Got cycling photos?

courtesy Eric Corriel

courtesy Eric Corriel


One of the artworks from the current group exhibit at BHS, Brooklyn Utopias, moves beyond the museum walls. Eric Corriel’s “A History of Cycling in Brooklyn,” an interactive public art installation explores the history of bicycle culture in Brooklyn from 1880 to today, through images and video projected in the windows of the Brooklyn Historical Society. It can be seen from Clinton (between Pierrepont and Montague Streets) in Brooklyn Heights, sundown to sunrise, according to this calendar. The artwork is interactive in the sense that anyone with Brooklyn-based cycling media is invited to submit content for possible inclusion in the piece itself. Read more about the piece here, and submit your photos and videos of cycling in Brooklyn!

About Janice

Janice Monger is Associate Director of Brooklyn Historical Society. She is overseeing the current renovation of BHS's first floor and lower level and is director of the exhibition program, including the Public Perspectives Exhibition Series.
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