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Organizers chose to cancel the event because it outgrew the neighborhood and got away from its mission.

Governors Island »

Canopies woven from broken umbrellas and oyster cultivation materials will be on display this summer.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The third annual NYC Ponycon for "My Little Pony" lovers will be held at St. Francis College.

Williamsburg »

With rising cost of making art in Brooklyn, the space would be home to make-it-yourself culture.

Civic Center »

The abstract artwork will be installed in Thomas Paine Park this spring for a temporary exhibit.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Artist Patrick Jacobs' exhibit opens this week at the Pierogi Gallery in Williamsburg.

Garment District »

The installation aims to spark debate about humanity's impact on nature, artists say. 


"Respond" addresses the reaction to the grand jury's decision not to indict officer Daniel Pantaleo.

TriBeCa »

Cuban photographer Maria Cienfuegos is featured in an exhibit at Soho Photo Gallery through Jan. 31.

Greenpoint »

Raimundo Rubio finds material for his artwork in the streets and parks of Greenpoint.

Central Harlem »

Franco Gaskin's murals painted on security gates on 125th Street are being stored at East River Plaza

Upper West Side »

Cyrus Greenspon said his step-sister made a shady deal on the Ad Reinhardt painting.

Bed-Stuy »

Artist RAE uses everyday items for his urban robots and character installations on NYC streets. 

Gramercy »

Luis Florentino, 25, stole $20,000 worth of art and sold it back to Calvin Skaggs for $200, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

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