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Bed-Stuy »

Vira Lynn Jones owns about 4,000 art pieces from Africa and wants to open a formal museum.

TriBeCa »

TOAST, the 18th annual Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour, takes place May 9 to 12.

Upper East Side »

More than 20 pieces by artist Jean-Michel Basquiat are on display at Acquavella Galleries.

Upper East Side »

Gagosian Gallery's Madison Avenue outpost will host the exhibit beginning May 8.

Midtown »

Helly Nahmad wants to teach homeless kids about modern art rather than go to prison, documents show.

Financial District »

The 13th annual arts festival will bring free music and dance performances to Lower Manhattan.

Financial District »

Sketches of famous trials, and infamous criminals, are being shown in the Financial District.

Navy Yard »

The Brooklyn Navy Yard is hosting a variety of tours inside the yard this spring.

Prospect Heights »

Known for art with a female anatomical theme, Chicago's fireworks will have a similar subject.


BCMStudio will occupy 17,000-square-feet in the ground floor of the 1 John St. condos in DUMBO.

Inwood »

Alice Pasquini is planning installations at Muscota New School and Amistad Dual Language School.


Flye Lyfe has sold art in the subway for nearly two years and recently signed a lease on his own space.

Williamsburg »

The first issue of "No Tokens" went on sale in Williamsburg Thursday night.

Fort Greene »

Artist Audra Wolowiec said the noises of New York City sound like music.

Bushwick »

The festival now requires artists to prove that they have a year-round presence in Bushwick.