The Invisible Dog
Time Out says
Posted: Fri May 14 2010
The well-edited store and gallery from Parisian transplant Lucien Zayan looks like a fabulous, modern living room that happens to have a few custom-made glass display cases in the center. While designers and stock rotate regularly (every two to three months), we’re currently loving Steven and William Ladd’s Scroll lamps, made from woven belts rolled into flat circles wrapped around light bulbs ($80–$200); and stools, also made of vintage belts in the shape of a spool of thread ($300). Their one-of-a-kind bracelets are fashioned from vintage glass-and-metal beads ($195), and a whimsical Invisible Dog necklace ($60) is a golden version of a novelty toy once manufactured in the building in the 1970s.
The Invisible Dog 51 Bergen St
What's on at The Invisible Dog
Categories, Theater, Contemporary & experimental
- Critics' pick
The 61st edition of this series—curated by Andrew Dinwiddie, Jeff Larson and Caleb Hammons—highlights work by Laurie Berg, William Burke, Lisa Clair, Sean Donovan, Stephan Goldrajch, GRANDMA, New Saloon, Steven Reker, David Thomson and Saúl Ulerio.