My photography at the Chelsea Hotel investigates the power of place, and social and physical borderlines. The Chelsea is where I have felt the most comfortable being an artist since there was an accepting atmosphere. I lived there for the past 20 years. These photographs and stories are a journey through some of it’s past and present, and we can only imagine its future as the hotel is closed for renovations through 2017.
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