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Lower East Side »

The owners of Daredevil Tattoo want to open a museum dedicated to the history of tattooing in the city.

Gramercy »

The brownstone at 28 E. 20th St., which dates back to 1923, will get a yearlong renovation.

Fort Greene »

The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts is taking space at 286 Ashland Place.

Astoria »

Artists Heide Fasnacht and Gabriela Albergaria will display their works at the park this season. 

Midtown »

The MoMa and the Guggenheim are two of the museums that have banned the popular tool.

Chelsea »

The show, which features a dress worn by Lauren Bacall, opened Friday at the FIT Museum in Chelsea.

Carroll Gardens »

Black Gold plans to sell coffee, snacks and records at the Gowanus museum on Third Avenue, owners said.

Crown Heights »

Stephanie Hill Wilchfort will take over as president of the Crown Heights museum in early 2015.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The museum will pay tribute to the Hubble with an exhibit opening in October.

Gowanus »

The 4,200-square-foot Gowanus museum will open with its first exhibit, "The Art of Mourning."

Upper East Side »

The Fifth Avenue museum hopes to expand its space for exhibitions and educational programming.

Upper West Side »

The "Dream. Think. Do!" showcase put student work at the center of the daylong festival at P.S. 191.

Lower East Side »

The $325,000 exhibit and visitors center will showcase the Lower East Side synagogue's history.

Bed-Stuy »

Vira Lynn Jones owns about 4,000 art pieces from Africa and wants to open a formal museum.

TriBeCa »

The developer behind Islamic center Park51 is planning a three-story museum at the TriBeCa site.