The Invisible Dog Art Center is a museum and arts center in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, New York City, established by Lucien Zayan in 2009. The center gets its name from being a former invisible dog factory. Some buckles, belts, molds, and industrial fixtures remain as remnants throughout the building. The Art Center now plays host to performance and visual art, as well as artists in residence, some of whom have taken on inspiration from the industrial nature of their surroundings. Lucien Zayan pitched his idea to the owner after discovering the space in 2008. Upon taking ownership, Zayan immediately cleaned the building, collected all the remnants from the building's days as a factory, and held a flea market. He later said, "What was junk at first glance turned out to be a treasure-trove of vintage merchandise and furniture–particularly the thousands of belts on hand from the 1960s." More information...

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