Video Tour & Opening Reception Party of October Exhibitions featuring works from Langston Allston, Fajar Amali, TRNZ, Jolene Lai, Al Marcano, Tenser at Thinkspace Projects

Many thanks to all of the art lovers that flowed through our space this past Saturday to celebrate the opening of our October exhibitions. Much love to all of this month’s exhibiting artists for delivering such stellar bodies of work, what a special celebration it was!

Langston Allston (@langstonallston) is in Gallery I with ‘A Passing Love.’ The show conveys real stories and experiences with striking colors.

In Gallery II, Fajar Amali (@fajaramalie) brings his new show ‘Among Our Existence.’ The artist’s collection explores the worth of things that are often underestimated.

TRNZ (@trnzwho) is showing ‘The Weight of Things’ in Gallery III. The show assembles visual imagery in uncanny ways drawing from the artist’s own memories.

Secret Garden’ by Jolene Lai (@jolenelaiart) is in Gallery IV and is inviting viewers to gaze out of the window of their souls to see what lies within.

In the Dog House Gallery, TENSER takes an expansive look at his life up to now drawing on studio work, graffiti, and street portraits with ‘Three Halves.’

Our Viewing Room holds ‘Spirit Ditch’, a special installation from Al Marcano, that represents finding a new religion through skateboarding.

Much love to all that rocked our courtyard as well including GoopMassta, Ms.yellow, Marisa Avila Sayler, Karpet Workshop, Anthony Patrick Manorek, The Cure Company, Zavalas Pies, Liquid Death, Venice Beats and Digital Debris Video Gallery.

On view through October 28, 2023. The Thinkspace Projects compound is open Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 6pm. Please note the Dog House Gallery and our courtyard are only open for viewing on Saturdays. Free and open to all.

Thinkspace Projects
4207 W. Jefferson Blvd + 4217 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, California 90016

Photos + Video courtesy Birdman.

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