A day in Chelsea – New York

A stroll in the artistic district of New York City.

Once a major trading center for retail, the Chelsea district now vibrates to the rhythm of prestigious art galleries emerging from former warehouses, trendy restaurants and clubs where it is good to party. An eclectic, artistic and contrasting neighborhood, Chelsea is definitely worth a visit.

To lose the north …

To put it simply, Chelsea is in the game Midtown de Manhattan. It is bordered to the south by the Meatpacking District, to the north by Hell’s Kitchen, to the west by the Hudson River and to the east by the Flatiron District.
Basically, the neighborhood stretches between W 14th Street and W 29th Street, and between 5th Avenue and the Hudson River.

Culture side

With over 200 art galleries, that is to say the largest concentration of galleries in the city, the district has become a world reference in the field of contemporary art. The galleries are located mainly towards 20th Street and offer vernissages on Thursdays. Please note, most are closed on Mondays.

Chelsea Galleries

Do not miss to take a look at the wonders of the Galerie Mary Boone, as well as that of