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'Confounding' Clock With Rotating Face to Warp Time in Central Park

The clock's face will rotate backward as time moves forward.

Carnegie Hill »

Guggenheim Museum To Throw 24-hour Film Party This Week

Live music, a cash bar and breakfast will be included in the 24-hour fest, organizers said.

Times Square & Theater District »

Artists Invite You to Spin Their Massive Prayer Wheel in Times Square

FAILE installed a wooden prayer wheel on Monday in chorus with their expo at Brooklyn Museum. 

Chelsea »

Artist Plans to Lead Mass Funeral March Along the High Line

Michael Nicholas, 44, is planning a quiet, contemplative march from end to end of the High Line.

Bed-Stuy »

Portraits of Bed-Stuy Residents Plastered on Walls of Community Garden

The black and white portraits are pasted on the garden's walls as part of the Inside Out Project.

Williamsburg »

Gucci Mane-Themed Art Exhibit Comes to Williamsburg

The pop-up exhibit will "celebrate the artistry and influence of Gucci Mane."

West Brighton »

Artists Unveil New Murals at 'Coolin' on Castleton' Festival

Richmond Hood Company's third annual sidewalk festival will be on Aug. 8.

Chelsea »

Mike Kelley's Ode to Superman's Long-Lost Home Landing in Chelsea Gallery

Artist Mike Kelley's rendition of Superman's home goes on display at Hauser & Wirth beginning Sept. 10.

Upper East Side »

Craft Brew Shop's Gallery Series Looks to Lure Art and Beer Lovers Alike

City Swiggers is hosting a second Beer Art Event on August 14.

Lower East Side »

13 Things for You To Do in Manhattan Neighborhoods This Weekend

Several events are happening this weekend, including free movie screenings, festivals and a water fight.

Lower East Side »

Meet Pickle, the Dog Taking Over the New York City Art Scene

Most dogs are happy with a bone. Pickle the French bulldog prefers gallery hopping in the city.

Upper West Side »

New Exhibit Explores Posters Used as Activism Through the Decades

From the Black Panther party to the Kent State riots, activists relied on art to get their message out.

Bushwick »

5 Things to Do in Your Brooklyn Neighborhood This Weekend

Go to an acrobat party, eat at the Boar’s Head Plant or hear a band at Northside Festival.

Fort Greene »

Peek Inside Artist David Salle's Fort Greene House on Sale for $13M

The home, located at 81 Hanson Pl., is the artist's current live/work space.

Flatbush »

Brooklyn Artist Creates Mosaic Art Out of MetroCards

Juan Carlos Pinto first started the recycling art form in protest of the MTA fare hikes in 2002.