Curated by COPE2, “Subway Art Legends,” a dynamic combine of artworks developed by these icons who “rocked the trains” during the subway period of the early 80’s, proceeds through Tuesday at A single Artwork House in Tribeca. The tantalizing impression highlighted above, China Pink N.Y.C, was fashioned by the legendary Delta2 with acrylic, spray paint and paint markers. Several more infectiously rhythmic is effective on exhibit comply with:
Bronx native TKid 170, “Old School,” Circa 1989, Redo of a common
Brooklyn indigenous Dome, “NYC Subway Panel,” Enamel on metal
Bronx indigenous Bom5, “Graffiti,” 36 x 24 in.
Manhattan-native Element TDS, “Delta Blue,” Multimedia canvas, 12 x 16 in.
Bronx indigenous and “Subway Art Legends” curator Cope2, “Salsa,” 36 x 36 in.
London-native Wane A person, “KNOWS,” 24 x 48 in.
Located at 23 Warren Road in Tribeca, Just one Art Place is open up daily 1-6pm.
Photos of artworks, Lois Stavsky