Woodward Gallery Presents: Lady Pink Evolution

November 6th, 2011 | By | 1 Comment »

Back in the day, Lady Pink was the most prominent female among the graffiti artists who painted trains.  While she still maintains a presence on the streets — we saw her murals last week, in fact, in the Bronx and in Queens – her works are currently seen in a range of venues including galleries and museums. Her current exhibit Lady Pink: Evolution  — a testament to her evolution as an artist continues through December 30th at Woodward Gallery at 133 Eldridge Street on New York City’s Lower East Side.   Here’s a sampling of images that Tara captured at this evening’s opening:

Sandra Fabara aka Lady Pink on the left

Photos by Tara Murray


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  • Daniel

    whats up with all the stuff from gears of war?