From the Gallery to the Street?

I’ve heard of street artists transitioning to a gallery but the other way around?

I saw this art work by Jason Eisner at English Kills in Bushwick back in December 2007, but I saw the EXACT SAME work on the scaffolding of a construction site in Williamsburg on N5th between Bedford and the river (I can’t remember which block). Eisner’s work is great so I hope it’s only his latest experiment in the world of art.

Today in Williamsburg (here’s a wider angle):
A Jason Eisner on N5th Street

Last December in Bushwick:

2 responses to “From the Gallery to the Street?”

  1. […] to Street: Hrag Vartanian notices art from a Bushwick gallery on a scaffold in Williamsburg. I don’t know if this is a comment on the art’s quality or Williamsburg’s […]

  2. […] “Knucklehead Blues” exhibit to appear al fresco in the ‘burg. Last month, I spotted another Eisner from the same show on N5th closer to the […]

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