FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NEW YORK, NY – April 2, 2012 — Creator of the #KingsOfHipHop and Time Out Magazine’s Most Creative New Yorker, Borbay, is now showcasing four prints in the Major League Baseball Fan Cave. Located at the former home of the iconic Tower Records on 4th Street & Broadway in New York City’s Greenwich Village, the Fan Cave will host a concert series, celebrity appearances and, quite notably, 9 Cave Dwellers who will watch every game of the 2012 MLB season.
Borbay’s Major League works include: “Jay-Z The Portrait”, “Marilyn Monroe, Andy Would Understand”, “Hunter S. Depp” and “Mickey O’Pitt“; the latter two were recently on display alongside Salvador Dalí in the group exhibition Big Lobby Art, at Openhouse Gallery. While these prints are available for sale immediately, they will remain in the Fan Cave through the end of the 2012 Major League Baseball season.
MLB FAN CAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
Brad, Marilyn and Johnny in a gallery fit for three.
Jay-Z has his own wall already.
Jay-Z and artist Paul Zepeda.
WORKS ON DISPLAY
Mickey O’Pitt | 30”X30” | 2011 | Print: Available; Original: Available | Acrylic and Collage on Canvas | Process
Hunter S. Depp | 30”X30” | 2011 | Print: Available; Original: Available | Acrylic and Collage on Canvas | Process
Marilyn Monroe, Andy Would Understand | 25.5″X25.25″ | 2011 | Print: Available; Original:
Sold | Acrylic and Collage on a Stretched Screenprint | Process
Jay-Z The Portrait | 30”X30” | 2011 | Print: Available; Original: Available | Acrylic and Collage on Canvas | Process