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Red Hook »

Red Hook Artists Fight Rent Increases: Report

Tenants of a Red Hook building are suing their landlord and fighting to pay lower rents.

Cobble Hill »

'Salonukah' Celebrates Eight Days of Multimedia Art at Cobble Hill Gallery

Recession Art will host multimedia programs and an art exhibition at 47 Bergen St. this month.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Converted Factory Could Host Rooftop Cafe and Art Gallery

Construction will begin at 80 Richards St. next month, representatives for building owners say.

Chelsea »

Explore Artists' Private Studios in Chelsea This Weekend

More than 50 artists will open their workspaces to the public this weekend.

Long Island City »

5Pointz Artists Fighting Demolition With Lawsuit

The artists at graffiti center 5Pointz are attempting to block the Queens site from being torn down.

Fort Greene »

Art Under BQE Will Light Up in Response to Traffic Noise

The artist chose the intersection of Navy Street and Park Avenue because it's loud.

Long Island City »

Developer Pledges to More Than Double Affordable Units in 5 Pointz Plan

The plan will now include 209 affordable apartments, G&M Realty said at a City Council hearing Wednesday.

Red Hook »

Developer Targets Artists for 'Affordable' Waterfront Studios and Apts

Est4te Four will market the units of a luxury development in Red Hook to local artists, they said.

Upper East Side »

Federal Court Upholds City Rule Regulating Art Vendors in Parks

The U.S. Second District Court of Appeals disagreed with artists' First Amendment lawsuit.

East Harlem »

Affordable East Harlem Artists' Housing Half Finished

Workers are restoring a historic former school building and turning it into El Barrio's Artspace.

West Village »

Village Artists' Residence Accused of Sitting on Empty Apartments

The Westbeth complex has an estimated 20 vacant apartments despite its decade-long waitlist.

Long Island City »

5Pointz to be Replaced by 'Cornball Glitzy Box,' Critics Say

A public hearing to discuss plans for the iconic graffiti center drew harsh opposition from artists.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Designer Launches Native American-Inspired Clothing Line

Cheedah Suuwah, a Japanese-born artist and designer, has created his own line called "Natural Spirits."

Long Island City »

Long Island City Artist Turns to Nature's Blooms for Inspiration

Jaime Arredondo's floral paintings were featured in the Macy's Flower Show and on United Nations' stamps.

Clinton Hill »

Neighbors Bid Farewell to Evicted 'Broken Angel' Artist With a Block Party

A group of Clinton Hill residents are planning a block party for evicted artist Arthur Wood.

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