AD ART SHOW 2022 returns to the iconic Oculus Westfield World Trade Center in New York City. Call to artists …

Installation of the AD ART show
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AD ART SHOW 2022, the fully digital art exhibition returns to the iconic Oculus
Westfield World Trade Center in New York from May 1-31, 2022.

AD ART SHOW, a unique experience to bring art directly to the public, by transforming a monumental advertising platform – The Westfield Network – into a public gallery space for an entire month.

The artists of AD ART SHOW follow in the footsteps of famous artists such as Andy Warhol, Rene Magritte and Keith Haring who also had business practices. Historically, some artists have taken the plunge, but barriers persist, and AD ART SHOW continues to open the doors for these talented creators to gain additional visibility and recognition.

A look inside the Oculus
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The call for artists is open until January 10, 2022. Access the information and the application here:

An initiative of MvVO Art, AD ART SHOW combines the powerful commitment of a digital advertising medium with the experience of art. It’s a winning combination of audience, art and platform, within a popular shopping and dining destination.

Maria van Vlodrop, founder of MvVO Art, named one of the top ten cultural creators by ADWEEK commented: “Our mission is to provide the artists of AD ART SHOW with greater exposure to the art world, to art lovers. , collectors and the general public.

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AD ART SHOW is an art exhibition with jury, launched at Sotheby’s New York in February 2018 and now in its fourth year, featuring works by artists from around the world.

The venue for 2022 is the Oculus, designed by architect Santiago Calatrava, at the Westfield World Trade Center – one of New York’s most famous architectural landmarks is a transportation plaza and shopping destination open to the public.

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