Post Profile






An Installation Weaves Through a Brooklyn Cemetery Chapel

Aaron Asis has strung fuchsia parachute cord through the chapel at Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery as part of a series of interventions at the burial ground. The post An Installation Weaves Through a Brooklyn Cemetery Chapel appeared first on Hyperallergic.
read more

share

Related Posts


Tweet Pick: Native Americans had bad luck because they kept building cemeteries on Indian burial grounds. - @sadmonsters

Humor : Happy Place

Native Americans had bad luck because they kept building cemeteries on Indian burial grounds.

South Bronx Students Uncover Slave Burial Ground In Hunts Point

United States / New York : Gothamist

Students and teachers at an elementary school in the South Bronx may have discovered a slave burial ground, located just outside a cemetery in Hunts Point, thanks to a series of historic photos published by the Museum of the City of...

Brooklyn artist Valerie Hegarty creates installations in Brooklyn Museum Period Rooms

Arts : Artdaily

Brooklyn artist Valerie Hegarty created a series of installations in two of the period rooms of the Brooklyn Museum, the latest in a series of such interventions by several artists. On view May 17 through December 1, 2013, Valerie H...

Photos: A Brooklyn Navy Yard Cemetery Has Become A Park

United States / New York : Gothamist

Brooklyn's newest public park rests four feet above what was once a burial ground—not so uncommon, as plenty of our city's parks were formerly potter's fields. The Naval Cemetery Landscape sits at the Southeast edge of the Navy Yard...

Kensal Green Cemetery and Catacombs

Lifestyle / Travel : Atlas Obscura

Kensal Green Cemetery and Catacombs Winding paths and ramshackle mausoleums in the oldest "park cemetery" in London Kensal Green is the one of the oldest public burial grounds and the first of the 'Magnificent Seven' Victorian garde...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC