Franco Gaskin's murals painted on security gates on 125th Street are being stored at East River Plaza
Cyrus Greenspon said his step-sister made a shady deal on the Ad Reinhardt painting.
Artist RAE uses everyday items for his urban robots and character installations on NYC streets.
Luis Florentino, 25, stole $20,000 worth of art and sold it back to Calvin Skaggs for $200, police said.
House of Art Gallery will feature a monthlong installation of Frank Morrison's graffiti work.
The shorts feature Edie Sedgwick, Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac and are set to original music.
"When Women Pursue Justice," a mural featuring female leaders, is set for demolition in coming months.
Molly Woodward has thousands of images from across the city on her website "Vernacular Typography."
The vending machine will sit beneath the High Line as part of the AiOP Festival starting Oct. 9.
Here are some fun things to do in Harlem this weekend.
"All the Benefits, All the Rewards" features artwork that uses recycled security envelopes.
The $25,000 Mark Landis painting is being sold to promote the documentary "Art and Craft."
"Drawings Along Myrtle" will feature works by more than 20 Pratt students, alumni and local artists.
Peruse art studios downtown, including on Governors Island, through the weekend-long event.
Everyday objects and personal items help share history and memories at the Museum of Chinese in America.
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