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Port Morris »

The "gallotique" 9J, located at 41 Bruckner Blvd., sells items including paintings, clothing and soap.

Bed-Stuy »

The 118-unit building on Franklin Avenue near Willoughby Avenue also features a co-working lounge.

Upper East Side »

Dominique Lévy will take over space currently used by Gallerie Perrotin.

Chelsea »

The gallery will expand into a space next to its building at 509 W. 24th St.

Gowanus »

Other new businesses in Gowanus include a co-working space for journalists and a taco stand pop-up.

Chelsea »

"Between Stops: An Exhibition of Subway Portrait Sketches," will be on display in Chelsea until June 4.

Chelsea »

An employee discovered the drawing missing from the gallery's inventory in February, police said.

Crown Heights »

The gallery, which opened this weekend, is run by artists Cecilia Whittaker-Doe and Don Doe.

Stapleton »

The SIABC Gallery will have regular art shows, a supply shop and an artist co-working space.

South Street Seaport »

Artists Loft plans to serve drinks and small bites while being an active gallery space, an owner said.

Chelsea »

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

Garment District »

Mary Ivy Martin's "Arboreal Anxieties" exhibit is on display at Chashama 266 gallery until Feb. 13.

Upper West Side »

Gallery 52 aims to become a hub for the art world in a building known to bring actors good luck.

Lower East Side »

Jairo Barros is bringing a new concept to art galleries by serving food and selling everything.

Union Square »

Chat about death with strangers, celebrate the legacy of black artists, and visit a new art gallery.