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Contemporary Art Gallery

555 Nelson Street

Vancouver, Canada
Open from Tuesday to
Sunday, 12 pm → 6 pm

Admission always free
6 Jun 15·4:00 PM


Tad Hozumi

Two abstract, black and white paintings and one sculpture are installed in a gallery space. The sculpture is made of large, arched and bent sheets of reflective material stacked atop one another.

Tad Hozumi is a Vancouver-based artist and hip hop therapist, involved in local street dance culture and currently working on a body of photo, installation, social intervention and performance work that explores the history of struggle coded in to the subversive vocabulary of street style dances. Responding to the pop culture references of Julia Dault’s paintings he will curate a collection of records, and on June 6 and 13 he will conduct a series of participatory movement workshops building on his selections. On June 27 Hozumi will give a talk on the practice of crate digging (AKA record collecting) and play a live set.