On Sunday, The New York Times published a story about the Underbelly Project, an underground collection of work by 103 artists in an abandoned subway station under NY. Through the past summer, the show curators, who go by Workhouse and PAC, took artists down into the tunnels and gave each of them a four-hour window to put up a piece. The location has not been released (some say it's in Williamsburg near S. 4th St. or under the Shell station at Utica Ave.), and the show curators have stated only that it is dangerous and illegal to get there. Duh. Hit the jump to see photos from this underground gallery, a collection that includes pieces by Faile, Swoon, Ron English, ROA, and others, and keep an eye on the site theunderbellyproject.com, which will probably go live soon.