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Affordable Art Fair NYC Launching First Annual Fall Fair

NEW YORK, NY.- Following the record-breaking sales and attendance at the Affordable Art Fair New York City (AAF NYC) this spring, AAF NYC will launch its first annual Fall event in Manhattan from September 30 – October 3, 2010 at 7W New York ( 7 W...

Federal Judge Upholds NYC Art Vendor Crackdown Rules

NEW YORK (AP).- A federal judge in New York City has upheld new regulations seeking to cap the number of art vendors allowed in Manhattan's busiest parks. Judge Richard Sullivan on Friday denied motions in two cases brought by street artists seeking t...

Ancient Buried Ship Hull Under World Trade Center Site in New...

NEW YORK (AP).- The ship was buried as junk two centuries ago — landfill to expand a bustling little island of commerce called Manhattan. When it re-emerged this week, surrounded by skyscrapers, it was an instant treasure that popped up fr...

Ancient Buried Ship Hull Under World Trade Center Site in New...

NEW YORK (AP).- The ship was buried as junk two centuries ago — landfill to expand a bustling little island of commerce called Manhattan. When it re-emerged this week, surrounded by skyscrapers, it was an instant treasure that popped up fr...

Paintings Taken by Serviceman in WWII Return to Germany

NEW YORK, NY.- In a ceremony at the Goethe Institute in Manhattan, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) displayed some of the 11 oil paintings that were taken by a U.S. serviceman from a Pirmasens air raid shelter after the allied invasion of...

First Solo Museum Exhibition of the Work of Brian Donnelly, a.k.a....

RIDGEFIELD, CT.- This first solo museum exhibition of the work of Brooklyn-based artist and designer Brian Donnelly, a.k.a. KAWS, includes his most recent paintings, sculptures, and drawings, as well as a survey of his iconic street art, apparel, produ...

John Steinbeck’s Apartment Archive to be Auctioned at Bloomsbury Auctions

NEW YORK (AP).- John Steinbeck kept his California roots close when writing such masterpieces as "The Grapes of Wrath" and "East of Eden," but the Nobel Prize winner also loved New York and made it his home for much of his life. Now, a trove of his per...

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