Howard Greenberg Gallery:
CIA agent-turned-photographer Hank O’Neal - praised by The New York Times for “knowing New York City’s streets and its celebrities” - delivers the most beautiful collection of street art images ever amassed by a single photographer. For the past four decades, O’Neal has been photographing street art from around the globe—from the back alleys of New York City to the beaches of Venice, California; from Jim Morrison’s grave in Paris to a section of the Berlin Wall. Featuring hundreds of gorgeously rendered, never-before published photos—from the art of Keith Haring and Richard Hambleton to that of Banksy and Shepard Fairey—XCIA’s photographs deliver the ultimate street art experience.

Howard Greenberg Gallery:

CIA agent-turned-photographer Hank O’Neal - praised by The New York Times for “knowing New York City’s streets and its celebrities” - delivers the most beautiful collection of street art images ever amassed by a single photographer. For the past four decades, O’Neal has been photographing street art from around the globe—from the back alleys of New York City to the beaches of Venice, California; from Jim Morrison’s grave in Paris to a section of the Berlin Wall. Featuring hundreds of gorgeously rendered, never-before published photos—from the art of Keith Haring and Richard Hambleton to that of Banksy and Shepard Fairey—XCIA’s photographs deliver the ultimate street art experience.