AD ART SHOW 2020
returns to The oculus at
westfield world trade center!
A show featuring black artists, struggling for recognition and working outside the conventional art world. Nominations are now closed!
DON'T SILENCE OUR VOICES Art Show
Sep 1 - 30, 2020 New York City
AD ART SHOW 2020
september 2020 at the Oculus at Westfield World Trade Center, New York City
AD ART SHOW is a groundbreaking juried art exhibition, launched at Sotheby’s New York in February 2018 and now in its third year, featuring artworks by artists from around the world.
The venue for 2020 is the Oculus, designed by architect Santiago Calatrava, at the Westfield World Trade Center — one of the most famous architectural landmarks in New York City with over 350,000 visitors each day. AD ART SHOW 2020 will be seen by over 10 million people during the month of September.
Our mission is to provide AD ART SHOW artists with more exposure to the art world, art lovers, collectors and to the public at large!
AD ART SHOW artists
AD ART SHOW 2019 Artists Gavin Benjamin, Yuriko Hirose, Ron Burkhardt, Camomile Hixon, & Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic have work on display at the Shibuya Stream complex in Tokyo, Japan from now until December 2019. MvVO Art was honored to coordinate with managers at Shibuya Stream to bring this show to Tokyo.
"AD ART SHOW is bound for so much momentum and impact."
"The concept you have developed is impressive and powerful."
"Being part of the AD ART SHOW changed my artist career fundamentally."
"We get to show at venues that are second to none; the Sotheby's New York, the Oculus World Trade Center and all over Manhattan on LinkNYC."
For AD ART SHOW 2020 Inquiries - Email Us Here
AD ART SHOW 2018 WAS HELD AT SOTHEBY'S NYC, FEB 22-25
AD ART SHOW is the newest groundbreaking art venture by MvVO ART—
and first art show to exhibit a new generation of Artists from Advertising
who create original works in painting, sculpture, photography, works on paper,
mixed media & video art—like Warhol, Magritte, Rockwell, O'Keeffe, Rosenquist,
Haring & so many more artists with a history in Commercial Art.
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