Lady Pink, Under the Brooklyn Bridge, Silkscreen Print from Your House Is Mine, 1990

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Lady Pink, “Under the Brooklyn Bridge,” 1990, silkscreen print, 20 x 23 inches. Available signed or unsigned.

Sandra Fabara, a.k.a. Lady Pink, was one of the first graffiti artists to make the transition from spray-painting subway trains to selling works on canvas. Her work has entered the collections of the Whitney Museum, the Metropolitan Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Groningen Museum in Holland.


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The print formed the basis for Lady Pink’s mural at the Queens Museum in 1990.
Graffiti and Street Art Lady Pink (Sandra Fabara)


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