The first exhibition of Linda Troeller’s photographs from her Schiffer book, “Living in the Chelsea Hotel” shot on her M-3 with new images shot on a Leica Q debuts at Leica Gallery, Los Angeles. The Chelsea Hotel has been an international meeting place where artists learned from each other and made contacts. There was always something going on – a film shoot by Milos Forman; Andy Warhol shot his movie, “Chelsea Girls,” in and around the El Quijote Restaurant; Christo sawed off his bathroom doorknob and incorporated it into an artwork now in the collection of the Hirshorn Museum- events...
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