Holiday Disguise LIM College StudentsSpace for Public Art 215 West 38th Street, New York 10018
The latest insallation in our Space for Public Art is Holiday Disguise, a unique take on festivities during the holiday season, created by students of LIM College's Visual Presentation class, taught by Professor Marjorie Lee Woo. The concept is inspired by Venice's Carnivale where participants don masks and costumes to add allure and mystique to the occasion.
In this scene, our hostess is decked out in her one-of-a-kind mask to complement her jewel-toned gown. Her holiday tree is adorned with a variety of artfully rendered papier mâché masks and gifts, creating the perfect environment for an evening of fun.
Holiday Disguise will be on display at 215 West 38th Street until January 8th.