MvVO’s Ad Art Show Is Taking Over The Oculus For The Month Of May
When the MvVo Ad Art Show launched in 2018, its main goals were to amplify creative voices working in advertising and marketing industries, as well as to showcase their contributions to modern art and design. For its fourth annual showcase, the digital gallery will celebrate 130 New York-based and international artists, featuring their paintings, sculptures, drawings and more across Westfield World Trade Center’s high-resolution screens.
The showcase runs May 1 through May 30.
In addition to the free-to-the-public gallery offering, on May 3 at 4 p.m. MvVO will invite all of Lower Manhattan to the virtual exhibition’s opening reception, an event for which the Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Adam Smith has already RSVP’d. (He is leaving his Grammy at home. Rude.)
For those who can’t make the trek Downtown this May, you can view the entire gallery at the MvVo website and purchase original art pieces featured.
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