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Bushwick »

"If you can’t rest, there's a reason why you can’t rest," Curtis Valentine's mom said.

Hamilton Heights »

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

Williamsburg »

The 8-foot tall sculpture greets visitors with a very Brooklyn "YO."

TriBeCa »

Leonard Usachi will be present for the unveiling of his sculpture in Tribeca Park.

Civic Center »

Vincent Lopreto has a long history of faking work by Damien Hirst, according to reports.

West Harlem »

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

Upper East Side »

The painting was part of a series of student artwork at the Met's education center. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

The installation will be on display from Oct. 12 to Feb. 11.

East Williamsburg »

Shea Stadium has to close while dealing with "permitting issues," its owners said on Facebook.

Bed-Stuy »

The Spread Art NYC showcase coincides with the 20th anniversary of the rapper's death.


The installation will be on display from May 3 to Sept. 10 at Pier 1.

Navy Yard »

The gallery opened at the Navy Yard's Building 92 last week. 

Fort Greene »

The monthlong event features free performances and art exhibitions each Friday in February.

TriBeCa »

The show, "No Difference Between Them," launches Feb. 8 at Soho Photo Gallery.