The featured exhibit was called Crossing Brooklyn and comprised work from 35 artists and collectives.
There was this statute of a horse made of cork ("The Commons") by Paul Ramirez Jonas and modeled after the horse in an equestrian statute of Marcus Aurelius. Members of the public were invited to attach their own objects to the horse using pushpins. J left his business card.
I'm also not sure the pigeons were all that thrilled to be at the museum. Pigeons don't care about innovation in art.
After the exhibit, we headed over to The Islands. It was too dark inside to take photos, so just trust me on this: You. Must. Go. There.
Eating there is like if someone's auntie welcomed you into their kitchen and fed you with love. Or, as J says, "That jerk chicken is ridiculous." (We also had the oxtails. Also ridiculous.)