The Most Incredible Underground Art Exhibit You'll Never See
In 2010, a group of 103 artists staged an exhibition in one of the most obscure locations imaginable: underground New York City. They invited no one to the opening. To this day, the artists, one New York Times reporter, and a few MTA employees who have already boarded up their work, know where this vast underground gallery now know as the Underbelly Project, lives. 18 months in the making, from early 2009 to mid 2010, some of the worlds' most prominent graffiti writers like Swoon, Faile, Ron English, Revok and Lister were invited by curators (and street artists) Workhorse and PAC to make a section of New York's subway tunnels beautiful in their own way.