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The Glasslands Gallery

289 Kent Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211 | Brooklyn | 718-599-1450

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Gallery Bar in LES tried first, and admirably, but they just couldn't combine the intellectual yen of a gallery space with an ebullient dance scene. Glasslands Gallery, across the East River, fares much better, thanks to A-list even curators (MGMT and TV on the Radio have celebrated a holiday or two here) and quality postmodern collections. Unless you already regularly breakdance in the Met, this is the highbrow/lowbrow boogying you've been craving.


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