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Bed-Stuy »

Art Exhibit Brings Graffiti 'Resurgence' to Bed-Stuy

House of Art Gallery will feature a monthlong installation of Frank Morrison's graffiti work. 

Murray Hill »

Longtime Gallery Owner Says Upstart With Similar Name is Stealing Customers

"Galleria on Third" owner Shadin Hossain has asked rival "Gallery on 3rd" to change its name.

Concourse »

DJ Kool Herc Kicks Off Fine Arts Exhibit in The Bronx

"Quintessential' hosts its opening reception at the Andrew Freedman Complex on Friday, Oct. 24.

Lower East Side »

DCKT Contemporary Art Gallery Closing Later This Month

The art gallery's founders announced its closing on Wednesday.

Chelsea »

AAA Driver Almost Runs Over Customer Mad About Long Wait, Police Say

The driver swore at a woman who was waiting for help, then nearly ran her down, police said.

Rockaway Beach »

Artists Open Gallery Space to Help Revitalize Empty Rockaway Storefront

Topless opened in a former eye doctor's office, which had been empty since the hurricane.

St. George »

Staten Island Arts Cuts Ribbon on New Gallery at Ferry Terminal

Staten Island Arts will open the space to the public on Saturday.

Fort Greene »

Artist Uses Fort Greene Park as Outdoor Gallery

Jeffrey Reid paints portraits of famous African-American leaders and artists.

Crown Heights »

Bakery With Bread CSA Replacing LaunchPad Art Incubator on Franklin Ave.

BK17 Bakery will sell "shares" of bread, having customers pay in advance to pick up loaves regularly.

Upper East Side »

Artist Brings Exhibit About Mother's Death to UES Church

The photographer and conceptual artist is known for her deeply personal projects.

Crown Heights »

Art by Children With Special Needs Sold to Benefit Crown Heights Nonprofit

Eighty-three works from members of the Friendship Circle will go on sale this weekend.

Upper East Side »

Artist Richard Prince's 'Canal Zone' Coming to UES After Copyright Battle

Gagosian Gallery's Madison Avenue outpost will host the exhibit beginning May 8.

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.

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