26.10.09 by Jeff

Here Is Now

Thanks to everyone who came out to the pop-up show Here Is Now, it was paaaaaaacked! Amazing work, great music, fun crowd. I stole these photos from Lindsays Diet (thanks Linds) and from VancouverIsAwesome (thanks Randy). Enjoy the evening in reverse order.

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

The place was wall to wall for about four hours.

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

Pablo and Jessica, my talented friends (both had work in the show).

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

Robert Mearns’ History of Violence portrait.

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

Cartelera was there in full force.

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

Kyle Scully. I am the proud owner of that one on the left. It’s HUGE.

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

It’s hard to tell but there were dj’s playing from the balcony.

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

This store was the perfect spot for an art show takeover.

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

Randy Laybourne.

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

The Wizard Gang.

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

Sincerely Hana and myself.

here is now exhibition vancouver pop up art show

More photos here: Lindsays Diet













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • janushouemagnussen

    Wow, looks great. If only I lived in Vancouver and not Copenhagen :-)

  • lapetitefaon

    jealous of Vancouver again!

  • It was a great show! (and I loooove the print you bought!) So proud of them all :D

  • Sarah

    Tom Cruise really SHOULD have died at the end of ‘The Last Samurai’!! Hahaha, agreed ;) Wish I could have been there – only been to Vancouver once when I was living in Washington, but now I’m in NYC and wishing I had gone more often when I had the chance…

  • Kyle

    Your photos are crooked. ;) haha

  • your work looks really dope jeff. you should post more.

  • Maciel

    Good stuff!

  • Daniel

    WZRDS

  • I stopped by too… it was so packed! LOVE the photo you bought, and your work was great too!

  • Looks like a cool space

  • This looks like a great event how do I become part of it?

    Jason
    http://www.FaceBook.com/AthingtonStudios





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