30.10.09 by Jeff

Tangents

I can’t keep it secret any longer, I am extremely excited to announce the first-ever Booooooom art show, Tangents!

booooooom lifetime collective tangents art show vancouver

I have joined forces with the folks at Lifetime Collective to bring together six amazing artists for a group show here in Vancouver. November 13th. 8PM. Lifetime Space (68 5th Ave West).

The artists are: Erika Somogyi, Garry Trinh, Kenichi Hoshine, Ben Tour, Luke Ramsey, and Jennilee Marigomen.

Three locals, and three out of towners, all supremely talented. It is going to be an amazing show.

RSVP the Facebook event.













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



  • there.

  • I wish I could go!!!

  • Nathaniel Gniazdoski

    This looks sick!
    I’m really kicking myself now that i’m not in Vancouver anymore.
    Missin’ out!

  • there!!!!!

  • I wish I could be there, I’m sure it will be nothing short of awesome. Best of luck with it!

  • Tijmen

    What am I doing in the Netherlands.. i want to Vancouver!

  • YAHOOO! I am stoked for this.

  • emily rugburn

    doood Ben Tour…
    sweet….
    so down!

  • wish you could all be here!!!! there are some more top secret details that will surface in the coming week that might make you feel a bit better…

  • pumped* -tys

  • Maciel

    Whoa… wish I could be there. Too far, too far…

  • Why is Vancouver SO much cooler than Toronto …ugh, I want to go!

  • Emily

    YES.

  • Jennilee Marigomen *AND* Ben Tour in the same show… better get my bells out of mothballs for this one.

    PS Where the has Ben Tour been?!

    • Ben’s living in Gibsons and also teaching at Capilano College!

  • jaz

    great stuff, i wish i could go!!
    also.. will you be accepting email submissions for work anytime soon?

    • yeah, soon – I still have about 250 submission emails to go through. Sorry, it’s taking awhile!

      • jaz

        oh, wow! well keep us updated. have some things i’d like to share when you’ve got the time to check out more work.

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  • Brian Tong

    this show is going to be sooooo rad. thanks jeff and lifetime!

  • Hi Jeff, just wondering…. is this an any age show? I’m so pumped for it!
    -tys

  • JSancho

    Damn Jeff,

    Based on all the interviews and work you’ve shown prior to the show, wish I could be there man. Looks like its gonna be amazing.
    You gotta have another one…. however make sure its when I’m in town!

    -Jeff

    • thanks sanchezzz – yea hopefully if all goes as planned this will not be just the beginning!

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  • Sherwood

    WE WANT A SHOW IN NEW YORK!

    pretty pretty please c:





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