Thinkspace Projects presents new exhibitions – “The Multiverse” by Scott Listfield and “Cotton Harlequins” by TRNZ. Along with Ken Nwadiogbu’s “Freedom Protesters,” “Letters From the Other Side,” by Yosuke Ueno and “Sergio Garcia: New Works” in the viewing room. The exhibitions will remain open through June 25, 2022. Remember to check with the gallery for up-to-date covid protocols and guidelines – (proof of vaccination and masks MAY be required).
Scott Listfield’s “The Multiverse” is autobiographical as it looks back at the different lives the artist has lived, people he’s known, and almost 600 paintings he’s created. Listfield casts his signature astronaut figure in a new light, revisiting some of its earliest settings as a means to revisit those times in the artist’s life, to walk in the shoes of a much younger version of himself. Remember to check with the gallery for up-to-date covid protocols and guidelines – (proof of vaccination and masks MAY be required).
TRNZ’s Cotton Harlequins is the Manila born artist’s first US solo show. Inspired by the artist’s recent trips to the Ukay-ukay store—a thrift store in the Philippines—the resulting collection is a colorful story told through clothing and facial expressions, featuring various pieces, patterns, and textures, found during those trips.
On view: June 4 – June 25, 2022
What: New Exhibitions
Where: Thinkspace Projects, 4217 W. Jefferson Blvd., LA, 90016 (West Adams District)