Best Street Art In New York CityOn the streets of New York City there are many influential works of art created by some of the world’s best street artists. Read on for five artists to check out in the Big Apple.
Police: Legendary Graffiti Artist Adam Cost Caught In The ActGraffiti artist Adam Cole – better known as Adam Cost – has returned to his craft after a self-imposed hiatus to much fanfare in recent years.
More And More New York City Landlords Embracing Street ArtLandlords used to erase graffiti from the sides of their buildings, but some have now embraced it.
Aqueduct Racetrack Street Art Show Features Local, International ArtistsThe grandstand walls at Aqueduct Racetrack have been transformed into a street art exhibit which will last until the end of the year. Works by both local and international artists are featured at the show, which includes 11 pieces.
Six Women Street Artists You Should KnowDespite its strides into the mainstream, street art still tends to be mostly a man’s game. These six artists are some of the best around, working in diverse styles and media, portraying a range of experiences and messages, pushing the boundaries of urban art in New York City. And they just happen to be women.
6 Great Galleries that Specialize in Street ArtYou can see street art anytime you want just by roaming the roads and avenues of Williamsburg, Bushwick, and Chelsea, among other neighborhoods in New York. Or you can visit one of the galleries listed below, all of which are committed to showing work by up-and-coming or established artists who got their start on the street.
Six NYC Street Artists You Should KnowThe streets of New York City have always been a canvas. Today, many professionally trained artists see a porous boundary between the work they show in galleries and the work they do on the streets.
Street Art Walk In Chelsea: 7 Murals To SeeNot all the art in Chelsea is for sale. Here are seven murals that are worth seeking out as you make your way from gallery to gallery. Start at the High Line and work your way down through the neighborhood.
New Program Turns Construction Scaffolding Into ArtNew York City has about 1 million feet of construction scaffolding at any given time, and some of it is turning into art.
5 NYC Street Art Murals To See Right NowMurals by street artists do more than simply brighten up a brick wall—they incite hope and instill pride. Above all, New York City’s best murals make residents and visitors to a neighborhood feel good. Here are five to see right now.