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All posts tagged "graffiti"
“The Nasty Terrible T-Kid 170: Julius Cavero”: A new documentary chronicles the life and art of the Bronx graffiti legend
The 2016 documentary The Nasty Terrible T-Kid 170: Julius Cavero — now streaming on Night Flight Plus — was compiled from nearly thirty years worth of archival footage, including home movies, which tell the story of a...
- Posted November 18, 2016
“Graffiti Rock”: The 1984 variety/dance TV show that could have showcased the hip-hop culture beyond NYC
In 1984, Michael Holman, manager of the New York City Breakers dance troupe, had an idea for a hip-hop variety/dance TV show called “Graffiti Rock,” which he hoped would reveal to the rest of the world a...
- Posted March 18, 2016
Finally! Inside 190 Bowery – First Show, Last Show curated by Vito Schnabel
The historic graffitied stoop of 190 Bowery. Though its ultimate fates are still in flux, much like the transitioning neighborhood, for now the famed mystery mansion of 190 Bowery remains coated in the graffiti that helped make it...
- Posted June 10, 2015