May 27, 2014

ART: Street Art and Graffiti Museum in New Jersey

This week, Jersey City’s Mana Contemporary made the surprise announcement that they will be creating a street art and graffiti museum in a 100,000-square-foot former ice factory near the Holland Tunnel entrance. Founded by Eugene Lemay, founder and director of Mana Contemporary, the museum — touted as the first permanent museum of its kind — has enlisted street artists Logan Hicks and Joe Iurato to curate the programming. Construction is slated to begin next month and they hope to open the doors of the renovated factory space by September. I had a few questions for Lemay about this big mysterious news and what we should expect. For full Interview go to:

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