Here’s part 2 of Chelsea! Part 1 can be found here. Ahem. So, the day after, we went back to Chelsea to see some galleries we missed the first time around. We went to some other places before that, though.
The last time we were in New York, this monument didn’t exist yet, so what we did see was Ground Zero. I love how this monument looks, like the inside of a tower, buried deep into the ground.
It is also close to the Shake Shack branch that has the shortest line.
I also bugged them to go to SoHo, because I had been able to see a bit of it when I met up with my friends—and they hadn’t—but it was perfect because we got to see the galleries that stayed in SoHo.
My sister wanted to check out the Central Perk pop-up that opened over at LaFayette just a few days before, but the line was so long, so we just hung around outside. And walked on over to Team Gallery.
Ryan McGinley, Team Gallery
This is… a very awkward exhibit to see with your folks, haha.
Cory Arcangel, Team Gallery
We then had the bright idea to ride to Chelsea and walked a ridiculous amount of steps… because we got off at the wrong, a.k.a. not the nearest, stop. There were lots of cool things to see, but by the time we got to Chelsea, we were so tired.
This is the highlight of my Chelsea visit:
Jacob Hashimoto, Mary Boone Gallery
Rachel Ann Hovnanian, Leila Heller Gallery
And another one of the neon signs by Rachel Ann Hovnanian. See if you can find me!
There was also a great tour bus lurking around the area during our visit.
And something that made me laugh an embarrassing amount.
On the way home, I saw this lady with this bag. :)