Graffiti-art-show reception in Bushwick on Friday night

The TD4 crew—founded by the curator of 5Pointz, Meres One—hosts an opening-reception do-over for its street-art show in Bushwick.

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  • TD4's graffiti art show The 4MULA at Low Brow Artiques

    "Bright Idea" signed and numbered light bulb figurines by Meres One, each $60

  • TD4's graffiti art show The 4MULA at Low Brow Artiques

    Limited edition poster, $20

  • Photograph: Richard Alicea

    TD4's graffiti art show The 4MULA at Low Brow Artiques

    The TD4 Collective at Low Brow Artiques

TD4's graffiti art show The 4MULA at Low Brow Artiques

"Bright Idea" signed and numbered light bulb figurines by Meres One, each $60

We recommended Long Island City warehouse 5Pointz as one of our top New York attractions, but even with a mild winter, it's been a bit too cold for us to visit lately (we'll wait for the summer when 5Pointz will be hosting another season of excellent programming; stay tuned for details on that). Granted, we could go street-art spotting on the subway, but we're still feeling the pinch after the holidays (and drinking to survive the winter), so we recommend saving the $2.50 fare and biking into Bushwick tonight to get your street-art fix.


The TD4 collective of graffiti artists—comprising of Meres One, Bisco Smith, Bishop203, Just One, Leias, Zeso and Zimad—are displaying their work at the 4MULA show at Low Brow Artique (143 Central Ave between Starr St and Willoughby Ave; 718-366-8181; through Mar 8). The opening was originally scheduled for the Friday that Winter Storm Nemo hit, and although 200-odd hardy souls turned up, they're throwing a do-over because…why not?


Go along tonight to meet the artists between 6 and 10pm, groove to music and glug gratis PBR (or Poor Boy Remedy, as the release puts it—it made us chuckle enough to try to pass it off as our own witticism from now on). Works are on sale if you've got some dollars burning a hole in your pocket. Check out the slide show above to preview a couple of items.



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