Sometimes the fit is perfect, and that couldn’t be more true for our newest partners for Shared Walls™. CENTRO, an online advertising and media buying company, is the hallmark of companies who understand culture, employing an energetic workforce, and making the office not only a fun place to be. When you walk into CENTRO, it’s immediately clear that they are a team and a family in every sense of the word. The environment is creative and collaborative, and it’s clear that employees are friends who happen to do great work together.
Since we started identifying potential partners for our program, CENTRO was on the list… for the reasons mentioned above. And when they saw my talk from Technori, it was only a matter of time before we made it official. We worked with CENTRO to select art that reflected the personality of the company, while leaving the canvas blank, as it were, to be filled with a range of awesome artwork by a host of emerging artists that IPMM believes in.
We chose to feature artworks by KEVIN LUCIUS, DOLAN GEIMAN, and VIDHYA NAGARAJAN, all of which are insanely talented and whose art conveys the funky, approachable, fun vibe that CENTRO embodies. We’re so happy to own these artists’ work as part of our collection, and we’re stoked that CENTRO is loving the art.
On Wednesday November 5th, we held an opening reception in the CENTRO space, invited the artists out for a tour of the work and a brief Q&A, and fun was had by all. Many thanks to the entire CENTRO team, including Chris Bailey, Kate Hayford, and of course, CEO Shawn Riegsecker. What an an awesome company…
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