A corner building in New York City, 11 Spring Street, served for many years as a testament to the power of urban art and people coming together. Before its renovation last year, its developers asked the Wooster Collective to curate a three-day show featuring works on the building's exterior and interior walls. "People coming to the show say they felt something that inspires them," explains the Collective's Sara Miller. "And that's what it's all about."


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