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Photographer George Steinmetz's sweeping pictures of remote deserts are on display at Brookfield Place.
The schedule will include in-house and international artists who will showcase their work.
“A Patchwork Story” is a public art exhibit on Myrtle Avenue.
Some of Haiti's top modern artists are on view at the Stonehenge-Luce Non-Profit Annex, 1159 Second Ave.
Originally from Spain, Queens artist Eduardo Anievas is taking a casual approach with his new LIC studio.
The West Broadway menswear shop doubles as an art gallery.
The Roosevelt Island Visual Art Association displayed works at the Stongehenge-Luce Nonprofit Space.
Eros, the Greek god of love, is examined in uncharacteristically soporific settings.
Joseph Stashkevetch's new exhibit at the Von Lintel gallery shows off sketches that look like photos.
Two cultural centers are set to enter new spaces at a Bergen Street building, this spring.
Oliphaunt is a mystery art club, complete with clues, secrets and an exclusive membership badge.
Over 300 kids from East Side elementary schools showed off their artwork at the reknown auction house.
The Jewish Museum is letting visitors pay what they choose on Thursdays, officials said.
Scott LoBaido built 20 angels, lit by Christmas lights, to memorialize the victims of Sandy Hook.
The Brooklyn Museum may have to spend $286,000 a year to store forgeries and unviewable art.
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