Most of the photos were shot with an iPhone and show "Do Not Touch" signs.
Lesley and Kamau Ware opened "Warehouse Gallery & Studio" last month in Bed-Stuy.
Colored drinking glasses rise in the shape of trees at Katherine Gray's "A Tree Grows" exhibit.
Bed-Stuy is home to artists Talib Kweli, Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def) and R&B band Les Nubians.
Posters for the fictional movie "Rochelle, Rochelle" popped up on Second Avenue.
The sculpture for the Performa arts festival was ordered removed from East River State Park last week.
The Leonard Street gallery is closing Saturday, before the building is turned into condos and a hotel.
The social justice-focused piece didn't have permission to be in East River State Park, officials said.
Joel A. Rosenthal's precious ornaments go on view in their creator's hometown.
5Pointz, the graffiti hub in Long Island City, had its entire facade covered overnight.
A local graffiti artist depicted Ruby Bridges, the first black child to attend an all-white school.
The Merton D. Simpson Gallery will host a new exhibition Wednesday after facing financial trouble.
Frank Hall purchased the Will Marion Cook House on Strivers' Row but died before finishing renovations.
Six aluminum art sculptures will be placed along the Park Avenue Malls between 66th and 52nd Streets.
The program offered through Queens College hopes to inspire social change through art.
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