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Best of Brooklyn: Top 5 Places To See Art

The Brooklyn art scene reflects the diversity of cultural influences in the borough.
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The art scene in Brooklyn is dynamic. The borough continually cements itself as a place where experienced and aspiring artists can thrive and where art lovers diversify their taste in different forms. 

Here are five places to see art in Brooklyn.

  1. Brooklyn Museum- Located at 200 Eastern Parkway, the Brooklyn Museum is the second largest museum in New York City, housing a collection of more than 500,000 objects. 
  2. A.I.R. Gallery - Located at 155 Plymouth Street in Red Hook, A.I.R. is an artist-run, non-profit art gallery dedicated to women. 
  3. BRIC House-  Located at 647 Fulton Street in Fort Greene, BRIC House is a multidisciplinary arts and media center offering gallery spaces and exhibitions. 
  4. The Invisible Dog Art Center- Located at 51 Bergen Street in Boerum Hill, the Invisible Art Dog Center gets its name from being a former invisible dog factory and also provides work spaces for local artists that exhibit there. 
  5. TRANSMITTER - Located at 1329 Willoughby Avenue, this Bushwick gallery is also connected to Tiger Strikes Avoid, another popular gallery. 

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