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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.

Crown Heights »

'Hashtag Heroes' Join Creative Superpowers for Crown Heights Event

From jewelry to DJ'ing, photography to clothing design, #heroes are always on the lookout for new talent.

DUMBO »

Graffiti Class Teaches Kids the Art of the Spray Can

Kids aged 5 and up are welcome at a new graffiti painting class in DUMBO.

Manhattan Valley »

Get Out and Do This: Enjoy the Last Gasp of Summer

No plans this week? DNAinfo New York has you covered.

TriBeCa »

TriBeCa Artist Marries 50 Men in 50 States in New Documentary

TriBeCa artist Maria Yoon explores marriage in her film "Maria the Korean Bride."

Meatpacking District »

Guggenheim Needs Sleuths to ID Old Footage Shot in Meatpacking District

The 8 mm film shows truck traffic on cobblestone streets and a trash barrel fire.

South Street Seaport »

After 30 Years Painting in Seaport, Artist Forced to Close Pier 17 Studio

Artist Naima Rauam is showing her final exhibit in her studio and gallery space on Pier 17.

East Village »

Joe Strummer Mural Removed in East Village to Be Repainted by Artists

The Joe Strummer mural on East Seventh Street was taken down by construction workers on Monday.

Midtown »

MoMA to Open Sculpture Garden to General Public Each Morning

The popular garden will be open each day from 9 to 10:30 a.m., MoMA announced.

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."

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