Exploring Chelsea On Foot: An Afternoon of Art & Architecture
February 26, 2016
I found myself at a client’s office in Chelsea (NYC) yesterday and couldn’t help but walk up and down the streets, reminiscing about the 14 years I lived there. The neighborhood has changed so much; Chelsea is now known as one of the centers of the city’s art world, with over 200 galleries in the neighborhood. If you are a fan of art and / or architecture, take a look. And, come visit.
So here is my day, in-between clouds and some sprinkles and 50 degree temperatures.
During my stroll, I visited one of my favorite galleries to see a photographer’s work I admire. I had a chance to watch them prepare the installation. If you are down in this area, visit Olivio Barbieri: Adriatic Sea at the Yancey Richardson Gallery on West 22nd Street. Love the fact he chose to shoot from a helicopter, something I’m doing soon myself. But his colors, and catching the dancing figures in the water, so excellent.
All photographs are taken by me, unless I have noted otherwise in the caption. I use my iPhone 6plus and Canon 5D III.
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