Join a guided tour of the new Museum of Street Art inside the citizenM Bowery Hotel with a MoSA curator and New York City based photographer!
On Monday, a federal judge ruled that a developer must pay $6.7 million to 21 artists whose work at the 5Pointz complex, was painted over without warning.
Rats and and pigeons may reign supreme in New York City, but cats — both resident and stray ones — have found their home amidst our urban sprawl.
A Brooklyn jury ruled that 5Pointz developer Jerry Wolkoff illegally destroyed 49 graffiti murals when he ordered the demolition of the Queens complex in 2014.
In recent years, Long Island City has evolved significantly. Factories, warehouses and small tenements have been replaced with residential apartment towers.
Former curator of 5Pointz Aerosol Art center, Meres One and street artists have a new exhibit inside Brooklyn Reclaimed, a furniture company in Bushwick.
New photograph of 5Pointz in Long Island City reveals just how little is left of what was once a street art haven in Queens NYC and what we can expect next.
A look at what little is left of street art haven 5Pointz in photographs, on the first anniversay of the whitewashing of the graffiti art in Long ISland City Queens
NYC Graffiti street art haven 5pointz held a memorial to mark the first anniversary of the whitewashing with Meres repainting the "rest in paint" gate.
In the near final phase of demolition, iconic 5Pointz logo by Meres One is brought down at the street art haven in Long Island City, Queens.