"When Women Pursue Justice," a mural featuring female leaders, is set for demolition in coming months.
The creators of Global Square want artists and neighbors to see what will be a theater, gallery and bar.
Mike Perry said he hopes his work will be the first in a series of public art on Bergen Street.
Sixteen works from the artist's early career will be shown at the exhibit.
Known for art with a female anatomical theme, Chicago's fireworks will have a similar subject.
Artwork from the Arts to End Violence Contest will be showcased at the Kingston Avenue Festival.
Guddahl Galleries opened its doors last week at 362 Columbia St. in Red Hook.
The sculpture, which stands under the Manhattan Bridge, is available to anyone who can carry it away.
The Lower East Side Printshop is holding its annual online sale and exhibition.
The gallery, which showcases "affordable" art from emerging artists, will close at the end of January.
John Tebeau picked six of Brooklyn's finest taverns for his "Great Good Places" series of sketches.
The business' owners faced extensive damage to their workshop after Hurricane Sandy.
The artist's son fears thousands of pieces of artwork may be tossed on the street.
Mayor Bloomberg unveiled an exhibit in Rock Center on Monday featuring nine human-shaped stone figures.
The artwork of people who work in the courthouse is on display at the Charles P. Sifton Gallery.
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