The owners of Daredevil Tattoo want to open a museum dedicated to the history of tattooing in the city.
The brownstone at 28 E. 20th St., which dates back to 1923, will get a yearlong renovation.
The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts is taking space at 286 Ashland Place.
Artists Heide Fasnacht and Gabriela Albergaria will display their works at the park this season.
The MoMa and the Guggenheim are two of the museums that have banned the popular tool.
The show, which features a dress worn by Lauren Bacall, opened Friday at the FIT Museum in Chelsea.
Black Gold plans to sell coffee, snacks and records at the Gowanus museum on Third Avenue, owners said.
Stephanie Hill Wilchfort will take over as president of the Crown Heights museum in early 2015.
The museum will pay tribute to the Hubble with an exhibit opening in October.
The 4,200-square-foot Gowanus museum will open with its first exhibit, "The Art of Mourning."
The Fifth Avenue museum hopes to expand its space for exhibitions and educational programming.
The "Dream. Think. Do!" showcase put student work at the center of the daylong festival at P.S. 191.
The $325,000 exhibit and visitors center will showcase the Lower East Side synagogue's history.
Vira Lynn Jones owns about 4,000 art pieces from Africa and wants to open a formal museum.
The developer behind Islamic center Park51 is planning a three-story museum at the TriBeCa site.
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