Welling Court Mural Project in Queens

Welling Court Mural Project by Ron English

There is an artist in Cincinnati named Ron English, but there’s another Ron English, also an artist, who lives and works in NYC. That Ron English created this anti-advertising series as part of the Welling Court Mural Project in Queens, in conjunction with Ad Hoc Art.

Welling Court Mural Project by Ron English

Welling Court Mural Project by Ron English

Welling Court Mural Project by Ron English

The Welling Court Mural Project showcases the diverse and rich history of artists driven by their passion for expression and dreams for a better world. The project begins at the intersection of Welling Court, 30th Avenue and 12th Street and extends north along 30th Avenue and then east along Main Avenue, across the street from the Two Coves Community Garden. Other participating artists include Lady Pink and Swoon.

More info on Ron English is here. Via The Rathaus.

2 thoughts on “Welling Court Mural Project in Queens

  1. This is a clever and potent project. The fact that it’s a series of seemingly disjointed advertisements makes it especially effective. I’m curious, though, whether or to what extent, the community signed off on this. I can imagine neighbors taking issue with some of the messages, particularly the pope/pedophile ad. Then again, they’re all starting points for debate.

  2. I wasn’t able to find any information about the process, or really a whole lot about Ad Hoc Art, the arts organization that’s somehow involved in this project.

    If it makes any difference, this post only shows a small part of the entire installation, just the one part that I thought was interesting to share here. So, the over all impact of all the artists’ installations may be different.

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