The True Definition of an Underground Exhibit

October 31, 2010 § Leave a comment

The True Definition of an Underground Exhibit

Perhaps one of the coolest exhibits I have heard of and yet, I am unable to see it due to the risk of being arrested and, of course, the inability to actually find it. The NY Times highlighted what is deemed the “Underbelly Project,” an exhibition, if you will, with over 100 artists in a space larger than a football field. The space was opened for one night, and I have yet to understand who, if anyone, was actually invited besides the artists themselves and this reporter. What exactly is this great gallery space? It is an abandoned subway station in an undisclosed location. Literally an underground gallery.

I’m not going to lie. I am intrigued, fascinated, inspired and utterly jealous of this reporter. Who wants to go urban exploring?

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