Artist Adam Todd Brings ‘F#*king Art’ to New Gallery Space at 51 Orchard Street
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The Orchard Street gallery district just colonized another store. One that had been part of the fading supply chain near Grand Street.
51 Orchard is now available as a white-box space for temporary tenancy after a month-long transformation to showroom. Perpetual pop-ups. It’s currently advertised via Storefront. Inaugural exhibitor is Australian street artist Adam Todd, whose two-week residency (“Now That’s F#*king Art”) is now in full swing. Here’s some background:
Australian street artist Adam Todd finds an escape through art. Bold character meets creativity with his unique style.
Influenced by modern day street artists like Banksy and Brainwash, Adam’s portfolio continues to grow in a city that never sleeps.
Adam paints what he feels, when he feels and stays true to his words – if New York City can’t inspire you, nowhere can.
As each storefront is converted to a gallery on Orchard Street, it seemingly stays that way. So, despite the recent departures, history tells us that more of the same will follow in those spaces.