“25 Years of Gowanus: As it WAS, As it IS” Gallery Prints

Where some people see filth, Mark D Phillips sees artistry.

Mark’s 25-year photographic documentation – “25 Years of Gowanus: As it WAS, As it IS” – was featured for one weekend during the Gowanus Open Studios Tour 2017. The bottom floor of Movers, Not Shakers! corporate headquarters became a gallery showcasing the changes along the polluted Brooklyn waterway, with walls built from reusable moving bins at the green moving company located astride the Gowanus Canal.

Mark Ehrhardt, the President and Founder of Movers, Not Shakers!, Inc., has been friends with Mark Phillips for over 15 years. In his words, “The photography that Mark has captured over the years of the Gowanus Canal and surrounding areas is captivating, filled with images that create that sense of Deja Vu of looking back to Brooklyn’s past, and allows one to reflect on how much has changed here over the last 20 years. Our team is excited to create a space within our warehouse that will be a unique way to view our friend Mark’s photographs in a (quickly disappearing) industrial setting.”

If you are interested in purchasing more than one, or are interested in a different size option for the image of your choice, please contact Mark D Phillips at mark@southbrooklyn.net

 

Large Format Prints bonded within Acrylic Glass

 

Triptych Metallic Print Under Acrylic Glass; 10″ X 30″

 

Triptych with Inkpress ProSilky Prints & Red River Duro Etching Print; 13″ X 30″ Framed and signed

 

Large Framed and signed

 

13″ X 19″ Framed and signed

 

11″ X 14″ Framed and signed

 

8″ x 10″ bonded within Acrylic Glass

 

InkPress ProSilky Print (3.5 x 9.5) in an Antique Frame

 

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