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The Invisible Dog

Art, Galleries Boerum Hill
3 out of 5 stars
(1user review)

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.

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Venue name: The Invisible Dog
Contact:
Address: 51 Bergen St
Brooklyn
11201
Cross street: between Court and Smith Sts
Opening hours: Thu–Sun noon–7pm
Transport: Subway: F, G to Bergen St
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Saw a VERY modern and interpretive dance performance here. The space is large, but poorly laid out, there were several columns blocking my view of the performance from my plastic folding chair. They have decent lighting/audio set up but they don't really have a stage, just a floor.  The space was also very chilly as I think they turned off the air because it was too loud. The shop looks very cute and I'm sure has a lot of nice pieces. I'm glad there is a space like this where unique and avant guarde artists can perform, and I'm sure its not cheap to maintain. But I'd love to see a little more care go into the presentation.