We spend most Thursday evenings in New York City’s Chelsea district moving through the crowds at the art openings. I never bring the camera because it is a horrible time to photograph artwork. Last night was a change and I lugged the trusty digital single-lens reflex. The visual evidence collected may serve to remind those that haven’t been in a while, encourage those that have been thinking about going and educate those that would never go. Sixteen openings to hit in two hours means we were moving pretty quick and it was rare that I held still to take the photographs.
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Photos: Scott Lickstein