Tag Archives: Open Air Art

For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition

Create art. Hang it in a public space. Ask for permission later.

Northern Manhattan’s largest open-air art show, “For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition,” appears on a chain link fence by a Mitchell-Lama co-op building, close to the #1 train at Dyckman Street.

It features the work of nineteen artists from Northern Manhattan and the Bronx. The informal nature of the exhibit belies the influential artists behind the show…..

Source: Manhattan Times & NoMAA

For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition

Create art. Hang it in a public space. Ask for permission later.

Northern Manhattan’s largest open-air art show, “For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition,” appears on a chain link fence by a Mitchell-Lama co-op building, close to the #1 train at Dyckman Street.

It features the work of nineteen artists from Northern Manhattan and the Bronx. The informal nature of the exhibit belies the influential artists behind the show…..

Source: Manhattan Times & NoMAA

For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition

Create art. Hang it in a public space. Ask for permission later.

Northern Manhattan’s largest open-air art show, “For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition,” appears on a chain link fence by a Mitchell-Lama co-op building, close to the #1 train at Dyckman Street.

It features the work of nineteen artists from Northern Manhattan and the Bronx. The informal nature of the exhibit belies the influential artists behind the show…..

Source: Manhattan Times & NoMAA

For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition

Create art. Hang it in a public space. Ask for permission later.

Northern Manhattan’s largest open-air art show, “For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition,” appears on a chain link fence by a Mitchell-Lama co-op building, close to the #1 train at Dyckman Street.

It features the work of nineteen artists from Northern Manhattan and the Bronx. The informal nature of the exhibit belies the influential artists behind the show…..

Source: Manhattan Times & NoMAA

For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition

Create art. Hang it in a public space. Ask for permission later.

Northern Manhattan’s largest open-air art show, “For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition,” appears on a chain link fence by a Mitchell-Lama co-op building, close to the #1 train at Dyckman Street.

It features the work of nineteen artists from Northern Manhattan and the Bronx. The informal nature of the exhibit belies the influential artists behind the show…..

Source: Manhattan Times & NoMAA