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    Chelsea, Hudson Yards
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    It’s a beautiful morning. How Are You neighbors?!
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  • Good morning Chelsea! 😆 🏳️‍🌈
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  • The best gallery in town. https://www.davidzwirner.com/galleries
    Yayoi Kusama - Festival Of Life, New York, New York 10011, United States
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5 West 23rd Street, Deer Park, NY 11729
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  • Art from an African-American point of view, Nicola Vessel gallery, is an exhibition not to be missed. https://nicolavassell.com "Winged, pinned, and disembodied, Orupabo’s most recent collaged images confront the history of generational, discriminatory trauma and simultaneously offer recuperative possibilities"
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    Les Ateliers Courbet, 134 10th Ave, New York, New York 10011, United States
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  • Again in Chelsea the Tomas Saraceno exhibition is not to be missed, in one of the best New York galleries!! Tanya Bonakdar Gallery is pleased to present Silent Autumn, a solo exhibition of new works by Tomás Saraceno on view in New York from February 12 through March 26, 2022. Saraceno invites participants to attune to the intricacies of our entanglement with human, nonhuman and elemental forces. Across a spectrum of perceived realities and through works that connect differently with other beings and phenomena, Saraceno highlights how a considered co-existence encourages new ways of living together, while giving space to existing equitable collaborations with the atmosphere and wider environment.
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    Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, 521 W 21st St, New York, New York 10011, United States
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  • To escape from everyday life and perceive space and our body I recommend visiting this incredible exhibition. On Manhattan’s west side, The Shed brings together established and emerging artists to create new work in fields ranging from pop to classical music, painting to digital media, theater to literature, and sculpture to dance. FEB 11 – APR 17 A large-scale exhibition and sensory experience with spiderwebs, air, and the cosmic web,
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    The Shed, 545 W 30th St, New York, New York 10001, United States
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  • If you are someone who is looking for an AMAZING grocery shop in Chelsea, Trader Joe's is the best grocery store I've ever shopped in. Everything is cheap and delicious. There are tons of convenience stores on every block, great for buying toothpaste or a midnight snack. There are numerous food alternatives available, ranging from decadent fast food indulgences to organic and vegan selections. The streets are fairly easy to traverse, and if we have any queries, there are always individuals happy to assist us and answer our questions. It's a vibrant, fast-paced neighborhood that's ideal for anyone who lives a similar lifestyle! Step inside and you'll find unconventional and interesting products in the Trader Joe's label like Mandarin Orange Chicken and Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate, as well as everyday basics like milk, eggs, and fresh produce. We are a good source for great cheeses (and great beers to go with them!), and we offer a vibrant selection of fresh flowers. Most importantly, they offer all of our delicious, quality products at the very best prices and the staff is always friendly and engaging. I always find up talking about life and other issues with the cashiers. hahaha :) I really like the Meat Lasagna, which costs $5.99 for a good-sized family box. My second favorite is the Beef Tamales, which cost around $3.49 for two. Most nights, I stop here to purchase dinner and use the restroom before boarding the train home. I'd say it's definitely worth a visit.
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    MaximEyes Optical, 200 W 24th St, New York, New York 10001, United States
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  • Chelsea is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been to. It's a fantastic area to live in. It's quiet and there aren't many crimes in the area. It is risk-free! The cops can be seen patrolling the neighborhood. One of my favorite parts of Chelsea is its location, which is halfway between downtown and midtown. Wherever one lives in Chelsea, they will be close to 34th Street and the piers. If you live between the 9th and 8th avenues, you may walk to the piers, which are only two blocks away. This area is one of the most splendid I have spent my time in. There are so many wonderful places to dine and buy in the area. Fun events like trivia night, infinite brunch options, and tasty meals for all budgets can be enjoyed at bars. There are countless meal alternatives available, ranging from your decadent fast food indulgences to organic and vegan selections. The streets are fairly easy to traverse, and if you have any queries, there are always individuals happy to assist and answer them! It's a vibrant, fast-paced neighborhood that's ideal for anyone who lives a similar lifestyle! EVERYTHING IS IN YOUR HANDS AND VERY EASY TO LIVE. I LOVE THE OPPORTUNITIES RIGHT THERE.
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    30 Hudson Yards, 30 Hudson Yards, New York, New York 10001, United States
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  • I went to Chelsea High School for the last four years of my life. Hudson Yards is incredible! I have a lot of respect for this area. It not only has a welcoming atmosphere, but it is also jam-packed with events and chances. Chelsea shows a type of livelihood, whether it's wandering the High Line on balmy spring mornings or having a wonderful meal with friends. As I went past magnificent townhouses and identified with art at museums like the Whitney, it became a home for me. In the hectic city of Manhattan, you have the Highline, where you may escape into a scenery of trees, shrubs, and plants while listening to birds sing. A fantastic location for taking photographs, as well as free seminars and entertainment. The Vessel, Shed, Mall, Chelsea Market, Google... are all places that will take your breath away. You may also take a relaxing stroll down the Hudson River, where you can choose from a variety of boat trips, visit the Intrepid Museum, tour New Jersey, or go row boating or kayaking. You're close to 34th and 42nd Streets, where you can shop, eat, see Broadway performances, and see movies... There is so much to do!!!
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    Zara, 20 Hudson Yards Lvl 3, New York, New York 10001, United States
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