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Love Heals Foundation Dedicates Mural Project to AIDS Activist Alison Gertz

This Saturday, Love Heals, the Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS education, will host its official dedication of the “What’s Your Sign? Mural Project” in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights neighborhood. 699 more words

Look Up!

Things you see when you lift your head up from your iPhone while you’re walking down the street. But then you immediately grab your iPhone to take a photo or add to Snapchat story… 16 more words

Be still my beating NYC HeART

I lived in New York City for a few short-but-long-enough years in the “early 2000s”.  My renovated-but-still-affordable apartment was on (as we told my girlfriend’s conservative suburban mother) the “upper upper upper East Side.   271 more words

Gum Shoe Art

Recently this popupal picture appeared on social media – it is a mural done by Angela China in NYC who uses the nickname GUMSHOEART.
As her nickname indicates, her street art focuses on shoes and chewing gums. 49 more words

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Tag This: Collector Commissions Huge Graffiti Project in the Bronx

The cultural value of graffiti, an art form that has found its home on the blank, urban surfaces of New York City, has long been debated amongst collectors, academics and NYC residents themselves. 412 more words

Bradley Theodore

One of my favourite NYC street artists is Bradley Theodore and recently on instagram I saw Nicky Hilton post a photo of a new portrait of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic cat, Choupette. 63 more words


Painting the Town Black

In the 1970s, graffiti emerged as a powerful form of self-expression on New York City streets. Our recent exhibition City as Canvas offered a window into the origins of this movement, and its evolution as graffiti artists like Lee Quinones and Lady Pink moved from the streets to canvases and gallery walls – and gained prominence in the art community. 459 more words

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