Subway Map Graffiti Exhibit Coming to Sacred Gallery

Posted on: August 8th, 2012 at 10:28 am by
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Artwork by a host of notable street artists will soon be corralled under one roof. Beginning August 10, the three-year-old Sacred Gallery at 424 Broadway will showcase “Who’z Got Game,” a graffiti subway map exhibition curated by KIDLEW and featuring Angel “LAII” Ortiz.

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During the RSVP-only event, the participating artists will also collaborate on a 4’x5′ subway platform map for auction.

Full lineup includes:

BAMA
LAVA 1 2
TON
JAMES TOP
BOM5
COPE2
INDIE
DIL
PYTHON
SIEN IDE
SEE TF
ZIMAD
SEXER
MERES
HALOZ
SINXERO
RAVE
RWK
ARMY OF ONE
JESUS SAVES
SHIRO

Email here to RSVP. Who’z Got Game runs through the end of August.

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