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Famed Gallery of African Art to Reopen After Near Eviction and Legal Battle

The Merton D. Simpson Gallery will host a new exhibition Wednesday after facing financial trouble.

Central Harlem »

Ceremony Honors Man Who Wanted to Turn His Historic Home Into a Gallery

Frank Hall purchased the Will Marion Cook House on Strivers' Row but died before finishing renovations.

Upper East Side »

Artist Behind East River Roundabout to Erect New Sculptures on Park Avenue

Six aluminum art sculptures will be placed along the Park Avenue Malls between 66th and 52nd Streets.

Corona »

Queens College Art Program Trades 'Elitism' for Social Change

The program offered through Queens College hopes to inspire social change through art.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Dance Party Ready to Fill Gap Left by Brooklyn's 'First Saturdays'

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning's First Fridays are modeled on Brooklyn Museum's First Saturdays.

TriBeCa »

Beloved Art Teacher's Life Celebrated in Retrospective of Her Work

Martha Erlebacher, 76, helped found the New York Academy of Art in TriBeCa.

Bushwick »

Artist Boom Divides Bushwick Into 'Us Versus Them,' Some Residents Say

Artists need to spread throughout Bushwick to avoid causing conflicts, the community board chair said.

Cobble Hill »

Invisible Dog Prints Donor Names on Bricks, Pillars and Freight Elevator

The gallery is honoring donors who support the art space's Kickstarter campaign.

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.

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