Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Now through March 1: Graffiti Art Installation featuring work by Tats Cru

Show runs February 5 – March 1

In the mid ’80s three teenagers began their artistic careers by creating subway graffiti. What began as an adolescent hobby and recognition tactic has evolved into a powerful, expressively iconic style that has brought TATS CRU to the forefront of the advertising mural industry. For over two decades TATS CRU has spearheaded the battle to change people’s perception of graffiti as an art through their respected work. In addition to the recognition they receive throughout the world as leaders in mural advertising and art, proof of TATS CRU’s success and the acceptance of graffiti as an art form can be found in their murals that adorn the walls of hospitals, museums, schools, businesses, and New York City institutions.

Admission to the exhibit is free and open to the public. DNA’s Main Entrance Gallery hours are 9am – 10pm Monday – Sunday.

Info: Dance New Amsterdam


  1. Deff.Checking It Out!!!!

  2. Ooh I haven't seen it yet. Let me know when you go