Gallery: Cycle Two of the Centre-Fuge Public Art Project is Now on View...

Image © Amanda Silvana Coen for Inhabitat
The second gallery from the Centre-Fuge Public Art Project is now on view in the East Village! What was once a drab construction trailer on the corner of East 1st Street and 1st Avenue has been taken over by seven artists who busily painted, pasted, and sprayed their work onto the trailer this past weekend. The project attempts to re-beautify the neighborhood and encourage a sense of community amidst the intrusive construction caused by preparations for the Second Avenue Subway line. Centre-fuge is organized by active culture-pushers Pebbles Russell and Jonathan Neville and is dedicated to long-time community artist and neighbor Mike Hamm.

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  1. Jessica Dailey March 20, 2012 at 9:59 am

    Thanks @kennyrodz! We’ve corrected the post.

  2. kennyrodz March 20, 2012 at 9:43 am

    “Bordering Rodriguez’s work, Yuri Velez brings a calming touch to the trailer. Pictured above, Rodriguez directs Russell as she paints his design onto the trailer.”

    Thats actually Yuri Velez directing Russell