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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hudson Yards 'Culture Shed' Could Lack Class, Strip Open Space, Board Fears

Members fear the broad definition could lead to the Shed becoming a satellite for the Javits Center.

Bed-Stuy »

Pratt Students Open New Art Gallery in Bedford-Stuyvesant

Jackie Cantwell and Molly Myer started the Bishop as both a gallery and their final thesis.

Clinton Hill »

Arthur Wood Granted Two More Weeks Before Eviction From Broken Angel House

The Brooklyn Housing Court postponed Arthur Wood's eviction date to March 31.

Upper East Side »

Central Park Art Installation Brings Together Bronze 'Enemies'

German-born artist Thomas Schütte's "United Enemies" will be on display until Aug. 25.

East Village »

LES BID Offers Artists a Canvas on High-Traffic Delancey Street

The Lower East Side Business Improvement District is asking artists to submit work for the project.

Battery Park City »

'Light Cycles' Art Display Will Continue to Shine Downtown Through April

The massive LED-powered light installation will run through April 18 at Brookfield Place's Winter Garden.

Park Slope »

Art Show Features Performer Chopping Wood

Brooklyn artist David D'Ostilio is sawing logs and chopping firewood at a South Slope gallery.

TriBeCa »

Beautiful Images Snapped With 'Krappy' Cameras Go On Display in TriBeCa

Soho Photo Gallery's Krappy Kamera exhibit showcases photos taken with low-grade cameras.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Armory Show in Hell's Kitchen Kicks Off With Mayor

Armory Arts Week runs until March 10 at venues around the city.

Cobble Hill »

Harlem Valley Images and Paintings for a Penny at Art Gallery Reopening

Recession Art will open its doors on Saturday, March 9 on Bergen Street.

Lower East Side »

Art Scene Asks How to Fit a Large Metal Pipe in a Tiny Gallery

Brooklyn artist Charles Harlan created a mystery of how a 10-foot cylinder fit into a tiny gallery.

Bed-Stuy »

Arts Group Teaches African Drumming and Dance in Bedford-Stuyvesant

Asase Yaa teaches African dance and drums alongside other forms of dance to kids in Bed-Stuy.

Inwood »

Inwood Principal Uses Art and Music to Inspire Students

Maureen Guido believes that music and art complement math and science at P.S. 278

Cobble Hill »

Boutique Hotel Highlights Brooklyn Artists With In-Room Murals

Nu Hotel is hosting an art show where five Brooklyn artists have painted murals in the hotel rooms.

Battery Park City »

Stunning Desert Photos From Around the World Go On Display Downtown

Photographer George Steinmetz's sweeping pictures of remote deserts are on display at Brookfield Place.

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