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Art Show “100 Amigos”.

After a two year hiatus, the 100 Amigos Exhibition has returned! Once again featuring 100 artworks by 100 artists, the new show aims to celebrate Vancouver’s most exciting visual artists from a wide range of disciplines. All participants have been selected based on skill and motive — not marketability — as it is the intention of 100 Amigos to provide artists with the opportunity to create without bounds. This year’s show is curated by Pablo Zamudio, Drew Young, Douglas Coupland! Each of them has had such a huge influence on the culture in this city so we’re super excited to see their unique perspectives come together!

This is a must-see if Vancouver is your destination this weekend! “100 Amigos” opens Friday January 27th, 8pm – 11pmAt their new venue 1021 West Hastings (Entrance through 355 Burrard and Marine Building). Below, you can see a selection of works in the show.

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