Meyer Vogl Gallery’s upcoming group exhibition Mixtape demonstrates how music and visual art so often intermixed, with one inspiring the other – igniting ideas or simply there in the background, somehow marrying themselves to the memory of creation and how it felt to create.
For the group show Mixtape, Meyer Vogl Gallery has invited 20 visual artists to create just one piece of art with one simple requirement: Name the piece after a song. The song could be one that the artist listened to while making the work, a song that evokes strong memories, or simply a song that the artist is currently listening to on repeat.
To coincide with the exhibition of artwork, Meyer Vogl Gallery will create and share a playlist of all of the artists’ song choices. The show will open Friday, December 3rd, with an opening reception at the gallery (122 Meeting Street) from 5 pm to 8 pm. It will run through the 23rd.
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