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Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Weekly What To Do: Two Art Shows...It's A Slow Start


30 Years Later (a group show tribute to 1991) & Lou Pimentel's Influential Figures

Fri, Jan 8, 12pm
We're so stoked to start 2021 with the return of 30 Years Later, a group show celebrating the films of yesteryear. Paying homage to 1991 films like Point Break, The Silence of the Lambs, My Own Private Idaho, Hook and Nothing But Trouble - all the art will become available on Friday at Noon PT at
Group Show Inaugurating Our New Gallery Space Opening Reception with the Artists
Saturday, January 9, 2021 12:00-6:00pm *scheduled visitation only
Thinkspace Gallery
4217 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA. 90016
Thinkspace is even kicking off the decade with a move to a new location in December, opening its doors in the new arts district emerging at Jefferson and La Brea, at 4217 W. Jefferson Blvd. Los Angeles, California.


ASSASSINS: A Live Screening and Filmmaker Q&A 

Tuesday, January 12th, 6pm


 In 2017, Kim Jong-nam—the half-brother of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un—was assassinated in the bustling departures hall of Malaysia’s international airport. The spectacularly brazen murder happened in broad daylight, filmed entirely by security cameras. Footage showed two young women approaching Jong-nam from behind, covering his eyes with their hands, and pressing VX—the most lethal nerve gas on earth—into his eyes. He stumbled away and was dead within an hour. But if the murder was extreme, the story that came next was even more bizarre: The two women who killed Jong-nam claimed they had simply been hired to pull a video prank and had no idea what they were really doing. The Malaysian government scoffed, arrested and imprisoned the women and put them on trial for murder, facing execution. But was their outlandish story actually the truth? And would anyone believe them? Assassins, the latest from director Ryan White, travels from the sanctums of Pyongyang to the rice fields of Indonesia and Vietnam to the courtrooms of Kuala Lumpur to tell an extraordinary tale of manipulation and subterfuge in the age of social media.