16.06.10 by Jeff

Free Life Center

Portland-based artists Mark Warren Jacques and Seth Neefus are bringing their touring installation “Free Life Center” to Vancouver this Friday! Here’s a peek at some of the art you’ll see!

Mark Warren Jacques and Seth Neefus Free Life Center

Mark Warren Jacques and Seth Neefus Free Life Center

Mark Warren Jacques and Seth Neefus Free Life Center

Mark Warren Jacques and Seth Neefus Free Life Center

Mark Warren Jacques and Seth Neefus Free Life Center

Mark Warren Jacques and Seth Neefus Free Life Center

Mark Warren Jacques and Seth Neefus Free Life Center

Mark Warren Jacques and Seth Neefus Free Life Center

Free Life Center – A touring installation by Mark Warren Jacques & Seth Neefus
Friday June 18th, 2010
7-11pm

Musical guests – Adelaide & Old Friend (Portland)

Lifetime Space
68 5th Avenue West
Vancouver, BC













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



  • lapetitefaon

    AAHHH this looks like an unbelievably rad show! Seth Neefus’s work is so sentimental and lovely to me!

  • http://mrspoqui.blogspot.com Mr Spoqui

    this is wonderful!!!

  • justin nelson

    mark warren jacques is one of my favorite artists right now. love, love, love his work. never heard of seth neefus but his work looks real nice, too. jealous!

  • Gema

    un diseñañdor muy versátil! los dibujos me recuerdan al infierno, no sé por qué!





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