New York street art: Another shot of the green-tape cubes, this time from across Broome Street, between Christie and Bowery streets, on the Lower East Side. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Another shot of the cubes formed by green tape on Broome Street. We love how the barred window is incorporated into the art work. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Another shot — from an opposite angle — of the cubes formed by green tape on a wall across the street from the White Box Gallery on Broome Street. We love how the barred window is incorporated into the art work. © Ivan Corsa Photo –Continue Reading

New York street art: Another shot of the cubes formed by green tape on a wall across the street from the White Box Gallery on Broome Street. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Cubes formed by green tape on a wall across the street from the White Box Gallery on Broome Street. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

In this series of images, the name of the recent exhibition “Sedition” at the White Box Gallery can be seen painted on the front of the art space as people stroll by. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

The White Box Gallery has new home on Broome Street and is a newcomer to the hyper-accelerating presence of “serious” art venues in the Lower East Side, New York City. For each of the White Box exhibitions, the title of the show is painted on the front of the gallery.Continue Reading

Shot of “C.L.U.E.” video-projection art by A.L. Steiner and “robbinschilds” as seen from inside the New Museum of Contemporary Art building, in New York City. The projection is viewed through a window along the interior staircase between the third and fourth floors. The projected video appears on the exterior wallContinue Reading

Second of two shots showing a large painted green line spanning the sides and tops of several buildings in Nolita as seen looking west towards SoHo from the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York City. The line is one installment of the “Line Up” by artist Lisa Sigal. ©Continue Reading

One of two shots showing a large painted green line spanning the sides and tops of several buildings in Nolita as seen looking west towards SoHo from the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York City. The line is one installment of the “Line Up” by artist Lisa Sigal. TheContinue Reading

New York street art: French street artist (Space) Invader uses tiles to create pixelated mosaic images of retro-1980s videogame characters, a la Space Invaders, in public spaces. This work in Nolita, New York City depicts an early model of a self-contained Apple Mac computer. © Ivan Corsa Photo – StreetContinue Reading

New York street art: Another shot of fresh artwork by French street artist (Space) Invader, who uses tiles to create pixelated mosaic images of retro-1980s videogame characters, a la Space Invaders, in public spaces. We featured a few other shots of this work previously. © Ivan Corsa Photo – StreetContinue Reading

New York street art: Another angle of the Haculla wheatpaste street art collection in SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Haculla, SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Fresh Haculla in SoHo. Note the “Zeppelin” and “Depeche” patches on the lapel. Neato. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Haculla “Wanted” in SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Haculla (“Oh Shit”) in SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Haculla has been pretty damn busy these days putting up a lot wheatpaste street art in downtown Manhattan. Most of the the work we’ve been seeing is in SoHo. It seems like nearly every week there’s fresh Haculla work going up. Is it only a matterContinue Reading

New York street art: From another angle, the image mash-up of Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek’s Spock) and Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe in Nolita. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images