3 posts tagged new york city
We’re so excited to see Mark Warren Jacques bring his watery wonder to the streets of NYC! Check out his new mural covering Fair Folks & a Goat’s West Village location at 96 West Houston St. Check it out if you are in the neighborhood!
Nathan Kensinger, Inside Drydock One - Brooklyn Navy Yard (2010)
July 27, 2012, 7pm-9pm: Join photographer and filmmaker Nathan Kensinger for an illustrated exploration of the hidden and liminal spaces that still can be found at the watery edges of the City.
In the last decade, large sections of New York City’s waterfront have been rezoned, parcelled off and handed over to developers. A new landscape of luxury condominiums has replaced the old sugar refineries, powerhouses, bungalows and docks that once lined New York’s shores. However, some vestiges of the historic waterfront remain, mainly in forgotten or off-limits neighborhoods like Bloomfield, Edgemere, New Dorp Beach and Hammels Wye. Join Nathan Kensinger as he shares his photographs documenting the changing waterfront.
This is part of the Atlas Obscura Speakers series of talks at Observatory, 543 Union Street (at Nevins), Brooklyn, NY 11215. 543 Union Street is the large red brick building on right. Go right on Nevins and left down the alley through large black gates. Gallery is the second door on the left. Enter Observatory via Proteus Gowanus Gallery.
Mr. Rosenwach is the man.