Published on March 18, 2012 by Diana
New England Center For Contemporary Art
Brooklyn, CT, 06234, US
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After some 25 years in a barn barely visible from the road, the New England Center for Contemporary Art has reopened in a quintessentially New England house on the Brooklyn Green, at the intersection of Routes 169 and 6 in northeast Connecticut. – The house is set on three-quarters of an acre, with a lovely, treed backyard dotted with contemporary sculptures.
In the collection are also some 80 photogravures of American Indians by Edward Curtis. From 1896 to 1930, Curtis photographed and documented every important Native American tribe west of the Mississippi, making more than 2,000 images.
Wednesday – Friday: 10-4;
Saturday – Sunday: 1-5.