Details: The goal was to define and showcase what a cultural institution, like a library, means to its community. Beginning with the New York Public Library and then branching off into any of New York City’s finest obscure establishments. I chose a local neighborhood gem: the City Reliquary.
Located in old school Williamsburg, founded by a local Brooklynite, this “library” of sorts is a true cultural collection, old and new they have it all. The permanent collection includes a New York pizza box wall.
As one of the most prideful New York natives around, this was definitely self indulgent fun, enjoy!