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Thinkspace Projects: December 2023

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Saturday, 9 December 2023 to Saturday, 6 January 2024
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Saturday, 9 December 2023 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm

Thinkspace Projects Presents New Exhibitions from Five Artists in December

 

Main Gallery | Fandi Angga Saputra | UNEN-UNEN

Gallery II | Oscar Joyo | Ubuntu

Gallery III | Antonio J. Ainscough | Chimera

Gallery IV | Cheese Arnon | Reflections

Dog House Gallery | Berk Visual | Channel Surf

 

DECEMBER 9, 2023 - JANUARY 6, 2024

Thinkspace Projects

4207 W. Jefferson Blvd. & 4217 W. Jefferson Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90016

T: 310.558.3375  |  Tues. - Sat. Noon to 6PM

Thinkspaceprojects.com

 

Opening Reception

Saturday, December 9th, 6-10pm

 

Thinkspace Projects closes out the year with new works from five diverse artists.

Main Gallery: Fandi Angga Saputra’s UNEN-UNEN, inspired by words imparted by his elders. Proverbs are well-known sentences containing wisdom, truth, and traditional principles—embedded in a metaphorical and memorable form passed down from one generation to the next.

Gallery II: Oscar Joyo’s Ubuntu. A continuation of his show with the gallery last year, HYBRID, this exhibition appreciates and reimagines the artist’s time in Malawi and current experiences in Chicago. Featuring large plants and vibrant skies, Joyo also draws on his family's farming background and the way they built a community through agriculture. The prominent leaves depicted in this collection are tobacco leaves, which serve as one of Malawi's main exports.

Gallery III: Antonio J. Ainscough’s Chimera. In a world filled with misleading facades and self-deception, Chimera invites viewers to dive into the intricate maze of existence, where the illusions we create often lead to harmful behavior and consequences, both for ourselves and the world.

Gallery IV: Cheese Arnon’s Reflection. The Thai artist’s U.S. debut, Reflection features his resilient fox character, which serves as a conduit for the artist to tell his own story. “The Fox,” serves as a testament to the artist’s versatility, beautifully showcasing a multitude of art styles in a carefully arranged composition.

Dog House: Berk Visual’s Channel Surf. Berk Visual boasts a big personality that can be felt through every extension of his work.

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4207 W. Jefferson Blvd. & 4217 W. Jefferson Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90016

Hijinx Arts , Los Angeles

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