5 Spots Where Artists and Hippies Hide
Music Hall of Williamsburg
If you’re looking for live music, this is the venue to go to.
Lauded for its packed art openings, this chic gallery is small but known to pull in big names and impressive exhibits. The talent tends to run from the underground set to established artists; get a preview at the gallery’s website, or in their printed magazine. Past shows include those by photographers Mark Borthwick and Tim Barber, and skater artists Mark Gonzales and Christian Hosoi.
106 North 1st Street
The gallery is a showplace for exceptional works by artists of all ages and stages, with a long-standing appreciation for sublime painting in the rich mix of art and artists. Poetry readings, artist talks and special receptions are part of the ongoing program. Individual appointments (outside regular gallery hours) are welcome.
101 Grand Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
718 302 2242
Take the L train to Bedford Avenue, walk south on Bedford to Grand Street, then walk west to 1O1.
Fridays through Sundays, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
An unique multi-retail space, which encompasses a fine/vintage select store & art gallery. The gallery exhibits various artists and designers of all media and fields, which is always looking for new talents. They’ve featured a variety of artists including Brooklyn-based local artists, international artists from Japan and other countries, and always welcome any sort of creative expression from all kinds of generation.
|310 Grand Street, Brooklyn NY, 11211|
Rough Trade NYC
Known as the “Brooklyn Music Scene”. A vibrant record store that holds concerts and for photography.
|64 North 9th Street, Brooklyn, NY
11249, U.S.A.T: (001) 718 388 4111
|A closer look into this vintage hot spot. http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbJgRmSjSbE|
Monday – Saturday 11.00am – 11.00pm
Sunday 11.00am – 9.00pm