Art Displayed on the Monumental Screens at the Oculus Westfield WTC and Online
Third Annual Art Show Featuring Artworks by Artists from Advertising September 1 to September 30, 2020, 23/7 With Presenting Sponsor NBCUniversal.
MvVO ART presents AD ART SHOW 2020, September 1 to 30, 2020, at the Oculus in the Westfield World Trade Center in New York and online on the Artsy gallery platform. MvVO ART, the creator of AD ART SHOW, with the ongoing support of presenting sponsor NBCUniversal and in partnership with Westfield World Trade Center.
AD ART SHOW, now in its third year, features artwork by the artists of advertising—artists following in the footsteps of Warhol, Haring, Rockwell, Magritte and many famous names in Art who worked in advertising and related fields.
This innovative all-digital show displays artworks by 135 talented contemporary artists on the monumental screens of the Oculus. The art is for sale on the MvVO ART Artsy gallery as of September 1, 2020 via MvVOART.com
“Nothing, not even a pandemic, stops the creative spirit of our artists. The resilience of our artists—and of New Yorkers—is evident in our determination to go forward and bring the pleasure of discovering new artists, both in person and online, during these challenging times.” Maria van Vlodrop, MvVO ART- AD ART SHOW Founder & CEO, also named top ten cultural shaper in the pandemic and beyond in Adweek’s 100 creative list, commented.
“At NBCUniversal, creativity is central to our DNA,” said Josh Feldman, Executive Vice President, Head of Marketing & Advertising Creative, NBCUniversal. “We’re thrilled to once again be a part of the AD ART SHOW, which highlights both the artists of advertising and demonstrates the power of creativity in a whole new way.”
The location in the Westfield World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan is emblematic of the revitalization of the neighborhood and of New York’s role as world leader in the arts.
The Oculus at Westfield World Trade Center is thrilled to welcome MvVO ART- AD ART SHOW back to our expansive digital screens,” said Danielle Hascoe, General Manager at the Westfield World Trade Center. “The opportunity for our shoppers to view this collection throughout the center adds to the rich experience we strive to offer to our visitors.”