This non-profit contemporary arts center, founded by artist Dustin Yellin, is like a mini PS1. It’s set in a converted 19th-century warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The ground-floor gallery seamlessly blends with the outdoor garden, creating one of the largest exhibition spaces in New York City that’s used for public arts programs, artists residencies, live music performances, special chef dinners, and private events.
The brick-and-timber interior gallery has a hip industrial feeling, as do the higher floors, which are used for performance arts and artist residencies. The exterior garden is filled with plants, greenery, weeping willow trees, and pebble-strewn walkways; it’s a beautiful space to hang out during warmer months.