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Bushwick »

'Bushwick Then and Now' Collides 1980's and Today

Past and current photos, a walking tour, authors' readings and kids' spoken word are in the show.

Bushwick »

Biggest Yet Bushwick Open Studios Art Fest Adds Film, DJs and Park Show

About 800 spaces have been reserved for the festival, which runs May 31 — June 2.

Yorkville »

Street Artist Targets Upper East Siders 'Beat Up By the Corporate World'

James De La Vega wants to inspire young neighborhood professionals, he said.

Bed-Stuy »

Gallery Owners 'Curate for a Cause' in Bedford-Stuyvesant

Curating for a Cause is a program that helps raise awareness for nonprofit organizations by selling art.

Upper East Side »

New Met Exhibit Explores Civil War's Impact on American Art

The show, set to open on Monday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, features many loaned works.

East Williamsburg »

Artist Killed in Williamsburg Bike Crash Has First Posthumous Show

Friends of Mathieu Lefevre, who was 30 when a truck hit his bike in 2011, have organized the show.

Governors Island »

Governors Island Summer Season Kicks Off May 25

A host of festivals and events are scheduled for the May-to-September Governors Island season.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Non-Profit to Provide Affordable Art Space to Local Talents

Southeast Queens artists will get discounted workspaces at Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning.

East Village »

Formerly Homeless Man's Silhouette Sculpture to Cast Shadow in East Village

Artist Fanny Allié is creating a sculpture of Christopher Gamble, who lived on the streets for 28 years.

Upper East Side »

Met Costume Gala Brings Out the Punks and the Primadonnas

Stars got edgy at the Costume Institute Gala for the "PUNK: Chaos to Couture" exhibition.

Bed-Stuy »

New 'Fleet' Exhibit Celebrates Artist Collections in Bed-Stuy

"Fleet" showcases artists who have created a series or collection of work.

Flatiron »

Artist Merton Simpson's Flatiron Gallery Being Evicted, Son Says

The artist's son fears thousands of pieces of artwork may be tossed on the street.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

High Line Exhibit Gives Public Chance to See Park's Third Section

Carol Bove's Caterpillar will bring seven sculptures to the park's final section.

East Village »

Artist to Wrap East Village Building in Fabric

Amanda Browder is planning to cover an East Fourth Street building in donated fabric this September.

Greenpoint »

'College Degree' Toilet Paper Shows Value of Higher Education, Artist Says

Artist Leon Reid IV's rolls are a statement about the futility of a college degree, he said.