The Underbelly Project: A Hidden Art Exhibition Deep Under New York City

The Underbelly Project: A Hidden Art Exhibition Deep Under New York City
Design

A clandestine street art project was held somewhere in the dark underground of New York City.

Naresh Kumar
  • 2 november 2010

Somewhere in the dark underground of New York City, a very strange art exhibition took place recently-one which didn’t invite any patrons, didn’t entertain collectors and which closed on the same day it launched. The Underbelly Project was the brainchild of two street artists-Workhorse and PAC, who conceptualized this art exhibition two years back and involved more than 100 other artists from around the world in their project. The exhibition was held illegally in an abandoned subway station, where artists showcased their talent on the walls of this dark and damp place, taking utmost care to escape the eyes of the outer world.

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