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Bed-Stuy »

African Art Curator Wants Museum to Grow Out Of Bed-Stuy Apartment

Vira Lynn Jones owns about 4,000 art pieces from Africa and wants to open a formal museum.

TriBeCa »

More Than 50 TriBeCa Artists Open Their Studios for Free Tours

TOAST, the 18th annual Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour, takes place May 9 to 12.

Upper East Side »

Rare Basquiat Drawings Being Shown at Upper East Side Gallery

More than 20 pieces by artist Jean-Michel Basquiat are on display at Acquavella Galleries.

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.

Midtown »

Busted Billionaire's Son Asks to Teach Art to Homeless in Lieu of Jail

Helly Nahmad wants to teach homeless kids about modern art rather than go to prison, documents show.

Financial District »

River to River Festival Shrinks Free Arts Events from Month to Just 11 Days

The 13th annual arts festival will bring free music and dance performances to Lower Manhattan.

Financial District »

50 Years of Courtroom Drama on Display at Downtown Gallery

Sketches of famous trials, and infamous criminals, are being shown in the Financial District.

Navy Yard »

Brooklyn Navy Yard to Host Whiskey Tasting, Photography and Performance Art

The Brooklyn Navy Yard is hosting a variety of tours inside the yard this spring.

Prospect Heights »

Artist Judy Chicago's Feminist Fireworks Display Coming to Prospect Park

Known for art with a female anatomical theme, Chicago's fireworks will have a similar subject.

DUMBO »

Brooklyn Children's Museum to Open DUMBO-Based Studio in 2016

BCMStudio will occupy 17,000-square-feet in the ground floor of the 1 John St. condos in DUMBO.

Inwood »

Italian Street Artist to Paint Murals on Inwood Schools, Rockaway Pizzeria

Alice Pasquini is planning installations at Muscota New School and Amistad Dual Language School.

DUMBO »

Subway Artist Trades Handcart for Storefront in DUMBO

Flye Lyfe has sold art in the subway for nearly two years and recently signed a lease on his own space.

Williamsburg »

Art and Literature Journal Gives Platform for Women's Voices

The first issue of "No Tokens" went on sale in Williamsburg Thursday night.

Fort Greene »

Art Exhibit Asks Passersby to Stop and Hear the Music in City's Cacophony

Artist Audra Wolowiec said the noises of New York City sound like music.

Bushwick »

Bushwick Open Studios Festival Limits Participation to Local Artists

The festival now requires artists to prove that they have a year-round presence in Bushwick.

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