The New-York Historical Society details the journey of Chinese Americans from the 18th century to now.
Mick Rock's images of icons ranging from David Bowie to Pharrell are on view at the Sumo Gallery.
"We the People," which features photos and stories from 20 NYCHA residents, opens this month.
"TIMEBOMB" is a new exhibit featuring a dozen graffiti artists at Urban Folk Art Gallery.
Fresh fruits and vegetables grown in the borough will be for sale every Thursday on Eastern Parkway.
At least 30 portraits will be exhibited on Washington and Franklin avenues.
"NYC & the Civil War," organized by the NY Historical Society, looks at the city's ambivalent history.
The exhibit featuring live spiders opens at the American Museum of Natural History on July 4.
A New-York Historical Society exhibit on the author of the beloved "Madeline" book series opens July 4.
Sixteen works from the artist's early career will be shown at the exhibit.
"The Fence" runs from the Greenway in DUMBO to Pier 5 at Joralemon Street at the waterfront park.
The Museum Mile Festival, now in its 36th year, transforms Fifth Avenue into a block party for the arts.
The Children's Museum of Manhattan celebrates the city's jazz history with a new exhibit.
A display at Jefferson Market Library showcases artifacts from the school's history.
After a $40 million redesign, the center will reopen with its inaugural exhibit on May 8.
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