Gallery 4 starts at Convent Ave, and continues the theme of Wall-As-Art, except in this case, the pieces are far more contemporary in style, with designs blending brick, metal and paint.
A highlight of the Gallery is yet another community mural along the walls of Public School 153, Adam Clayton Powell Jr, depicting elementary school children occupied in sports and the arts. There is a budding soccer player here, as well as a would-be prima donna ballerina.
Further along the gallery, we find the second shopping cart in our Museum, this time chained to the metal shutters of a private apartment building. Again, the shopping cart symbolises something much more than itself – in this case, it perhaps suggests how so many of the residents of the area are trapped in an vicious cycle of disenfranchisement and emptiness.