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Pantheon HeaderIn April of 2011, thirty three graffiti writers and street artists transformed the windows of the former Donnell Library, just paces away from the MoMA, into a virtual time capsule of art on the streets in New York City.  Co-curated by Daniel Feral and Joyce Manalo, the aptly named “Pantheon” presented an art historical timeline that is a part of New York City’s unique legacy.  The exhibition includes pioneers of their art forms dating back to the 70’s and moves through to the artists of the new millennium, who’s work can be found on the streets today:  Abe Lincoln Jr., John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres, Adam VOID, Cake, Cassius Fouler, Darkclouds, Droid, El Celso, Faro, John Fekner and Don Leicht, Freedom, Ellis Gallagher, Gen2, Goya, Groser, Richard Hambleton, infinity, KET, LSD-Om, Matt Siren, NohJColey, OverUnder, Oze 108, Quel Beast, Royce Bannon, Sadue, Jordan Seiler, Stikman, Toofly, UFO, Vudu

For those who missed the exhibition, a 350 page catalog, filled with imagery form the exhibition as well as essays, interviews with the artists and photographic documentation from the streets of New York’s five boroughs and beyond, will soon be available at www.pantheonnyc.com.

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