Art show highlights legendary NYC rap group
A show for up-and-coming artists in Bushwick honored the legendary Wu-Tang Clan.
The event comes just after the 25th anniversary of their first album "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)."
20 artists brought work ranging from hand-painted jackets and wooden sculptures to jewelry and chess pieces.
The event was started by Linda Cheung and David Harper one year ago, hoping to give people a voice and platform.
The organization Art and Hustle says the event had an open-door policy for creatives.
Organizers say other events for artists are coming up, including themes of black history and influential Brooklyn musicians.