Holland Tunnel Gallery

Holland Tunnel Gallery

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In November 1997, Dutch artist Paulien Lethen organized an exhibition in her Home Depot garden shed in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, then known as the New Bohemia. It was a totally different way to experience art! This is the story of the Holland Tunnel Gallery. It spans a period of almost two decades and depicts a unique microcosm in a changing neighborhood.
The book gives a complete survey of the amazing, beautiful, magic special exhibitions and events that took place in the Williamsburg gallery, in the summer extension on the Greek island of Paros, and in Stairmasters, the long-term exhibition space in the brownstone next to the gallery, from 1997 to 2014.

One of the quirkiest spaces in Williamsburg is Holland Tunnel, on South Third Street, a front-runner for first place as the tiniest gallery in the metropolitan area.
Roberta Smith, The New York Times November 6, 1998

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Paulien Lethen also wrote Good heavens!  erotic pasta and fruity salad cookbook.