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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.

DUMBO »

Shipping Containers Descend Upon Brooklyn Bridge Park for Photo Event

Photoville will bring photography, food trucks and more to the waterfront.

NoHo »

Public Theater Offers Sting Tickets for Free

The ex-frontman of The Police will perform a series of concerts at the Public Theater.

Meatpacking District »

New Art Lights Up Meatpacking District Development Site

The public art project is near the High Line and across from the Standard Hotel.

Times Square & Theater District »

Times Square Bar Turned Gallery Features Work by City's Young Artists

Bar Catalonia will be displaying paintings and drawings by emerging New York artists this fall.

TriBeCa »

Middle Eastern and North African Modern Art Gallery Opening in TriBeCa

The Taymour Grahne Gallery at 157 Hudson St. is slated to open on Saturday.

Gowanus »

$400,000 Banksy Artwork Stops Off in Gowanus Before Voyage to Europe

Serett Metal Works in Gowanus is preparing an expensive, delicate Banksy piece for shipment to Italy.

Midtown »

Famous Faces Highlight 'New Yorker' Artist's First NYC Gallery Show

Legendary artist Ken Fallin will be showing his work in a Midtown gallery this fall.

Boerum Hill »

Jean-Michel Basquiat's Dad Leaves Behind Son's Art, and Tax Problem

Gerard Basquiat spent the last 25 years of his life overseeing his late son's legacy.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Artist to Raise Funds for Autism Through Exhibition in Empty Penthouses

Mitch Siegel, who has an autistic son, hopes to donate thousands of dollars to the Autism Society.

Bushwick »

Bushwick Artist Uses 'Google Glass' to Give Inside Look at Works in Process

Curator Samantha Katz is pioneering the new technology to reveal a new layer of the art world.

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