Otto Neals has created paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints and collages in Brooklyn since childhood.
House of Art Gallery will feature a monthlong installation of Frank Morrison's graffiti work.
"When Women Pursue Justice," a mural featuring female leaders, is set for demolition in coming months.
"BRINK" at the Conception Gallery features works that explore being on the edge of catastrophe.
Therapy Wine Bar's "Painting and Sipping" is a monthly event in Bed-Stuy with free drinks.
Teen artists designed the art now up on Junius Street.
Mike Perry said he hopes his work will be the first in a series of public art on Bergen Street.
The art fair at Fulton Park in Bed-Stuy celebrates African heritage and culture.
Two large paintings from Christina Blaabjerg are on the hospital's first floor.
The curtain, painted by Pablo Picasso in 1919, has hung in the eatery's lobby for more than 50 years.
A group of artists is examining the ever-changing history of Brooklyn through a month-long art exhibit.
The exhibit focuses on old-school games.
Martha Erlebacher, 76, helped found the New York Academy of Art in TriBeCa.
The Bed-Stuy BrainStore is a free, open art studio for anyone in the community to use.
Rockwell's painting, entitled "Sport," disappeared from a storage unit last month.
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