ESCHER, The Exhibition & Experience

Basic Information

Address: 34 34 th Street, Building 6, 2nd floor Industry City, Brooklyn
Phone Number: 9178828111
Director: Johanna guttmann

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Additional Information

Days and Hours: Daily, 10am- 6pm

ESCHER, The Exhibition & Experience- close to 200 original works and several interactive installations!
Plan a unique and interdisciplinary STEAM experience for your students. Students in grades K-12 can explore the magical world of the iconic artist MC Escher and his geometrically inspired "impossible" structures and designs. Escher instinctively understood mathematical and scientific concepts and was able to bring them to life through representations of patterns, color and design. Escher's use of symmetry, tessellation, geometric forms, and illusion can be applied to a variety of classroom topics.

Appointments are required for all school groups.
To schedule a visit please contact Johanna Guttmann at or call 917-882-8111.

Grade Levels:
Group Type: school and class visits, after school programs, STEM/STEAM
Disabled Access:


Program Type:

The works of Dutch Artist M.C. Escher are showcased in an interactive and monumental exhibition sponsored by the MC Escher Foundation, from June 8, 2018 through February 3, 2019 at Industry City in Brooklyn, New York. There are close to 200 original works by Escher (1898 – 1972)- a pioneering figure of 20th century art and a master of illusion and paradox. The exhibition highlights several Escher masterpieces including Hand with Reflecting Sphere, Relativity, Metamorphosis and Belvedere. Integral to the exhibition’s mission is to expose young people to the harmonious intersection of science, math and art. In furtherance of this mission, we are offering a STEAM educational opportunity for students of all ages speci cally geared to inspire both analytical and creative thinking in intellectually developing minds.

Admission/Tickets: School groups $6 per student
Length of Visit: approximately 45 min
Videos/DVDs Shown: The exhibition in interactive with instructional, interactive, and experiential videos and geometric learning experiences.
Reservations Needed: Yes, contact johanna at

DNR train stop at 36th Street and 4th Avenue (1 express train stop from Barclay's)

Nearby Attractions: Nearby Attractions: game room at Industry City, food court at Industry City, Greenwood Cemetery
Mission Statement:

Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898 – 1972) is world renowned for his enigmatic sketches and paradoxical designs, executed with incredible detail and mathematical precision to create and construct impossible worlds. Escher had a natural intuition for mathematical drawings, and was captivated by repeating patterns of interlocking tessellations, and the paradoxical representations of infinity. Exploring the intersection between art, mathematics, science, and poetry, Escher’s works have fascinated and astounded generations of artists, architects, mathematicians, musicians, and designers alike.