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There's a quiet white and green house in Ditmas Park, with a string of lights that stretches from the second story to the first. The house has a patch of grass out front and three leafy trees in the small backyard. Like many of the Victorian homes in the neighborhood, the house is located on land formerly owned by the Ditmas family, and was likely built in the first decade of the 1900s. Inside, Sasha...
If you're on the fence about what to do this weekend, by all means, remove yourself and go check out a literal fence at Brooklyn Bridge Park. For the fourth year running, the same people who organize Photoville are producing The Fence--a long, winding photography exhibition that sees the rambling chain-linked fence at Brooklyn Bridge park draped with the work of over forty photographers.  The event is all about showcasing photographers whose work directly embodies notions of "community." To...
Long synonymous with the Williamsburg waterfront, the Domino Sugar Factory is now but a relic of the neighborhood's industrial past. For Ditmas Park artist Paul Raphaelson, however, the building has long held a mystique as an alluring artistic playground. That's why in 2013, he decided to venture inside Domino's decaying factory floor to shoot photos of its looming ceilings and rusted metal catwalks. “Domino had always been in the back of my mind," he says, but notes that the...
Photographer Tom Bovo hails from New York City, but has an undeniably strong fascination with the ocean, specifically the California coastline. His fixation isn't the product of scientific interest or a desire to chart waters in a sailboat, but rather is the multitudes in which nature can alter the ocean's various aesthetic incarnations. He sees thick, rolling fog as brooding and mysterious, and views glimmering sunshine and vibrant seashores as similarly enigmatic. In conversation, Bovo invokes the writing...

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