Morbid Anatomy is a project that has been surveying the interstices of art and medicine, death and culture since Founded as a blog, over the years it grew to encompass an open to the public research library, a series of international events, films, and publications.
It is best known for its last incarnation--a stand-alone and recently shuttered museum in Brooklyn New York built with co-founder Tracy Hurley Martin. Today, Morbid Anatomy produces events, exhibitions, and publications in tandem with a variety of partners around the world. For this special open house, guests will receive a special tour of the Morbid Anatomy Library--a research library and collection making available books, photographs, artworks, pieces of ephemera, and artifacts relating to art and death, anatomical art, collectors and collecting, cabinets of curiosity, the history of medicine and curiosity and curiosities broadly considered.
- The Morbid Anatomy Anthology.
- Morbid Anatomy Museum Closes Its Doors | Smart News Arts & Culture | Smithsonian!
- Origin Of 101 Everyday Things.
- How could you not think about death, and what does it say about you if you don't?.
Who directs them on their journey? And when they arrive, can they establish a connection to those left behind?
Families honor the dead through specially prepared meals and by burning paper replicas of money, cellphones, clothing, and other material possessions for their ancestors to enjoy in the afterlife. Through artifacts, artworks, and ephemera, this exhibition explores how humans have endeavored to imagine a separate world for the dead and to express their own desires for bridging the divide.
- A Teachers Journey...What Breast Cancer Taught Me.
- The Secret on Blackberry Lane (Lavender Series Book 5).
- The Morbid Anatomy Anthology by Joanna Ebenstein.
- Poet and Warrior - Balancing your spirit and professional destiny.
- Burnt Offerings;
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To visit outside of these hours, email events green-wood. The exhibition and library space are not handicap accessible. Refreshments will be served. The Wicker Man, however, dates back to the ancient Celtic world, when the Druids burned these giant figures in effigy, purportedly sometimes containing human sacrifices.