Thursday, April 24, 2014

Transit Authority Unfairly Targets Renowned Artist

Hyperallergic questions whether or not New York City’s MTA is unfairly targeting street artist, Enrico Miguel Thomas.

There is a legitimate policing function to the MTAPD, but repeatedly harassing a quiet, unobtrusive artist who has dedicated his work to contemplative drawings inspired by New York infrastructure seems a bit excessive. The world’s subway systems are defined by the community of buskers and assorted artists who variously pander to, document, and gently disrupt the commuter tedium.


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