Beimodan tribeca, 39 North Moore St., 212-625-1828: New Asian inspired designs & products, open ended.

Bonnie andretta fine art, 85 Franklin St., Tue.-Sat., 11 a.m.-6 p.m., 212-219-2011: Early Hudson River School landscapes, 19th-century flower paintings, and works by American women artists, ongoing.

Brooke alexander, 59 Wooster St., call for hours, 212-925-4338: RICHARD ARTSCHWAGER & ED RUSCHA, paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints & multiples, through Summer.

Capeluto arts, 147 Reade St., Tue.-Sat., noon-6 p.m., 212-964-1340: Call for current exhibition information.

CHERYL PELAVIN FINE ARTS, INC., 13 Jay St., Tue.-Sat., 11 a.m.-6 p.m., 212-925-9424: “Fresh Paint: Skeptics Touch Here,” group exhibition of artists using painting-based practices, through Aug. 6.

Dfn gallery, 176 Franklin St., Mon.-Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m., 212-334-3400: “Innocence Found,” group exhibition, through Aug. 27.

THE EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE art school & gallery, 197 E. Broadway, Mon.-Thu., 10 a.m.-9 a.m., Fri.-Sun., 10 a.m.-5 p.m., 212-780-2300: Call for current exhibition information.

Federal reserve bank, 33 Liberty St., 212-234-3130: “Full Circle: the Olympic Heritage in Coins & Medals,” origins of the games & their rebirth in the late 19th Century, through Oct. 31.

Franklin bowles gallery, 431 W. Broadway, call for hours, 212-226-1616: “Rembrandt and the Art of Printmaking,” over 40 etchings by the master himself, through Sep. 7.

Franklin 54 gallery, 54-56 Franklin Street, Wed.-Sat., 11 a.m.-6 p.m., or by appointment, 212-732-0009: MARY FELTON, “Contemporary Realism,” charcoal drawings, Aug. 26-Sep. 29.

FRAunces Tavern Museum, 54 Pearl St., Mon.-Tue., Fri., 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Thu., 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m., 212-425-1778 : “Downtown New York: Where the Streets are Paved with History,” historical exhibition, through Jan. 2005; ongoing: “George Washington: Down the Stream of Life,” artwork of the first President; “Sons of the Revolution,” Revolutionary war objects & documents; “A Flash of Color,” early American Flags & Standards; Call for current exhibition information.

Fusionarts museum, 57 Stanton St., call for hours, 212-995-5290: “InFusion,” group exhibition, through Aug. 31.

Gallery viet nam, 345 Greenwich St., 7 Days, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., 212-431-8889: Fine contemporary paintings by living Japanese artists, group exhibition, through Sep. 19; Call for current exhibition information.

June kelly gallery, 591 Broadway, Tue.-Sat., 11 a.m.-6 p.m., 212-226-1660: “A Memorial Exhibition,” paintings by Elise Asher, Sep. 7-Oct. 5.

Kristen frederickson contemporary art, 149 Reade St., Tue.-Sat., 11 a.m.-6 p.m., 212-566-7787: Call about current exhibition information.

Latin collector, 153 Hudson St., Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat., noon-6 p.m., 212-334-7813: “Field of Depth: Landscape as Metaphor in Emerging Photography,” group exhibition, through Aug. 6.

The lower east side tenement museum, LMCC, 91 Orchard St., call for hours, 212-431-0714: “Living American,” public art installation considers the meaning of “American vs. Immigrant,” through Dec. 6; “Points of Entry – Regarding the Mihrab,” storefront installation; permanent exhibitions about the tenement history on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, ongoing.

Maiden lane exhibition space, 125 Maiden Lane, daily, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., 212-206-6061: “Consciousness of Space,” carved wood sculptures by HIROFUMI MAESHIBA, through Sep. 17.

Michael perez gallery, 11 Harrison St., call for hours, 212-966-7278: Call for current exhibition information.

MUSEUM OF JEWISH HERITAGE, 36 Battery Place, Sun.-Wed., 10 a.m.-5:45 p.m., Thur. 10 a.m.- 8 p.m., Fri., 10 a.m.-5 p.m., 646-437-4200: “Ours to Fight For: American Jews in the Second World War,” through Aug. 31, 2004., $5-$7, free admission on Wed. evenings from 4-8 p.m.

Nassau art project, 80 Nassau St., by appointment only, 212-206-6081: “Solitude & Stillness,” work by ERI MORITA & KIRA LYNN HARRIS, through Aug.

