On the gallery’s first floor are six of Mark Dion’s natural-history-museum-style cabinets, some chockfull of materials, others more elegantly installed; all draw on Dion’s interest in aquatic life. In one, a manatee skeleton is suspended over a swath of tar-covered trinkets. There’s also a book cart laden with sea-themed texts and, upstairs, over 100 prints and drawings related to the artist’s 20+ years of travel, research and art-making.
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