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"Presenting Shakespeare: Much Ado About Posters" opens at the ADC Gallery on May 5.

Chelsea »

An SVA student will place TV screens broadcasting video art in neighborhood apartment windows.

Fort Greene »

"Game of Phones" aims to make smartphone gazing a more social activity. 

Chelsea »

The festival will celebrate both British and Italian cultures through music, art and food.

New York City »

Kanye West, Katharine McPhee, Patrick Stewart and more turned out for the screening.

Civic Center »

Carin Goldberg, a top graphic designer, recently launched a site selling her own work.

Lower East Side »

The "Lower East Side Story" graphic novel looks back to a time when crack cocaine was rampant.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Gallery directors in 2010 presented art with the potential to help viewers understand Haiti, Iran — and Facebook.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Graphic novels have been turned into Hollywood hits, but the medium was actually born on the Lower East Side.

Midtown & Theater District »

Michael Enright, the film student charged with stabbing a cab driver because he was Muslim, said it was in self defense.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Exhibit displays posters by internationally acclaimed graphic designers offer in support of Iran's Green Movement.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Michael Enright, the 21-year-old charged with hate crimes for allegedly stabbing a Muslim cabbie, was a budding filmmaker.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Urban living is captured by artwork shown at a Chelsea gallery.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

NYILFF is celebrating 11 years of growth and bringing films from locales including Mexico, Brazil and the Dominican Republic to the city.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

The city's annual lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender film festival starts Thursday.