The Graffiti Hall of Fame
November 6th, 2013
According to the NY Times:
This is the granddaddy of all old-school graffiti shrines, now in its 37th year. The hall is not a museum of vintage graffiti but an ever-changing canvas for new pieces whose lineage stretches back to subway art and stars of the first wave of graffiti, like Blade, Seen, Lee Quiñones, Dondi and Iz the Wiz.
It's located in a public school playground that's closed to the public on weekdays during the school year, so this was the best shot I could get. This is the largest mural (more info here
); you can see some shots of other current pieces here