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Presented by New Design High School and Mass Appeal, Rooftop Legends continues to transform the rooftop of the former Seward Park High School into a first-rate open-air gallery. The mural featured above was painted by the legendary Claw Money. The following photos were captured at last Sunday’s celebration of urban art culture and community curated by New Design High School Dean Jesse Pais:

Greg Lamarche aka SP.ONE 

Queen Andrea at work

Cern

 Bluster One 

Pure TFP at work

Cekis at work

Photo credits: 1-4 Tara Murray; 5-7 Lenny Collado

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A diverse range of work from dozens of artists is currently on view at Heath, a gem of a gallery housed in a landmark townhouse at 24 West 120th Street in Harlem. Among the artworks — all 6 inches by 6 inches — are many by artists who also share their works in public spaces. Here is a sampling:

Harlem-based artist and curator Royce Bannon — whose iconic monsters can be found just about everywhere in NYC

Royce Bannon aka Choice Royce

NYC-based TMNK who maintains an active presence both on NYC streets and galleries world-wide

TMNK aka Nobody

Lower East Side-based graphic designer and painter BlusterOne 

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One of Jenevieve’s intriguing urban landscapes

Jenevieve Reid

And another cityscape — this one by the prolific Joseph Meloy 

Joseph Meloy

Curated by Mike McManus, the exhibit continues through May 10.

Photos by Lois Stavsky

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