At 55, Fernando Miteff, known in the 1970s as Nic 707, has found his way back to the work he once loved.
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Jay Moss, 91, has made sculptures in his spare time throughout his life, but an exhibition of his work now on display at Manhattan College is only his second-ever solo show.
In a neighborhood once synonymous with being down and out, a building owned by the Archdiocese of New York has traded offering showers to the homeless for serving as a cultural center.
Carlos Mare has spent the past three decades transforming graffiti by sculpting and welding stainless steel into art for exhibition in galleries here and abroad.
In “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” Annie Lanzillotto plays the Nunzio family matriarch, a character that helps her break away from her role in life as a “cancer person.”
The Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, which recently moved to Westchester Square, is hoping to attract new audiences and supporters.
David Ellis, whose other work often fetches tens of thousands of dollars, is giving back to his neighborhood by painting a large mural in a bodega in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.