Walk of art

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This is it: Your last chance to see some great art while you shop.

All summer long, browsers on Fifth Avenue have been enjoying the strip’s “Art Walk,” which filled nearly 90 restaurants, stores and businesses with the work of local artists.

But the mile-long gallery comes down on Aug. 31.

“It’s been an exciting twist on the summer stroll,” said organizer Irene LoRe, the owner of Aunt Suzie’s restaurant and a director of the Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District.

The exhibition was curated by Albert Trotman and Erika Clarke. Some of Trotman’s pieces are at 200 Fifth, a restaurant near Union Street. And make sure to catch Erica Clark’s “Horseman” (pictured) at Lisa Lobue’s salon at 512 Fifth Ave., between 12th and 13th streets.

Fifth Avenue Art Walk [Fifth Avenue between Dean and 18th streets in Park Slope, (718) 369-2008]. For info, visit

Updated 5:14 pm, July 9, 2018
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