As a means of bringing our collective creative pursuits into an experiential environment, Arkitip and Incase have partnered to open Project Space, a unique setting for exhibitions, performances and installations.
Along with original artwork, Project Space will support a limited range of curated products that will rotate based on availability. This will include all special project endeavors from each brand. Project Space stays true to Arkitip's founding principles: supporting the arts, promoting freedom of expression and making art affordable and accessible.
Los Angeles CA 90036
Wednesday - Sunday
11am - 7pm
Andrew Schoultz: Melt Down
Andrew Schoultz combines meticulous rendering with imagery both familiar and fantastical. Themes of chaos and destruction forewarn current political and environment climate, taking form in large-scale installations, murals, paintings, sculptures and works on paper.
Niels Shoe Meulman: Calligraffiti Throw-Ups
Born, raised and based in Amsterdam, Meulman began tagging “Shoe” in 1979 and became a graffiti legend by the time he was 18. In the eighties, he met New York graffiti artists like Dondi, Rammellzee, Haze, Quik and Keith Haring after which he then formed the Crime Time Kings with Bando from Paris and Mode2 from London. Together, they gave graffiti in Europe its own distinctive style.
Ari Marcopoulos: Now is Forever
Now is Forever is a travelogue of previously unpublished photographs from around the world. Premiering for the first time at Project Space will be "Moroso Crew", a 60-minute cinema vérité documentary Marcopoulos shot in 1992 on illegal drag racing in Brooklyn and the Bronx. The exhibition also celebrates the launch of the Camera Bag collaboration between Incase and Ari Marcopoulos.
Janette Beckman: Archive of Attitude
Janette Beckman's photography exhibition marked the third artist installment at Project Space. Beckman culls works from her time in London during the punk era through the hip-hop decade in New York and Los Angeles. The show featured artifacts and photographs of musicians, their fans and youth culture.
Revisit MASH Tour of California
In 2009, Incase sponsored the MASH team when they embarked on their uniquely subversive journey to crash the 2009 edition of the Tour of California on their track bikes. A little more than one year later, Project Space hosted with MASH a special exhibition entitled "Revisit MASH Tour of California," a retrospective on their incredible journey during the 2009 Tour of California, which showcased documentation from the MASH experience, including a new short film and behind-the-scenes photography, and a display of artifacts from the tour.