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Construction at the graffiti mecca site is expected to begin later this year.
Waterside Plaza residents say DOT should have consulted them before installing artwork near the complex.
Fourteen exhibition spaces are partnering to bring attention to the neighborhood's art scene.
The Laundromat Project brings art to Bed-Stuy, Harlem and Hunts Point.
A recreated 1958 NASA satellite and a series of images from the era explore the Cold War space race.
McCarren Park is hosting the museum's first pop-up exhibit with oobleck and papier-mâché.
The walk-through sculpture is near the ball pond in the whimsical Hudson Square museum.
Pratt hosted horses on campus to give students the chance to draw, paint and photograph live animals.
A troupe of Cambodian shadow puppet artists will perform at Brookfield Place's Winter Garden Theater.
The Living Gallery, which moved April 1, now has band shows and kids' musical theater.
2Fik will exhbit his work "2Fik's Museum" at the Invisible Dog Art Center on Bergen St. April 20.
The FAVORS project asks city residents to do something nice for someone else during the month of April.
The Carter Burden Gallery will display work by older artists on West 28th Street.
Bushwick Basel is exploding in size in its new location at Maspeth's Knockdown Center.
The festival of affordable art kicks off April 3 at Metropolitan Pavilion.
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