Underbelly – the work in an exhibition that no one can see and no one can buy

Posted: December 26, 2010 in creativity
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“Known to its creators and participating artists as the Underbelly Project, the space, where all the show’s artworks remain, defies every norm of the gallery scene. Collectors can’t buy the art. The public can’t see it. And the only people with a chance of stumbling across it are the urban explorers who prowl the city’s hidden infrastructure or employees of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.”

The abandoned and unfinished station

Zigzag flag by Faile in the abandoned subway station

The dining table is an installation by Jeff Stark

Damon Ginandes, a New York artist, putting the finishing touches on his painting

All images New York Times – go there too to read the fascinating whole story. Via Streetkonekt.


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