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
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.
This gallery contains 8 photos.
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
5 Pointz Aerosol Art Center is a factory building in Queens where graffiti is memorialized, curated, produced, and endangered. For those who remember when the New York subways were coated with graffiti, mostly ugly and defacing but occasionally marvelous, it’s … Continue reading