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Avenue Of The Immigrants, New York by STIK

Avenue Of The Immigrants, New York by STIK




Edition Size: Number 10 from the edition of 10 Artist's Proofs

Sheet Size: 61 x 24 cm


Condition: Pristine

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In 2017, East London based street artist Stik visited New York in order to grace the streets with a 7-storey high mural.

The mural, which can be found on the corner of Allen St. and Delancey, New York, references how since 2004, Allen St was co-named as “Avenue of the Immigrants” as the area used to be a big immigrant enclave.

As part of Stik’s visit there, there was also an exhibition at Fat Free Art which included working drawings and art works related to the 7 floor mural.

The artist gifted the edition of 10 APs to the staff at the Fat Free Gallery in New York as a thankyou for hosting his first solo show in NY in 2017. Of the 10 prints, 8 were dedicated to specific staff members, 2 (including this one) were not.

This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity issued by the owner of the Fat Free Gallery.

This is a fantastic opportunity to own a highly sought after Stik work that most collectors have never seen come on to the market.


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