In the West Adams area…Thinkspace Projects held an art party to celebrate new exhibitions on Saturday, March 5, 2022. There is still time to catch the exhibition…it will be on view through March 26, 2022. Masks are required, but remember to confirm with gallery for last minute covid protocols and guidelines – (proof of vaccination MAY be required).

Victoria Cassinova’s first major solo show, “Without Ornament” – ten new works, which range in medium and size, including paint and charcoal, a juxtaposition of highly detailed and beautifully engaging bodies, many of which are nude with monstrous faces.

Langston Allston’s “Blue City” – offers viewers a not often seen view of New Orleans, an ode to towering thunderclouds and houses held together with tarps and roofing nails and prayers.

Young-Ji Cha’s debut solo show, “Seesaw” – the themes are seemingly whimsical in nature, they showcase underlying tropes of morality, life, and death.

Also opening “Mixed Emotions,” Willem Jacques Hoeffnagel, and “Brown Sugar,” by Jamiah Calvin (aka Miah The Creator) in the Viewing Room.

On view: March 5, 2022 – March 26, 2022

What: New Exhibitions
Where: Thinkspace Projects, 4217 W. Jefferson Blvd., LA, 90016 (West Adams District)