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"Black Artstory Month" comes to Fort Greene and Clinton Hill on Feb. 1.

Lower East Side »

Snowstorm or not, there are plenty of things to keep you occupied this weekend.

Williamsburg »

Four short films about Los Sures will play at MoMa's PS1 from Jan. 18 to Jan. 23.

Lower East Side »

In "Crossing the Wild Line," New York-based artist Dana Sherwood explores a nature made by humans.

Bushwick »

Rafael Fuchs suspended the list after neighbors grew angry about who would be included.

Bushwick »

Fuchs Project is hosting a party this Friday where it will reveal some of the "Bushwick 200." 

Midtown »

Tom Friedman's "Looking Up" sculpture will be on display on Park Avenue starting in February.

Upper East Side »

The 34-foot and 28-foot orchids will rise on the corner of East 60th Street and Fifth Avenue.

Governors Island »

The island closed to visitors in Sept., but you can wander through artists' studios on Friday.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Fountain House Gallery's exposition at 702 Ninth Ave. runs through Dec. 23.

Flatiron »

The mirrored dome allows viewers to walk through it and see how light, color and reflections change.

TriBeCa »

The metal sculpture will be on display for about nine months.

TriBeCa »

Four exhibits dedicated to dogs will be on display at the Soho Photo Gallery.

Upper East Side »

Artists from around the world painted, drew and photographed the Latin American landscape around them.