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Post image for A Mural Honors the Ruins of an American Indian Boarding School

CONCHO, Okla. — Overgrown grass creeps up around the decayed remains of the Concho Indian Boarding School, its faded yellow walls pocked with gaping doorways and boarded windows.

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Post image for 5Pointz Owner Reneges on Promise to Use Union Labor, Sparking Protest

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Long Island City yesterday to protest the almost complete absence of unionized workers at the 5Pointz redevelopment site — despite a promise by the project’s developer that he would only employ union workers for the job.

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Post image for Street Artists Erect Nude Sculpture of Donald Trump in New York’s Union Square [UPDATED]

Today, Donald Trump stood nude in the center of Union Square.

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Post image for Street Art Is a Period. Period. Or the Emergence of Intermural Art

Let’s start off with a clear contention. Street Art, as I see it, is a period.

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Post image for Mural in Abandoned Philly Building Becomes Wall Art for Future Condo

Real estate developers whitewashing or tearing down walls covered in graffiti is a familiar narrative, but it appears we may have reached such an advanced stage in the cooptation of street art that those days will soon be at an end.

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Post image for Banksy Paints Mural on Bristol Elementary School

Banksy’s newest work is neither a snide jab at politicians nor a big “fuck you” to the police — instead, it’s a gesture of gratitude to children at a school in Bristol.

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Post image for Turn Any Area into a “No Trump” Zone with Printable Street Signs

Last weekend, various streets across the United State became designated Donald Trump-free zones.

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Post image for The Most Beautiful Subway Station in the World: NYC Pays Tribute to Prince

Travelers through the Prince Street subway station in Manhattan yesterday may have looked twice at its signage that was temporarily transformed into a memorial for the late Prince.

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Post image for Bringing Murals to the Streets of One of LA’s Poorest Neighborhoods

LOS ANGELES — At the intersection of 48th Street and Wall Street in South Central Los Angeles, a homeless man pushes a cart filled with blankets and clothes.

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Post image for After the Fall of 5Pointz, a New Project Covers a Queens Building in Murals

On a three-block stretch of 21st Street in Long Island City, New York City’s economic and artistic evolution plays out in miniature.

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