Though demolition has begun on 5 Pointz, the curators and a group of artists gathered to paint a 911 tribute wall in Crown Heights, Brooklynfeaturing Joe Conzo
Photos of street artist Shepard Fairey at work on hie new mural at 161 Bowery in the Lower East Side, a project was organized by non-profit L.I.S.A. Project NYC
Jim Power, the famous “Mosaic Man” of the East Village, has begun tearing his mosaics down, removing them before the city of New York has a chance to.
For nearly 2 years, the L.I.S.A. Project NYC has been bringing street art to Little Italy and surroundings to create downtown Manhattan's first mural district
The Museum of the City of New York's panel brought together photographers to share their earliest experiences documenting the graffiti culture in 1970s and 1980s NYC.
Juicy Art Fest is a 3-day festival in June dedicated to bringing arts and community together in Bushwick Brooklyn through street art, music, and performance.
The Bushwick Collective is kicking off the summer with its 1st annual gallery show and 3rd annual block party.
Street artist Gilf has responded to the closing of Pearl Paint with an installation at the site of barricade tape that reads "Gentrification in Progress"
Photos by Henry Chalfant and Martha Cooper from the 70s and 80s are on exhibit at City Lore. They documented the subculture of the NYC graffiti movement.
In the Whitewash show at the Jeffrey Leder Gallery, members of the graffiti collective voiced their thoughts through art following the whitewashing of 5 Pointz.