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Finally, Art Rapture is back to Vancouver this month

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Finally, Art Rapture is back to Vancouver this month

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DH Vancouver Staff Sep 01, 2017 4:00 am 930

Get ready for the most exhilarating urban art show you’ve ever seen, Vancouver.

Art Rapture is bringing local and international artists works together for this year’s PROHIBITION: nothing but trouble event on September 22 and 23.

You can attend this highly-anticipated art experience that’s set to take place in the heart of Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant art and media district. And you’ll get to see some epic jaw-dropping works that bend the boundaries of what you’d see in a traditional gallery.

The fifth-annual show adopts the theme of rapture and this means you can traverse a space where contemporary pieces scream off the walls with provocation and colour.

You’ll definitely want to attend the event for the amazing lineup of artists. Here are some of the artists whose work will be featured at this year’s festival.

Okuda San Miguel

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This world-renowned artist from Madrid, Spain is headlining the show and you’re going to want to see what he has in store since this is the first time he has been to Vancouver to present his work.

Michelle Tanguay

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You’re going to want to see the magic that this Detroit-based muralist creates in the city.

iHeart

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This Vancouver-based muralist is known to attract a crowd and you’re going to want to Instagram his works.

Ola Volo

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Another Vancouver favourite muralist that you’ll have FOMO if you don’t see.


This year’s Art Rapture event will also see new faces including artists Priscila Yu, Bracken, Justin Ogilvie, Taka Sudo, and John Shaw.

After the show, Okuda himself will be painting a mural on 325 West 4th on September 27, 28, and 29 as part of Art Rapture’s mission to introduce Vancouver to international talent. He’s also known for creating disruptive installations like the Church of Cannabis in Denver or the famous Skate Park Church in Spain.

Tickets to the event are on sale now, starting at $12 and you can purchase yours via Picatic. Remember to snap one up soon as the event sold out for both nights last year!

PROHIBITION: nothing but trouble 2017 

When: September 22 and 23
Where: 130 West 4th Avenue
Price: $12 – $35 – Tickets available via Picatic

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Daily Hive is a proud media sponsor of PROHIBITION: nothing but trouble 


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