The Bronx’s Graffiti Legends TATS CRU By Tiffanee E. Thompson

In the 70s and 80s when graffiti writing, tagging and bombin’ started to shape the backdrop of New York City–as seen on train cars, bodegas and apartment buildings–emerging graffiti artists like the TATS CRU were not seen as “artists,” but as “vandals.”… Read More The Bronx’s Graffiti Legends TATS CRU By Tiffanee E. Thompson

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Bronx Studio Visit: Melissa Calderon

A quiet demeanor hasn’t stopped Melissa’s artistic career from taking an upward trajectory, and earlier this year she was awarded a competitive commission from New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art program.… Read More Bronx Studio Visit: Melissa Calderon