Last night Tyson Hall created graffiti images on 125th Street and Morningside Avenue. The artist calls this non-descript human figures — Triumphants. Colorful and playful, this mural was designed to add vitality and fun to the streets of Harlem. Hall couldn’t have picked a better night. The weather was great and local residents stopped by to talk with the artists and take pictures
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The West Harlem Art Fund (WHAF) is a twenty-five year old, public art and new media organization. Like explorers from the past, who searched for new lands and people, WHAF offers opportunities for artists and creative professionals throughout NYC and beyond wishing to showcase and share their talent. The West Harlem Art Fund presents art and culture in open and public spaces to add aesthetic interest; promote historical and cultural heritage; and support community involvement in local development. Our heritage symbol Afuntummireku-denkyemmtreku: is the double crocodile from West Africa Ghana which means unity in diversity.
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