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Fort Greene »

Art Under BQE Will Light Up in Response to Traffic Noise

The artist chose the intersection of Navy Street and Park Avenue because it's loud.

Upper West Side »

Matisse, Picasso Highlight UWS Exhibition Commemorating 1913 Armory Show

The New-York Historical Society's exhibition delves into the history and power of the 1913 Armory Show. 

Upper East Side »

New Met Exhibit Highlights Non-Western Art

The show celebrates former Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller's contribution to the Met's non-Western art.

Upper West Side »

Yoko Ono Chooses Her Trips Through Central Park Wisely

The icon of the Upper West Side chats about her life inside the Dakota.

Upper West Side »

Alien Creatures Invade Lincoln Center in New Public Art Exhibit

Fourteen brightly colored aluminum sculptures are on display as part of a new public art exhibit. 

Bed-Stuy »

Walls of Bed-Stuy Cafe Provide Blank Canvas For Local Artists

The Howard Avenue coffee shop has a profit-sharing agreement with artists.

Midtown »

Daughter of Rolex King Wants To Know Where Dad's Picasso and Warhol Went

Alicia Heiniger claims her dad's girlfriend removed five to seven paintings from his home after he died.

Lower East Side »

Artists Invited to Submit Ideas for Asphalt Triangle on Lower East Side

The Lower East Side BID is looking for designs for 2,000 square feet of pavement.

Corona »

Queens Museum Will Relaunch With New Exhibits and Snakehead Fishing Trip

The Queens Museum, which has been closed since June for renovations, is set to reopen Nov. 9.

Astoria »

Festival Aims to Bring Art Scene to Gallery-Starved Astoria

The Astoria Art Festival kicks off Friday and will bring 30 artists to 20 venues around the neighborhood.

Midtown »

Magritte Surrealism Exhibit Debuts at MoMA

"Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary" will feature some 80 works by the famed Belgian artist.

Midtown »

Towering Sculptures to Rise Above Columbus Circle

Two sculptures will be installed at Columbus Circle next month to promote a new art exhibition.

TriBeCa »

'SCARYOKE!!!' to Bring Fun and Fear of Karaoke to TriBeCa Gallery

Starting in November, Apexart will be transformed into a quirky haven for all things karaoke.

Bed-Stuy »

Laundromat Art Festival Celebrates Underserved Communities

The Laundromat Project's Field Day is a three-site arts celebration in Bed-Stuy, Hunts Point and Harlem.

Upper East Side »

Janet Ruttenberg's Central Park Paintings on Display at City Museum

The artist's paintings have been compared to the impressionist masters.

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