Galapagos Art Space [PSFK Snapshot Brooklyn]

Galapagos Art Space [PSFK Snapshot Brooklyn]
Arts & Culture
Jim Moscater
  • 18 august 2009

Galapagos Art Space
Summer 2008 saw the reopening of Galapagos, a former Williamsburg based performance venue that was ironically priced out of the neighborhood it helped establish. Finding a second life in a 102-year old, 10,000 square foot horse stable located in Dumbo, the club becomes New York City’s first LEED certified “green” cultural venue. Along with their not-for-profit fundraising activities, a rotating showcase of theater, dance, performance art, music, cinema, and literary events keep things fresh. – 16 Main St, Brooklyn, NY

Galapagos Art Space is featured in our latest book PSFK Snapshot Brooklyn. From the more obscure corners of the borough to just off the G train, we’ve gathered over 40 of the most inspiring shops, restaurants, galleries, venues, movements and happenings from around the diverse neighborhoods of Brooklyn, New York. PSFK Snapshot Brooklyn is available on


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