FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Saturday, June 17/2023
Phone: 604 - 616 - 1220
Looks Great! Gallery at Bentall Centre Breathes New Life Into Vancouver’s Business District. It’s Going To Get Weird!
June 17th | 6pm - 10pm
The Official Opening Party & Exhibition:
Looks Great! Gallery at Bentall Centre | 6pm - 10pm
555 Burrard st., Vancouver,BC
Saturday, June 17th - Vancouver, BC, - Vancouver’s business district is about to get a much needed burst of creative energy with the opening of the new Looks Great! Gallery. They will be officially opens their doors to the public with their inaugural art exhibition and launch party featuring murals, immersive Installations, and visual art, created by some of Vancouver’s leading contemporary artists, designers, makers and performers.
Looks Great! Gallery is located on the ground level of Bentall Tower 2 and has been converted into a multi disciplinary art gallery and event space that will feature a rotating line up of monthly to bi monthly exhibitions and installations.
Gallery director Kirsten Larsen, hails this opportunity as a HUGE win for Vancouver’s growing art community:
“It seems surreal to be here, in the heart of the business district. I feel that the last 10 years have all been leading to this moment and here we are. Looks Great! Gallery is not your typical commercial art gallery, it’s going to get weird.”
During her 10 year career as an independent curator, Kirsten has been quietly working in the back ground, building strong connections with many arts organizations and fostering relationships with a diverse cross section of visual artists, many of whom she hopes to share with us.
“Looks Great! Gallery is not your typical commercial gallery, it’s going to get weird.”
Looks Great! Gallery roster includes heavy hitters such as:
Don’t Doze Co.
Sherri Rogers and
The WKNDRS, just to name a few!
Gallery Director: Kirsten Larsen
Event Page: Opening Party
About The Gallery Director:
Looks Great! Gallery is curated by independent curator and creative space maker, Kirsten Larsen. For over a decade, Kirsten has been quietly forging a path for Vancouver's emerging artists. Having worked with over 250 artists and multiple spaces, she has a longstanding track record of transforming spaces and places into one of a kind experiences. Her ability to simultaneously build communities and bridge gaps between the artists and the public, is unprecedented.
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