This is absolutely insane. The Underbelly Project is quite possibly the largest exhibit of street art EVER 'shown', and you can't even see it. It's hidden somewhere in NYC in an abandoned subway station, where street artists from all over the world are snuck down to put up/create their work. Only the contributors and curators --who are also artists-- get to see it, which certainly goes against all normalcy of the art (see and be seen) scene. What do you think about this?
*Above Image of Jeff Soto's piece via The Huffington Post