The Merton D. Simpson Gallery will host a new exhibition Wednesday after facing financial trouble.
Frank Hall purchased the Will Marion Cook House on Strivers' Row but died before finishing renovations.
Six aluminum art sculptures will be placed along the Park Avenue Malls between 66th and 52nd Streets.
The program offered through Queens College hopes to inspire social change through art.
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning's First Fridays are modeled on Brooklyn Museum's First Saturdays.
Martha Erlebacher, 76, helped found the New York Academy of Art in TriBeCa.
Artists need to spread throughout Bushwick to avoid causing conflicts, the community board chair said.
The gallery is honoring donors who support the art space's Kickstarter campaign.
The artist chose the intersection of Navy Street and Park Avenue because it's loud.
The New-York Historical Society's exhibition delves into the history and power of the 1913 Armory Show.
The show celebrates former Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller's contribution to the Met's non-Western art.
The icon of the Upper West Side chats about her life inside the Dakota.
Fourteen brightly colored aluminum sculptures are on display as part of a new public art exhibit.
The Howard Avenue coffee shop has a profit-sharing agreement with artists.
Alicia Heiniger claims her dad's girlfriend removed five to seven paintings from his home after he died.
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