A Manhattan Lower East Side Lot Transformed into an Outdoor Gallery

August 31st, 2011 | By | No Comments »

Down on Manhattan’s Lower East Side today for the first time this summer, we visited the lot at 145 Ludlow Street that had recently become the outdoor canvas for some of my favorite street artists.  Among those whose work is now on the walls are: Bishop 203, Creepy, Gaia, General Howe, Laura Meyers, Nanook, Over Under, QRST, Quel Beast and Yok. The project was sponsored by Crest Hardware and organized by Joe Franquinha of Crest Arts and Keith Schweitzer of M.A.N.Y. Here are some images:

Creepy, photo by Lois Stavsky

The Yok, photo by Lois Stavsky

Bishop 203, photo by Lois Stavsky

Quel Beast, photo by Tara Murray

Laura Meyers, photo by Lois Stavsky

QRST, photo by Lois Stavsky

Photos by Lois Stavsky and Tara Murray

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