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The experimental performing arts space purchased a 7,500-square-foot facility in the culture-rich neighborhood of Long Island City.
Nari Ward’s postelection plans for “G.O.A.T., again,” a solo show set for April, include a new work titled “Scapegoat.”
Objections to a pink reclining figure planned for a Queens intersection led a councilman to propose requiring more public involvement in the city’s art commissions.