Monday, November 05, 2007

'After the Battle of Brooklyn'

Perhaps you recall the day this summer the "submarine" was stopped in off Red Hook near the Queen Mary, spawning speculation (briefly) about terrorist plots and (then) a lot of jokes. Well, Duke Riley, the artist who launched the submarine, has a show at Magnan Projects, which is located at 317 Tenth Avenue in Manhattan. The show "examines the artist's fascination with and exploration of maritime history and events around the waterways of New York City." You can read more about it here at the gallery's site. The blog Brooklyn Bachelor also has a post about Mr. Riley's show with some photos. The show runs through December 22.

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Blogger A Kinloch said...

This sounds fascinating and thanks for sharing it.


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