National museum of the amErican indian, One Bowling Green, call for hours, 212-514-3737: “First American Art,” the Charles and Valerie Diker collection of American Indian Art, through Oct. 31; “Continuum,” 12 artists in a group show, through Nov. 28; “The Language of Native American Baskets: From the Weaver’s View,” over 20 baskets, through Jan. 5, 2005; Call for information about other current shows & exhibitions.

New york city police museum, 100 Old Slip, call for hours, 212-480-3100: “Behind the Scenes,” a photographic look into the NYPD, various artists, through through Oct. 8; “Women on Patrol,” changes in the role of women in the Police Department, through Aug. 28; Numerous ongoing exhibitions related to our police force.

The powerhouse gallery, 68 Charlton St., Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sat., noon-6 p.m., 212-604-9074: Call for current exhibition information.

The ritz carlton, Battery Park City, 24 hours, seven days, 212-206-6674: “Art on the Plaza,” installation by SHIRAZEH HOUSHIARY & PIP THORNE entitled “Breath,” presented by Creative Time, through January 2005.

SALMAGUNDI CLUB, 47 Fifth Ave., daily, 1-5 p.m., 255-7740: National Society of Painters, group show of work in casein & acrylic, through Aug. 13; Call for current exhibition information.

SOHO PHOTO, 15 White St., Thur., 6-8 p.m., Fri.-Sun., 1-6 p.m., or by appointment, 212-226-8571: “Double Exposure,” member’s group show, “Under the Influence,” guest exhibition of work by photography teachers and their students, through Aug. 7.

SOUTH STREET SEAPORT MUSEUM, Walter Lord Gallery, 209 Water St., 10 a.m.-5 p.m., 748-8600: “Soundings: Treasures of the Collections of the South Street Seaport Museum,” over 600 objects & artifacts, and “Nieuw Amsterdam,” artifacts from the history of Dutch life in early New York, before & after 1664, both exhibits go through the Summer; ongoing Exhibitions: “All Available Boats: Harbor Voices & Images 9/11/01,” “Monarchs of the Sea: Celebrating the Ocean Liner Era,” & “Van Ryper: A World of Ships in Miniature,” Schemerhorn Row Galleries, 12 Fulton St.: “By the Gladness of the River,” creativity at the Seaport 1950 to present, open ended; Melville Gallery, 213 Water St., daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., 212-748-8750: “Security, Privilege & Freedom: A Transatlantic Crossing on RMS Queen Elizabeth,” photographs by ERICH HARTMANN, through Oct. 30.

Sunshine factory cafe and gallery, 11 Essex St., call for hours, 917-562-8468: “Breaking Boundaries,” graffiti and graffiti inspired artwork crossing cultures, traditions and genres, through Sep. 19.

Synagogue for the arts gallery, 49 White St., Mon., Wed.-Thu., 1-5 p.m., Tue., 1-7 p.m., or by appt., 212-966-7141: Call for current exhibition information.

Westbeth arts gallery, 155 Bank St., Fri.-Sun., 1-6 p.m., 212-989-4650: “Summer Light,” a group show of mixed mediums by residents of the Westbeth complex, through Aug. 29.

World financial center, 220 Vesey St., call for hours & info., 212-945-0505: In the Plaza: “Blue Moon.,” installation by BRUCE ODLAND & SAM AUINGER presented by Creative Time, through Aug. 20; In the Courtyard Gallery: “Food for Life,” photography exhibition on hunger by JAMES MOLLISON,, through Aug. 22.

BISSINGER AT WESTBETH Pictured above is a photograph by Westbeth resident Karl Bissinger, taken in Morocco in 1955. It is of the crenellated adobe walls of the Glaoui’s Summer Palace. Part of the “Summer-Light Show” at the Westbeth Gallery, 155 Bank St. 212-989-4650. Opens July 24 and runs thru Aug. 29.

19th CENTURY TOOLS AND SCULPTURAL OBJECTS on display at Soho Photo, 15 White St., Tribeca. 212-226-8571

EXHIBIT AT NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN Featuring the work of Judith Lowry, whose piece, “Welgatim’s Song,” is pictured above. June 5 – August 29. Opening reception June 3 at 5 p.m. 1 Bowling Green. 212-514-3743

MAGNUM PHOTOS OF NEW YORK SUBWAYS on display at Grand Central Terminal. Includes works by photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson and Inge Morath. Lower level dining concourse.

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