A prominent figure in the early days of street art in and on the subways, Nicole Klagsbrun has currated a solo show for Lee Quinones, a member of the Fab 5, presenting forty-years of work from the subways to the canvas and beyond.
No, you didn't read that wrong. AINT WET is a guerrilla marketing campaign pasting parody signage in the NYC subway and streets.
The day has come for 5 Pointz. Animal New York reports that as of this morning demolition has begun today for the former graffiti mecca of NYC
A Bronx high school partners with local artists in the Boone Room project to celebrate the Boone Avenue graffiti murals slated for demolition.
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.
Beneath the Streets: The Hidden Relics of New York's Subway System gives readers a rare glimpse of graffiti seen only by their daring creators and transit workers.
Enjoy reggae music on Coney Island, cold beers and bites at Brooklyn Brewery, live art performances at the Harlem Arts Festival, an NYC Pride parade party, and much more!
The Bushwick Collective is kicking off the summer with its 1st annual gallery show and 3rd annual block party.
Built under Riverside Park in the 1930s as a railroad for Amtrak, the Freedom Tunnel was named after its most prolific and talented artist, Chris ‘Freedom’ Pape.
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.