Join our first live virtual talk with Untapped New York’s Artist in Residence Aaron Asis tomorrow! You may recognize his
The Museum of The City of New York's newest exhibit "In A World of Their Own" features photographs of Coney Island beach-goers by Aaron Rose.
A new video series by artist Aaron Asis, who is also our new Artist in Residence at Untapped Cities, goes into the forgotten and abandoned places in NYC. In the latest, we go into the off-limits New York State Pavilion, a remnant of the 1964 World's Fair in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
Explore the challenge of activating NYC's historic sites in a new mini-documentary about Fort Totten Park in Queens, created by NYC-based artist Aaron Asis.
A guerrilla art installation by artist Aaron Asis consisting of 1,500 gold balls has appeared in an abandoned structure in Fort Tilden National Park in Queens.
Untapped tour guide, Justin Rivers, along with artist, Aaron Asis, will present an Off-Broadway staged reading to benefit the restoration of the SS Columbia.
Go inside Brooklyn's abandoned Floyd Bennett Field in this photo essay by Aaron Asis, glimpsing into its historic past as a Naval Air Station and airport.
Green-Wood Cemetery Chapel was criss-crossed with hundreds of fuschia parachute cords for a two week site-specific installation by Brooklyn artist Aaron Asis.
Uncover off-limits and abandoned subway art in the forgotten spaces of NYC's massive subterranean transit network!
Explore the abandoned subway stations below Bowery and Canal Street through a series of stunning new photographs!