TATS CRU, KET and Bisco Smith Begin SoHo-Based gallery nine5’s Transformation in GROUP INK

July 1, 2014

BG183

The transformation of SoHo-based gallery nine5’s walls from “a private space into a public sphere” has begun with expressive murals — from the playful to the political —  by TATS CRU, Ket and Bisco Smith.  Here’s a sampling of what’s been happening:

TATS CRU‘s BG183 at work to the right of Bio and Nicer

BG183

BG183

"Tats Cru"

Ket installs dozens of newspaper articles illustrating human sufferings, largely the result of wars

Ket

And paints over them 

Ket

With quote from historian and social activist Howard Zinn

Ket

And Bisco Smith — in from the West Coast — graces the wall with his distinct aesthetic 

"Bisco Smith"

"Bisco Smith"

The public is invited to observe, explore and join the conversation as Vor138, Shiro and Rubin415 contribute to the further transitory makeover of gallery nine5. Keep posted to StreetArtNYC for updates and, if you are in town, be sure to check out the opening reception on July 17, 6-8pm. gallery nine5 is located at 24 Spring Street in SoHo.

Action photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson; others by Lois Stavsky


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