A museum on the water

An uncanny figurine of a mutant fish-man rests next to a cool stone sculpture of a polar bear.

The strange creatures that straddle the line between sea and shore, man and animal, are unique to Brooklyn’s only Inuit art gallery, located by the piers of Red Hook.

“Transformation pieces are among my favorites,” said Jim Clark, owner and curator of gallery space Look North.

Article for The Brooklyn Paper.

Sea art: Owner and curator Jim Clark collects and sells Arctic and Inuit art, such as this polished sculpture of a polar bear, from his gallery space in Red Hook. Photo © Stefano Giovannini.

Sea art: Owner and curator Jim Clark collects and sells Arctic and Inuit art, such as this polished sculpture of a polar bear, from his gallery space in Red Hook. Photo © Stefano Giovannini.

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