Fifteen years after his death in 1999, a selection from collector Martin Wong's graffiti art leaves the museum volts. The Museum of the City of New York displays 150 examples of the early graffiti by the most famous practitioners of an art that the City spent more than $300 million dollars to remove from the city properties and the MTA subway cars. The exhibition which opened last Tuesday brings back 30-year-old memories to some of the artists who were only teenagers when they sneaked over barbed wire to reach the parked subway cars in the Bronx.

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