New York February 17, 2020
The Art Installation In A New York Boiler Room That Will Put You In A The Heart Of A New Multidimensional Space
While making your way through New York and exploring all that this amazing state has to offer, you’ll find that some of our most jaw-dropping attractions happen to be ones that are hidden away in inconspicuous locations. Depending on how long you’ve been a reader with us here at Only In New York, you may remember the fact that you can find the
world’s largest kaleidoscope is actually tucked away inside of an old silo here in our state. Well, if you thought that was interesting then you’re going to be fascinated by what’s waiting for you inside of this historic boiler room. Take a look!
Located on the bottom floor of Chelsea Market, one of the most unique art installations is worth making the trip to Chelsea's gallery district.
Bringing the world's most intricate digital projection technology to New York, Artechouse originated in Washington D.C., going on to then open a space in Miami that became so popular it only made sense for their next location to be in the country's most populated city!
A digital art space that you'll never want to leave, thankfully a ticket to this exhibit grants you all-day access, although, once you leave you can’t re-enter.
After you're given information on the installation and the artist, you'll be given access to Artechouse where you'll arrive on the top floor.
It's here on the top floor of Artechouse that you'll be able to grab drinks from the bar that are even interactive through an app. Woah!
Make your way down the stairs and you'll find yourself in the heart of Artechouse, where a 6,000-square-foot boiler room beneath one of our state's most popular markets has been completely transformed into something that's so digitally dreamy.
Guests of Artechouse are welcome to hang out upstairs at the bar, or they can grab one of the cushions from downstairs to sit or lay on on the floor.
Featuring recastings of more than 3-million 3-D images of New York City...
...between February 5 and 23 of 2020 you can even dive into the Pantone color of the year - Pantone 19-4052 Classic Blue! Ready to grab the perfect selfie?
To find out more about New York's Artechouse and what it's like to experience this must-see floor-to-ceiling color spectrum,
Sunday through Thursday - 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday - 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
To find out more and to get your tickets to this year's Artechouse in New York, be sure to follow their official
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