Art For Lunch: Our Graphic Designer Goes Gallery Hopping in Chelsea

It can be hard to get the creative juices flowing when you're working in an office all day long, staring at a screen. I recently took my lunch hour to stroll through a few of the galleries in Chelsea, on the hunt for inspiration. Here are a few of my favorite spots I stumbled upon:


A wall at the Leila Heller Gallery featured an array of pieces from Keith Haring, Basquiat, Tee Bee, Matt Trumino and Zigi Ben-Haim...


...a photograph from Nick Brandt’s “Across the Ravaged Land” at the Hasted Kraeutler Gallery showcased powerful images documenting the disappearance of East Africa’s wildlife...


...Cheim & Read hosted wonderfully displayed pieces by the San Francisco-based artist Barry McGee...
(All photos © Angelica Domingo)
...and last, but not least, I spotted The Sheep Station exhibit at the Getty Station. Francois Xavier Lalanne installed this public piece on September 17; it will be up until October 20. What has inspired you lately?
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