Art By el Seed, All Photos By Gail
Geoffrey and I were in the thick of an exhausting Art Crawl last Saturday, trying to catch up on dozens of exhibits whose opening receptions we weren’t able to hit on September 12th — the official kick off to the NY Art Scene’s Fall/Winter Season — when we were drawn into the Leila Heller Gallery by the colorful graphic mural by Tunisian artist el Seed wrapping the gallery’s windows from 25th Street around the corner and down 11th Avenue.
La2′s Homage to Keith Haring Graffiti Room
I really enjoyed this exhibit, which has close to a hundred pieces by dozens of contributing artists. Read the press release for more information at This Link. I’m just going to post photos I took of a few of my favorite pieces without much further commentary, if any.
Fame by Nir Hod
This Is Not Green by Leila Pazooki
Untitled work by Hossein Zenderoudi
Appear! by Rob Wynne
Group Wall Shot with Pierre Soulages and Lee Krasner, Top Row from Right
Bowery and Broadway Subway Signs By Keith Haring
Keith Haring Self Portrait
Calligraffiti will be on Exhibit through October 5th, 2013, at Leila Heller Gallery, Located at 568 West 25th Street (at 11th Avenue) New York, NY 10001.
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