He was born Giuseppe (Joseph) Palattella, but he would become “DON 1, M.A.F.IA.” The Italian-American teen from Queens helped put the borough and the Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit (BMT) subway lines on the 1970s graffiti map. Decades later, a new book hopes to rediscover that legacy.
Arts & Music
Artists of the Brooklyn Streetcar Artists’ Group (BSAG) got a special treat after exhibiting their work in Queens.
Jack Giambanco is sharing the light of friendship. It all started in the summer of 2012 when Giambanco had a dream involving people from all walks of life and all nationalities holding different colored, glowing lights in their hands.
Long Island City’s Holocenter is bringing visitors a new view of the world with a brand new exhibit.
One landmark Long Island City building is calling all artists to come and create.
Long Island City will become the new home of a 50-foot-long, 18-foot high sculpture this spring.
When Long Island City resident Cristian Torres is on the job as a plumber, he sees more than just pipes and pressure gauges.
Just in time for the 50th celebration of The Beatles’ visit to New York, one Jackson Heights filmmaker takes a local look at the Fab Four’s American debut.
Summer might still be far away, but things are starting to heat up as a winner has been chosen to create the scenery for this year’s Warm Up series at MoMA PS1.
Jamaica native Dion Clark said his fine arts show will give people “cultural nurturing.”