In 2013 I ventured into Brooklyn and Queens to do street photography. The first photograph of the abandoned trolley car was shown at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition show in … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Graffiti
The Lower East Side of Manhattan is usually a lively neighborhood of young people, bars, restaurants, street art, and shopping. Not in 2020 in the midst of a pandemic, not even on the last Sunday before Christmas. Rivington Street was … Continue reading
Personal favorites from the past decade as we prepare to ring in 2020.
Don Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuniga, reimagined on a Brooklyn door, tagged with graffiti.
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Last night, under cover of darkness, the owner of the warehouse that served as New York City’s unofficial museum of graffiti for years brought in a team of painters who covered all of the art with whitewash. The artists awoke … Continue reading
The museum of aerosol art called 5 Pointz in Long Island City, Queens is officially doomed to be demolished in the name of redevelopment. Luxury apartment towers will go up in its place. With this in mind I revisited my … Continue reading