LW Session 36 fellow Duke Riley opens his solo show at the Brooklyn Museum

by Jane Ahrens

Session 36 fellow Duke Riley opens his solo show at the Brooklyn Museum

DEATH TO THE LIVING, Long Live Trash
June 17, 2022–April 23, 2023

 

The show includes work made from plastic jetsam washed up on Fishers Island, and a room dedicated to the amazing collaboration between Duke and island resident Michele Klimczak, FI Conservancy’s Coastal Debris Coordinator, which started during Duke’s time on the island in 2019 and has continued since.

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Duke Riley (American, born 1972). Nos. 50-P, 74-P, 10, 70, 112, and 106 of The Poly S. Tyrene Memorial Maritime Museum, 2020. Salvaged, painted plastic. Courtesy of the artist. © Duke Riley. (Photo: Robert Bredvad)

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Beach Rocks sun gaze, 12/10/20 Photo by Richard Breining

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