BROOKLYN: “Holiday of Wonders” Oddities Flea Market curated by the gruesome twosome


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After the sudden death of the ‘Oddities’ scene, Ryan Matthew Cohn and Regina Marie Cohn realized that the odd culture of Brooklyn had been lost. Going into 2017, they decided to resurrect it at Greenpoint’s Brooklyn Bazaar by artfully curating a selection of the nation’s best artists and collectors of the odd and obscure, springing to life The Oddities Flea Market. Since its launch, the event has significantly grown bringing in new talent and hitting the road to captivate crowds all over the country, including recent events in Los Angeles and Chicago.

On Saturday, December 7 and Sunday, December 8, Brooklyn venue VILLAIN will be transformed into a one-of-a-kind market presenting delightfully unusual, obscure and rare oddities curated by Discovery Channel’s Oddities star and artist Ryan Matthew Cohn for The Oddities Flea Market’sHoliday of Wonders” event.

Oddities Flea Market – “Holiday of Wonders” (Brooklyn)

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Inside “Holiday of Wonders,” you’ll find 70+ vendors, including Ryan and his wife/executive producer Regina Marie Cohn, showcasing items for the purveyors of the macabre ranging from medical history ephemera, anatomical curiosities, natural history items, osteological specimens, taxidermy, obscure home decor, jewelry, one-of-a-kind dark/occult art and performances from the miniature magic act Suitcase of Wonders.

A portion of all ticket sales will be donated to the 501(c)3 non-profit dog rescue charity Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue who will also be on-site offering adoptions and accepting donations.


Sat. 12/7 & Sun. 12/8 from 12:00pm – 7:00pm

GA Pre-Sale tickets ((10 & under get in free):

VIP tickets, HERE.
**includes two-hour early admission (10 AM) & special VIP Oddities lounge with a cash bar

Ryan Matthew Cohn:

Ryan is best known for his educated opinions and consultation on the show Oddities. However, it is Ryan’s ability to prepare, create, craft, and provide unparalleled attention to detail in this subject matter that makes him a true artisan. It’s his stunning preparations, which have helped him in beginning to solidify a place in the fine art world. Ryan’s unique approach to the exploded skull has pushed his career from exploration and learning to create unique fine art commissions. Aside from his artistic accolades, Ryan specializes in rare and unique antiques and artifacts predominantly relating to science, anatomy, and natural history.

Regina Marie Cohn:

With an extensive background in fashion, Regina Marie Cohn runs the Oddities Flea Market, curates events at Brooklyn’s House of Wax Bar, and works with her husband Ryan buying, creating, restoring and selling one of a kind pieces of osteological work, antiques, and oddities. Regina’s eye for the strange and unusual brings the Oddities Flea Market to life.