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.
The Lower East Side BID is looking for designs for 2,000 square feet of pavement.
The Queens Museum, which has been closed since June for renovations, is set to reopen Nov. 9.
The Astoria Art Festival kicks off Friday and will bring 30 artists to 20 venues around the neighborhood.
"Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary" will feature some 80 works by the famed Belgian artist.
Two sculptures will be installed at Columbus Circle next month to promote a new art exhibition.
Starting in November, Apexart will be transformed into a quirky haven for all things karaoke.
The Laundromat Project's Field Day is a three-site arts celebration in Bed-Stuy, Hunts Point and Harlem.
The artist's paintings have been compared to the impressionist masters.
Photoville will bring photography, food trucks and more to the waterfront.
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