artist is too lengthy to list here but it is a who’s-who of Los Angeles based artists and I am excited to have been invited to partake. By following this link, you can bid on my work from now until Saturday, July 9th at 8pm. Also, if you’re in the LA area join us for the party at 1206 Maple Avenue #515, LA, CA 90015 from 6:30 to 8:30pm.

If that wasn’t enough, the Alan Klotz Gallery has three new pieces of mine listed in the New Acquisitions section of his website. You can see my work surrounded by such luminaries as Minor White, John Florea, Alida Fish and 2015 Aaron Siskind IPF Grant recipient, Amy Finkelstein.

Finally, there is one last Time Interwoven book for sale. Once it’s gone, they’re all gone and the edition will be closed. If you would like to purchase the last copy and/or my other book New Landscapes, I encourage you to check out my web store. Each book costs $20 and are signed and numbered 

Don’t forget to follow my social media accounts (Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook) to see a new image daily.

Thanks again for supporting me.

Best regards,

Andrew

May 11, 2016

May Updates

May Updates

Hello Friends,

It’s been a little over a month since updated you.

April was very good to me. First, my accountant got me a sweet tax refund, which allowed me to traveled to New York to attend the AIPAD fair. The fair was great because my work got a lot of attention from interested collectors, I made a lot of new connections and had a great time catching up with old friends and making new ones. There are other exciting opportunities for my work that came from this trip but I will share the details later once everything has been solidified.

For friends in the Southern California region, I would like to invite you to see the new exhibition title Woven at the Sturt Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens in La Cañada Flintridge. The exhibit will be open to the public starting Tuesday, May 17 and will run through Sunday, August 28, 2016. I am in great company with this list of artists: Marsia Alexander-Clarke, Melanie Ciccone, Clifford Eberly, Susan Feldman, Agustin Garza, Jenny Hart, Nicholette Kominos, Dinh Q. Le, Kristin Leachman, Jairlyn Mason, Thinh Nguyen, Echiko Ohira, James Richards, Meriel Stern, Joan Weinzettle, Pontus Willfors. John David O’Brien curated the exhibit and here are a few words from him about the show, “Like weaving itself, the premise of this exhibition is both simple and satisfyingly complex. When the purpose of weaving transcends utility and enters art, we see in full the many meanings and association to be found in the act of weaving, and in things woven.” The gallery admission is free with regular Garden Admission (parking is free) from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM daily except Mondays when the Sturt Haaga Gallery is closed.

In case you got a sweet tax refund too, I would like to tell you about my most recent limited edition photo book titled New Landscapes. The book was initially published for AIPAD and contains the images that where shown in the Klotz Gallery booth plus a few more. If you would like to purchase a copy of this or my other book Time Interwoven, I encourage you to check out my web store. Each book costs $20 and are signed and numbered.

Don’t forget to follow my social media accounts (Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook) to see a new image daily.

Thanks again for supporting me.

Best regards,

Andrew

Mar 20, 2016

March Updates

Hello Friends,

We are deep into tax season and I have a few items to share with you.

I will have a few images in the Dot Photo Club group show titled REFLECTIONS. The exhibition will be at the National Orange Show Art Gallery which is located at 689 S. E Street, San Bernardino, CA 92408. The reception is Friday April 1st from 4 to 9PM.

On the other side of the country, look for me and my work in the Alan Klotz Gallery booth at the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) 2016 Photography Show. The AIPAD photography show will take place at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, NY from April 14th until the 17th.

My limited edition photo book Time Interwoven has been selling well. I encourage you to pick one up at my web store for $20 before they’re all gone. Each book is signed and numbered.

If you haven’t noticed yet, I have added a bunch of new content to my website recently. Take a peek! www.andrewkthompson.net

Don’t forget to follow my social media accounts (Instagram, Tumblr and Facebook) to see a new image daily.

Thanks again for supporting me.

Best regards,

Andrew

 

 

 

Jan 23, 2016

January Updates

Hello Friends,

It’s a new year and I have been very busy since the last email update in December.

First, I want to invite you all to attend the Classic Photographs Los Angeles fair during the weekend of January 30 and 31st. The Alan Klotz Gallery will be exhibiting a few of my prints and they will have a stack of my new books!

New books? That’s right! I recently published my first book of photographs. They will be available to purchase for $20 from my new web store or from the Alan Klotz Gallery booth at Classic Photographs Los Angeles.

But that’s not the only book project I am a part of. A brief essay of mine will be published in the International Photography Annual 3. This third edition of the INPHA is a 132-page hardcover publication that includes 70 works by 54 artists from 5 countries. Click here to pre-order at a 10% discount.

If that wasn’t enough, I am the special guest in the first episode of Real Art…Real Talk, a YouTube program that focuses on thoughtful dialog about contemporary visual art. I can be seen reviewing the Mark Jenkins exhibition at the Fabien Castanier Gallery in Los Angeles by click this link here.

If you’re on social media check out my Instagram, Tumblr and/or my Facebook artist page to see a new image daily.

Thank you for supporting me and I hope you all have a great new year.

Best regards,

Andrew

Dec 6, 2015

December Updates

December Updates

Hello Friends,

I am excited to once again exhibit my artwork at SPACE Pomona located at 250 W 2nd St. Pomona, California. The show is titled All or Nothing and is a LIFEWORK pop-up exhibition. Along with my own artwork the show will include works by Christina Angelina, Katie Blaine, Ray Young Chu, Christina Franco, MLN17, Johnny Quintanilla, Septerhed, Shrine and Yuki. The opening reception will take place Saturday, December 12th beginning at 6PM and I will give a performance at the at 7PM. If you are in the area please join us for the festivities. 

On a separate note, I would like to encourage everyone to follow my social media accounts Instagram, Tumblr and/or my Facebook artist page because I have been actively posting a new images daily.

I look forward to sharing my artwork with you.

Best regards,

Andrew

Nov 29, 2015

Burning Tree

Burning Tree

Nov 28, 2015

I don't believe in perfection.

I don't believe in perfection.

I don't believe in perfection. When I hear the word I am suspicious of hubris. Instead I am interested in the beauty of imperfection.

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