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"It feels more relevant now because everyone is so tense,” the owner of gallery Gitler & ____ said.

East Harlem »

The gift will go towards supporting educational activities at the museum. 

Upper East Side »

Martin Creed's exhibit, "The Back Door," runs through Aug. 7.

Melrose »

The show will run in the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse from April 23 to July 19.

Lower East Side »

More than 75 pieces of "functional glass art" are on display at 143 Ludlow St.

Lower East Side »

"Through Our Lens" aims to give homeless photographers a chance to share their point of view.

Lower East Side »

The art gallery's founders announced its closing on Wednesday.

East Village »

After winning the Webby Awards "Person of the Year" title, the street artist Banksy posted a video.

Crown Heights »

Nimba Cafe is displaying 17-year-old Nahshon Outten's portraits of Brooklyn teens. 

Upper East Side »

"Everyday Epiphanies" opens June 25, 2013 at the Met, 1000 Fifth Ave.

Greenpoint »

Fourteen exhibition spaces are partnering to bring attention to the neighborhood's art scene.

Lower East Side »

James Drosnes uses iconic photographs such as Tiananmen Square as a base for his digital paintings.

Grymes Hill »

Antonio Reonegro's exhibit will feature nearly 170 backstage passes he designed for the Grateful Dead.

Upper East Side »

The Metropolitan Museum will display Bernini's clay models starting Oct. 3. 

Lower East Side »

Brooklyn artist Laura Ginn hosted a performance art dinner where patrons ate rats.