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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

David Scalza's "Courtyard Garden D’Arte" is a recreation of his dismantled sculpture garden.

Crown Heights »

The new space, named "happylucky no.1," opened last week at 734 Nostrand Ave.

Chelsea »

Chelsea galleries are opening this week with dozens of new shows and artwork to see. 

Chelsea »

The fair will run between September 10 through 13 and offer artworks from $100 to $10,000.

Crown Heights »

The North Crown Heights Festival of the Arts wants local art for the August 15 event, organizers said.

Red Hook »

Vedat Ulgen uses the reclaimed containers as a work studio for his company, "ThisLexik."

Fort Greene »

Jeff Greenspan and Andrew Tider were issued summonses for being in the park after hours.

Clinton Hill »

The condo developer at 4 Downing St. used art left behind by the location's former owner Arthur Wood.

TriBeCa »

Nicolas Holiber's sculpture, made of recycled materials, will be on display starting this spring.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Artist Patrick Jacobs' exhibit opens this week at the Pierogi Gallery in Williamsburg.

Bed-Stuy »

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

Crown Heights »

The creators of Global Square want artists and neighbors to see what will be a theater, gallery and bar.

Crown Heights »

Mike Perry said he hopes his work will be the first in a series of public art on Bergen Street.

Upper East Side »

Sixteen works from the artist's early career will be shown at the exhibit.

Prospect Heights »

Known for art with a female anatomical theme, Chicago's fireworks will have a similar subject.