04.01.10 by Jeff

Stream

My friend Jennilee Marigomen and Andrew Laumann have curated an amazing photograph projection show called Stream. The brilliant part about this show is that it’s taking place in two places at once! Baltimore and Los Angeles! On Friday January 22 get yourself over to Space 15 Twenty (LA) or Pent House Gallery (Baltimore).

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



  • c

    there are so many artists i’m eager to see! i was so bummed when i first heard about this because i only saw the flyer for los angeles, but i am so so glad as i’m leaving los angeles FOR baltimore. god damn i will certainly be there.

    • this show is like a miracle just for you

  • Space 15 Twenty is where it’s at… Dope artists and the Snackbar!





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