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Discretely located on the otherwise rarely frequented Cortlandt Alley in TriBeCa, Red Bucket Films (an indie film production company) has opened the city’s smallest museum in a freight elevator. Red Bucket’s owners, Alex Kalman, Josh and Benny Safdie, creatively called this 80 square foot museum, “Museum.”
A new generation continues a designer’s legacy for simple, sustainable ideas that serve the real needs of the people.
Even though Venus over Manhattan is in the heart of art world bustle on Madison Avenue, the gallery sits in stark contrast to the white walls of its neighbors. The space looks more like a bomb shelter than a place for exhibiting art, which is exaggerated by the fact that its inaugural show, À Rebours (Against Nature), takes place in near-darkness.
Photographer James Cathcart captures the unofficial graveyards for planes and automobiles, some of which might have once been in your very own backyard.