Sunday, October 26, 2008

Bovo at MOCA

Tom Bovo will have three digital photographs in the upcoming On-line/ On-wall Double Exposure Exhibit at the gallery of the Museum of Computer Art (MOCA) in Gowanus. The exhibit will run November 4-26, 2008. All are welcome at the exhibit reception, Saturday November 8, 4-6 PM.

Brooklyn native Bovo (www.tombovo.com) has three digital photographs in the exhibit: 6th Avenue, B'DAZZLE and Bryant Park. They are all part of his recent series of Manhattan landscapes. His completed pieces are archival glicée prints. Bovo's recent digital photo series include Avenue Nights; Window Views; Reflections; and Valentino.

Bovo trained at Columbia University, where he studied painting and printmaking with Andre Racz, David Lund and Robert Blackburn. His work is in private collections in Birmingham AL; Tuscon AZ; Pasadena CA; and New York NY, as well as the Embassy of the Slovak Republic to Italy and the Vatican in Rome.

MOCA (http://moca.virtual.museum) is located at 139 Eleventh Street (between Second and Third Avenues), Brooklyn NY; take the F train to 4th Avenue, or the M or R train to 9th Street. The museum is open noon-6, Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call MOCA at 718.788.1313.
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