Mei 2021 - Jonas Leriche at his work in Times Square, New York - Congrats
Belgian-born, New York-based artist Jonas Leriche takes his Transformational Artwork to the Streets of NYC!
10 million visitors are expected to see Jonas Leriche’s transformational artwork in the streets of New York. The emerging artist in the contemporary art world will exhibit his new phygital (physical-digital) artworks on the streets of New York as part of the Cube Art Fair (#staycreative) campaign.
Leriche hopes the Cube Art Fair will create greater exposure for his artworks and open him up to a new base of potential collectors. “Nothing has been easy for a long time now. But what’s easier than scanning a QR code? Hopefully, it will lead to the opening of new worlds as we get ready to open our societies again. If we can do that, if we can inspire people and enhance their experience of NYC with our little slices of augmented art, it will have been a success.”
The campaign will take place in New York during the Frieze Art Fair, beginning on May 5, 2021. His latest works, Transhuman Romance and Dance of Eternity, will also be featured on a massive billboard in Times Square.
Fore more info please visit www.leriche.be
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