Interview continues to be a primary curator of cool for the Downtown N.Y. scene. So it’s great to see it giving Leo’s new project some shine. As mentioned previously, we’re predicting that Public Access will be a cornerstone of the community post pandemic.
“I’ve always wanted to create a space where it’s just open for everybody,” says Fitzpatrick. “I don’t even really call it an art gallery, I call it a community center. There’s a freedom to being on St. Marks, to experiment and be weird, and you want to give back some of that energy that it gave you when you were growing up and hanging out on the block.”