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Upper East Side »

Heir of Prominent Art Dealer Who Had Works Looted by Nazis to Open Gallery

Marianne Rosenberg is the granddaughter of Paul Rosenberg, whose collection was confiscated by Nazis.

Cobble Hill »

Australian Skin Care Brand Opens Temporary Shop in Cobble Hill

Aesop recently launched its shop at Invisible Dog Art Center, at 51 Bergen St.

Carroll Gardens »

New Jewelry Boutique and Gallery Hosts First Art Exhibition on Smith Street

Roux-Roux, located at 243 Smith St., will host their first art exhibition this month.

Ocean Breeze »

Staten Islander Turns Ocean Breeze Home Into Steampunk Art Gallery

Chris Spollen has put two huge robots in his front yard and plans to open his home as a gallery.

Crown Heights »

Crown Heights Gallery Seeks Emerging Artists to Put on Shows

FiveMyles gallery is accepting applications for its fifth-annual program for emerging local artists.

Midtown »

Famed Gallery of African Art to Reopen After Near Eviction and Legal Battle

The Merton D. Simpson Gallery will host a new exhibition Wednesday after facing financial trouble.

Bushwick »

Artist Boom Divides Bushwick Into 'Us Versus Them,' Some Residents Say

Artists need to spread throughout Bushwick to avoid causing conflicts, the community board chair said.

Gowanus »

Gallery Moves to Brooklyn Because Gowanus 'Is Like LES Was 20 Years Ago'

Showroom 170 is being reborn on Union Street as Show Room Gowanus, next door to the Green Building.

Long Island City »

Longtime Chef Brings Farm-Fresh Food, Art Space to Dutch Kills

Brothers Shaun and Daniel Dougherty opened Crescent Grill at 38-40 Crescent St. in Long Island City.

Crown Heights »

Crown Heights' 'Mister Rogers' Shows Many Faces of a Changing Neighborhood

Photographer Ruvi Leider's "Close to Home" inaugurates the new genre-defying arts space on Rogers Ave. 

West Village »

Mini Masterpiece Replicas on Display in Tiny Village Gallery

Artist Matt Chalker used 3D printers to create replicas with every inch representing one foot.

Crown Heights »

From Barbershop to Alien Rave, Anything Goes at Crown Heights Arts Space

Franklin Avenue's ever-eclectic LaunchPad pushes locals to out-nerd each other at its unique events

Greenwich Village »

Former Village Bodega to Become French Art Gallery

Green Village's previous space on Bleecker Street will become Carré d'Artistes, a French gallery chain.

Crown Heights »

Youth Organizers Fight Guns With Paint in Anti-Violence Art Contest

Save Our Streets Crown Heights draws on youth for its Third Annual Arts Against Violence competition.

Lenox Hill »

Thousands of Rare Posters Stolen by Nazis to Be Auctioned

The auction will benefit the family of Hans Sachs, who collected the posters more than 75 years ago.

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