With a display worthy of its spot just three blocks from the new Whitney Museum and the High Line, a large-scale gallery by The William Kaufman Organization launched a publicly-accessible art gallery within its 2 Gansevoort Street office building in the Meatpacking District. Upon entering the lobby, guests will encounter two floor-to-ceiling, 7-by-12-foot illuminated art portals on the sides of the entrances and on the ceiling, as well as a massive 18-by-11-foot panel behind the lobby desk. This configuration allows visitors to visually immerse themselves in incredible outdoor locales. Commissioned photography is rotated every 6 months. Currently on display is Kevin McElvany’s exploration of the Salt Flats of Bolivia.
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