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Greenpoint »

Raimundo Rubio finds material for his artwork in the streets and parks of Greenpoint.

Central Harlem »

Franco Gaskin's murals painted on security gates on 125th Street are being stored at East River Plaza

Upper West Side »

Cyrus Greenspon said his step-sister made a shady deal on the Ad Reinhardt painting.

Bed-Stuy »

Artist RAE uses everyday items for his urban robots and character installations on NYC streets. 

Gramercy »

Luis Florentino, 25, stole $20,000 worth of art and sold it back to Calvin Skaggs for $200, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

House of Art Gallery will feature a monthlong installation of Frank Morrison's graffiti work. 

Fort Greene »

The shorts feature Edie Sedgwick, Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac and are set to original music.

Bed-Stuy »

"When Women Pursue Justice," a mural featuring female leaders, is set for demolition in coming months. 

Brooklyn Heights »

Molly Woodward has thousands of images from across the city on her website "Vernacular Typography."

Meatpacking District »

The vending machine will sit beneath the High Line as part of the AiOP Festival starting Oct. 9. 

West Harlem »

Here are some fun things to do in Harlem this weekend.

Carroll Gardens »

"All the Benefits, All the Rewards" features artwork that uses recycled security envelopes.

Greenwich Village »

The $25,000 Mark Landis painting is being sold to promote the documentary "Art and Craft."

Fort Greene »

"Drawings Along Myrtle" will feature works by more than 20 Pratt students, alumni and local artists.

Governors Island »

Peruse art studios downtown, including on Governors Island, through the weekend-long event.