Jenny from the block is back on solid ground… sort of.
Coinciding with the release of his pretty good Netflix documentary Halftimethree artists have been chosen to create unique murals that highlight different aspects of Jennifer Lopez’s multifaceted career while also calling out her devotion to social responsibility (a character trait the documentary explores by chronicling J. Lo’s journey to her halftime performance of the Super Bowl with fellow Latin artist Shakira).
In total, you will find three murals scattered throughout the city. Lopez herself visited one of Nicole Holderbaum’s at 100 Ludlow Street while she was in New York to celebrate the premiere of Halftime at the Tribeca Film Festival last week.
Another mural, this one of King Jaffet, is at 214 East 36th Street, and the third is in the Bronx, where J. Lo is from. You’ll find that one, by artist Bikismo, at 135 Lincoln Avenue.
J. Lo even posted a photo of herself next to the piece on Instagram: