Art Walks: Red Hook

Posted on Monday, May 5th, 2014


We had a great time in Red Hook to kick off our Art Walks series!


Our walk began at Dustin Yellin’s studio, then continued to Pioneer Works, the wonderful interdisciplinary creative space he founded.


Our next destination was the Kentler International Drawing Space, where Florence Neal gave us an in depth tour of their gallery and flatfiles.


Last but not least, we visited the studio of More Art collaborator Michael Joo. It was an amazing experience to see what Michael has been up to since collaborating with More Art on his project Bodhi Obfuscatus (Allegiance) in 2007.

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We were accompanied by John McGettrick, the co-president of the Red Hook Civic Association, who gave us a fascinating insight to the neighborhoods past, present, and what’s to come in the future.