January 31, 2012 at 4:00 am

For 72 weeks, the creators of some of the world’s best-known street art gathered in an abandoned subway station in New York City to ply their trade in a gallery no one would ever see. The artists swore to take the location of the project to the grave. MetroFocus spoke to the curators, who identified themselves only as Workhorse and PAC, about their experience with the Underbelly Project.

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