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Standing Tall with Curt Hoppe’s ‘Downtown Portraits’

Last modified May 8, 2019 at 8:42 pm

They’re larger than life. Literally and figuratively. “They” are the subjects of “Downtown Portraits,” a series of photographs and large-scale paintings by Curt Hoppe, which recently opened at both Howl! Happening and Bernarducci galleries. This nine-year project depicts artists, writers, musicians, activists and art entrepreneurs who Hoppe befriended when he first came to downtown New […]

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Heading to Queens for “Respectfully Yours,” the Lady Pink Mural Exhibit

Posted July 13, 2015 at 10:23 am

We ventured out of our usual territory the other day, heading to Queens to check out an exhibit by Lady Pink, aka “The First Lady of Graffiti.” While on the 7 train, we were filled with memories of elaborately tagged subway cars and the New York City of the 70s and 80s. Currently on view […]

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