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Midtown »

Window Art Exhibit in Midtown Wants to Show Off Your Eyes

A two-week window exhibit in Midtown is asking New Yorkers to submit photos of their eyes to display.

Upper East Side »

Motherwell's Early Collages to Go on View at the Guggenheim

Motherwell was a pioneering collagist who was influenced by the Abstract Expressionist movement.

Gramercy »

$2M John Singer Sargent Painting Returns to Players Club

The Players Club was able to recover its prized Sargent painting through member donations and a loan.

SoHo »

Rap Icons Loom Large in Photographer's SoHo and Williamsburg Billboards

Photographer Chi Modu recently installed billboards of Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg.

St. George »

Staten Island Museum Receives $500K Grant

The museum will use the money to support upcoming exhibits, including "Return of the Mastodon."

Carroll Gardens »

Art and Yoga Unite in Brooklyn Workshop for Kids

'Art from the Heart' will integrate art projects and simple yoga poses for children in Carroll Gardens.

Chelsea »

In Chelsea, The Future Is Now Exhibit Spotlights What Lies Ahead

The weekend-long invitational exhibition features the work of 50 contemporary artists.

Long Island City »

Long Island City Street to Close Down Saturday for Art-Filled Block Party

The Sculpture Center will host its second annual LIC Block Party on Purves St. on Saturday.

Bushwick »

Artists Take Stand on Student Loans in 'Debtfair' Art Fair

Dozens of artists are documenting their student debt in a play on the typical art fair.

Financial District »

Playful Sculptures on Display in City Hall Park

The "Lightness of Being" art exhibit runs through Dec. 13.

Upper West Side »

Massive Sol LeWitt Mural to Light Up JCC in Manhattan

The artwork further positions the JCC as the home of serious art, officials said.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Summer Series Celebrates Renovated Fulton Street

The Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation started their Summer Presenting Series.

Rockaway Beach »

Mile-Long Mural Painted on Temporary Barriers in Rockaway Beach

The mural was painted on barriers that separate the road from a new pathway for walkers and cyclists.

Chelsea »

Thousands of Scratch Lotto Tickets on Display at Chelsea Gallery

"Money Down" runs until Aug. 17 at the Andrew Edlin Gallery.

Bed-Stuy »

Affordable Tech Camp Teaches Bed-Stuy Kids About Social Issues

At the DIVAS for Social Justice STEAM Camp, kids make robots and think about their neighborhood.

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