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This past March, over sixty street and graffiti artists came together to transform a historic 4000 square foot raw studio space – formerly 112 Workshop and the hip-hop mecca, Greene Street Recording Studio- for the collaborative show, “Work To Do”.

With the energy and creativity that has come to define the New York scene, these artists put their work on everything from brick walls to wood and glass. Art filled the ceiling, floor, doors and was hanging from the rafters.

Curated by Royce Bannon of the Endless Love Crew (ELC), “Work To Do” is the first show at John Robie and Steve Loeb’s alternative gallery and exhibition space “The Combine”.

Please click below to view the Photo Essay Documenting ‘Work to Do’