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Andre Zarre Gallery

Abstract paintings and sculptures include Doug Ohlson’s color-block acrylics on canvas and Peter Reginato’s stainless-steel creations. Tues-Sat 11:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Andrea Rosen Gallery

Sociopolitical and culture-themed contemporary paintings, drawings, sculpture and photography are the focus here, by established and emerging international artists, such as Feliz Gonzalez-Torres, Dan Peterman and Andrea Zittel. Tues-Sat 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Andrew Edlin Gallery

The gallery represents self-taught artists, such as Henry Darger and Eugene Von Bruenchenhein.

Tu-Sa 10 am-6 pm

Angel Street Thrift Shop

Profits from this shop’s assortment of vintage furniture, clothing, decor and more go to the Lower Eastside Service Center to benefit individuals and families affected by mental illness, HIV/AIDS and substance abuse.

Anita Shapolsky Gallery

Postwar abstract expressionism by contemporary American and Latin American masters. Tues-Sat 11 a.m.-6 p.m., and by appointment.

Ankasa

This elegant lifestyle store boasts high quality bedding, furniture, kitchenwares, light fictures, tote bags, home decorations and more.

Ann Crabtree

A wide variety of conservative dresses, separates, and accessories in soft, feminine colors and styles.

Ann Sacks

Upscale terra-cotta, ceramic and glass tiles; stone mosaics and fixtures for the home, including faucets, basin sets, sinks, bowls, bath accessories and more.

Ann Taylor

This extensive chain is a favorite of New York women for its fashionable clothing designed for the realities of life, with daywear, eveningwear and sportswear in collections made to build a wardrobe of interchangeable pieces.

Ann Taylor Loft

The more affordable and casual version of this extensive chain offers daywear, eveningwear and sportswear in collections made to build a wardrobe of interchangeable pieces.

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