Curated by Robert Aloia, along with VNA Magazine, Beau, Todd Masters, NY St. Gallery and Suzuki Capital LLC, 21st Precinct opens this evening at the former space of the 21st Precinct at 327 East 22nd Street. Reminiscent of this past winter’s Surplus Candy – although on a much larger scale – dozens of artists have transformed five stories into an expressive, inventive canvas charged with unfettered energy. What follows is a small sampling of close-ups from larger installations:

Esteban Del Valle

:Estevan Del Valle

Sheryo and the Yok

"sheryo and the yok"

N. Carlos Jay

"N Carlos Jay"



Chris Soria

"Chris Soria"



Ghost, GIZ and Duel with a message

"Ghost, Giz and Duel"



Lorenzo Masnah, APC


Presented by Outlaw Arts, Savior Elmundo and Pesu, the exhibit opens this evening at 6pm. It will be open again tomorrow from 1-6pm and next Saturday and Sunday 1-6pm.

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Photo of Nepo by Lois Stavsky; all others by Sara C. Mozeson

Note: Keep posted to the StreetArtNYC Facebook page for more images from this landmark exhibit.

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This is the fourth in an occasional series of artwork on NYC shutters by both local artists and those visiting from abroad:

England’s Ben Eine and Sweet Toof — as seen in the snow this past Sunday in Bushwick, Brooklyn

"Ben Eine & Sweet Toof"

Sweet Toof of the London-based Burning Candy Crew at Welling Court in Astoria, Queens

"Sweet Toof"

Muck123 and UFO on Manhattan’s Lower East Side

"Muck123 and UFO"

Darkclouds, Deeker & Flying Fortress at Welling Court in Astoria, Queens

Darkclouds, Deeker and Flying Fortress

How and Nosm on East 14th Street in Manhattan

How and Nosm

How and Nosm at Hunts Point in the Bronx 


Carlos Pinto does Bob Marley in Flatbush, Brooklyn

Carlos Pinto

Beau on Manhattan’s Lower East Side


And — Pixote bringing stylish Brazilian writing to the streets of NYC


 Photos by Lenny Collado, Dani Mozeson, Tara Murray and Lois Stavsky