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TriBeCa »

Cold War-Era NASA Satellite Lands in TriBeCa Art Gallery

A recreated 1958 NASA satellite and a series of images from the era explore the Cold War space race.

Greenpoint »

Visitors Float on Goo at Brooklyn Science and Art Museum Pop-Up

McCarren Park is hosting the museum's first pop-up exhibit with oobleck and papier-mâché.

Hudson Square »

Giant Drinking-Straw Sculpture on View at Children's Museum

The walk-through sculpture is near the ball pond in the whimsical Hudson Square museum.

Clinton Hill »

Horses Strike a Pose in Brooklyn For Pratt Art Students

Pratt hosted horses on campus to give students the chance to draw, paint and photograph live animals.

Battery Park City »

Ancient Art of Cambodian Shadow Puppetry Coming to Battery Park City

A troupe of Cambodian shadow puppet artists will perform at Brookfield Place's Winter Garden Theater.

Bushwick »

Bushwick Gallerist Who Fled 'Saturated' Scene Adds Music and Kids' Program

The Living Gallery, which moved April 1, now has band shows and kids' musical theater.

Cobble Hill »

2Fik Exhibition in Brooklyn Recreates Famous Paintings

2Fik will exhbit his work "2Fik's Museum" at the Invisible Dog Art Center on Bergen St. April 20.

Long Island City »

Queens Artist Challenges New Yorkers to Be Nice in New Project

The FAVORS project asks city residents to do something nice for someone else during the month of April.

Chelsea »

Senior Artists' Gallery Moves to West Chelsea

The Carter Burden Gallery will display work by older artists on West 28th Street.

Bushwick »

Bushwick Basel Art Fair Moves to Queens

Bushwick Basel is exploding in size in its new location at Maspeth's Knockdown Center.

Chelsea »

Affordable Art Fair Returns to Chelsea This Week

The festival of affordable art kicks off April 3 at Metropolitan Pavilion.

Carnegie Hill »

Stephen Burrows' Disco Designs on Display at Museum of the City of New York

Stephen Burrows' fanciful fabrics are the subject of a new exhibition at the 1220 Fifth Ave. museum.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hudson Yards 'Culture Shed' Could Lack Class, Strip Open Space, Board Fears

Members fear the broad definition could lead to the Shed becoming a satellite for the Javits Center.

Bed-Stuy »

Pratt Students Open New Art Gallery in Bedford-Stuyvesant

Jackie Cantwell and Molly Myer started the Bishop as both a gallery and their final thesis.

Clinton Hill »

Arthur Wood Granted Two More Weeks Before Eviction From Broken Angel House

The Brooklyn Housing Court postponed Arthur Wood's eviction date to March 31.

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