Manish Vora, who spends his days attempting to "make things happen," made a major career move in 2008 when he left his Wall Street job to launch ARTLOG, a guide to all the latest and best exhibitions, public art, design, technology, and music happening throughout the country. Later, Manish co-founded the "Grey Area" Art Boutique with Kyle DeWoody, a company that "seeks to push the limits of creative engagement and expression through collaboration, installation, and programming." As if this weren't enough, Manish is also the director at Lightbox, a space intertwining technology and art experiences. It's played host to various exclusive events, including Lisa Salzer and Marlon Taylor-Wiles' Lulu Frost and George Frost presentation during this year's NYFW. All in all, we're positive Manish Vora is someone you should know!
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"Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die."
What do you actually do all day? Attempt to make things happen
Favorite song growing up? GNR "Patience" or "Thriller"
My biggest secret is... My interest in one day being involved in politics.
Uber, Taxi, Subway, or Citi Bike? Citi Bike until recently when I got car doored.
My motto is... Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die. (Yes, I just quoted DMB)
My alter ego is... 1980s Michael J. Fox
The last drink I had was... A ginger carrot juice at Atlas Cafe EV
If you had one day left to live in NYC what would you do? Gather everyone I know and have a dance party in Central Park.
Coming from? Going to? The Silk Building going to Lightbox.
What is your favorite work of art? Titian's Venice of Urbino
Who should we know? St. Lucia - can't stop listening.