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Nicolina Finishes Third of 13 Massive Portals

Local artist Nicolina Johnson, better known as just Nicolina, revealed the latest in her series of epic “portals” today, and moved quickly to fix one that had been vandalized.


Nicolina Brightens Up Valparaiso, Chile

The East Village artist recently collaborated with three Chilean artists and a group of children on a mural for the historic town.


Video: Nicolina Leaves a ‘Fiery Heart’ for the East Village

Watch the East Village artist install a painting on her block before she heads for warmer weather.


Thank You, East Village

A mosaic of 160 people who make the East Village what it is.


The Day | ‘Persons of Interest’ in Raphael Ward Shooting

The Local’s daily roundup of East Village news from around the Web.


Thirteen Portals to Art

Dana VarinskyArtists Nicolina Johnson and Perola Bonfanti at “Portal 0” Two abandoned doorways got a touch up this week, thanks to artists Nicolina Johnson and Perola Bonfanti. The artists told The Local that the new installations at Avenue C and Seventh Street, and Second Ave and Third Street, are the first of a series of […]


In The Bean’s Windows, NYU Students, Hipsters, Crusties, and Babushkas

Check out the latest from Nicolina, the East Village artist who does the holiday windows at The Bean, among others.


From Downtown, Another Wave of Support For Rockaway

East Villagers continue to band together to help bring relief to the storm-battered Rockaways, where thousands are still without power or heat.


Photos: Tea Partiers Have Gay Old Time

The Mad Hatter Tea Party brought psychedelic costumes, stilt walkers, and free cookies to Tompkins Square Park.


Bean’s Coffee Mural Leaves Bad Taste in Landlord’s Mouth?

A local artist, along with the Mosaic Man, is creating a mural for The Bean’s forthcoming location on First Avenue. But there’s a slight chance the steam-themed mural will evaporate.


Street Scenes | The Bean Gets Wall Art

An employee at the Second Avenue store says the First Avenue outpost should open in a month or two.


Public Art With A Caffeinated Twist

An interview with local artist Nicolina Marie.