Moving Murals and the Rise of Van Art

Graffiti sprayed onto subway cars was a staple of 1970s New York. Expanding the art form to cover the train cars was a way for artists to make their art active, to guarantee that it would be seen by other artists and by those who were riding the subway. It was a moving mural – tags ad illustrations could make it from one end of … Continue reading Moving Murals and the Rise of Van Art