Renovation at 190 Bowery is fully underway, with significant rehabilitation to the first level facade and entranceway of the former graffiti hotspot in NYC.
190 Bowery, also known as the Germania Bank Building, has always been a canvas for street artists to express the changing city around them. After almost fifty years as a single family residence, the building has been sold - it's future unknown. But the public gets a first and last look inside by way of a curated exhibit by Vito Schnabel of seven artists within the walls of this historic Landmarked building.
First Show / Last Show, opening inside elusive 190 Bowery brings together what New Yorkers love best: abandoned buildings, street art and art.
On the northwest corner of Bowery and Spring stands one of our favorite holdout buildings. Seemingly resistant to the tide
NYC Street Artist Hot Tea releases a video showing the installing of his piece criticizing the ever changing environment of NYC "UUGGHH" outside 190 Bowery.