Brooklyn Street Art’s Pop Up Exhibit in NYC


If you were in New York City last night – maybe you attended the Pop-Up Exhibit in Chelsea of new prints curated by Brooklyn Street Art. Beats and refreshments were provided at the opening reception – with proceeds from the sale going to support the cultural and education programs of the Heliotrope Foundation in North Braddock, PA and Haiti.


Heliotrope Foundation has joined forces with Steve Harrington and Jaime Rojo of Brooklyn Street Art – to release a limited edition print series by six world-renowned street artists and original sketches by Swoon.


Sure to be collectors items, the works will be for sale at our pop-up gallery in Chelsea, starting at $50 apiece. Beats and refreshments will be provided at the opening reception.


The Exhibition runs from  April 6-9 and features prints from renown street artists:  Case Maclaim,  Faith XLVII, Icy & Sot,  Li-Hill, Miss Van, Tavar Zawacki.


Last night’s open was packed to subway-at-rush-hour capacity; with plenty of beats…


…and plenty of free art-opening booze.


Not to mention tons of great prints to be had at a very reasonable price.

The Heliotrope Foundation was founded by Caledonia Curry aka Swoon to support artists’ interventions in communities affected by natural disasters, and economic and social crisis.
Brooklyn Street Art tracks the new creative spirit that runs in the streets, the artist studios, and galleries of New York – and around the world. As trends develop in the street, this organization watches to see how the art affects popular culture and the rest of the art world.


Pop-Up Gallery Location: 88 ½ Seventh Avenue (between 15th & 16th St.) NYC

Hours:  April 7-9, 11am – 6pm


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