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East Harlem »

A new art gallery features the work of recovering addicts in East Harlem. 

Hamilton Heights »

An artist painted portraits of 99 beer bottles after drinking them with friends and strangers, he said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A nightlife veteran now plans to open an art gallery, club and events venue in the 46th Street space.

West Harlem »

The art stroll runs the third Saturday of every month through October.

Chelsea »

The ground floor of the building will become an "international arts hub," the developer said.

Bed-Stuy »

The pop-up space will be open through July, with a small shop, programming and a variety of exhibits.

Bed-Stuy »

But the plans for Secret Project Robot got pushback from members of the local community board.

Greenwich Village »

The employee robbed the gallery when it closed for two weeks over the holidays, police said.


The show, titled "It's Elementary," will run from Nov. 17 to Dec. 18.

Chelsea »

The David Nolan Gallery asked Community Board 4 for help following the Mike Weiss Gallery's closure.

Midtown »

Robert Cenedella's "Fín del Mundo" will be on display at Central Park Fine Arts until Nov. 9.

Bed-Stuy »

Artist Leroy Campbell will showcase his work at the Richard Beavers Gallery starting on Nov. 5.

Midtown »

Neal Adams is showcasing his illustrations and paintings at a gallery in Midtown.

Roosevelt Island »

Paul Calendrillo opened the island's second gallery on Main Street, hoping others will follow.

Bed-Stuy »

Calabar Gallery will open on Tompkins Avenue near Madison Street in September, the owner said.