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Sanford Biggers at Paula Cooper GallerySanford Biggers at Paula Cooper Gallery
Sam Durant - Calcium Carbonate (la storia di ogni giorno)Sam Durant - Calcium Carbonate (la storia di ogni giorno)
Rainroom by rAndom International at Barbican LondonRainroom by rAndom International at Barbican London
Olafur Eliasson at Tanya Bonakdar GalleryOlafur Eliasson at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
Huang Yong Ping at Gladstone GalleryHuang Yong Ping at Gladstone Gallery
Goshka Macuga at Andrew Kreps GalleryGoshka Macuga at Andrew Kreps Gallery
Henry Moore at Gagosian, 21st StreetHenry Moore at Gagosian, 21st Street
Glenn Ligon at Lurhing Augustine GalleryGlenn Ligon at Lurhing Augustine Gallery
Doug Aitken at 303 GalleryDoug Aitken at 303 Gallery
Tatzu NishiTatzu Nishi
Discovering Columbus
Charles Ray at Matthew MarksCharles Ray at Matthew Marks
Carl Andre at Paula CooperCarl Andre at Paula Cooper
Sanford Biggers at Paula Cooper GallerySanford Biggers at Paula Cooper Gallery
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Art Travels: Chelsea after Sandy with Andrea Hazen

By Andrea Hazen

January 25, 2013

Whitewall is delighted to present our second edition of “Art Travels” by Andrea Hazen. In this edition, Hazen visits Chelsea post Sandy and London.

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Sanford Biggers at Paula Cooper GallerySanford Biggers at Paula Cooper Gallery

Hurricane Sandy hit New York City hard this past fall, including Chelsea and its galleries. I was worried about what I’d see walking through Chelsea after the devastation, but I was happy to discover that most galleries had rebounded and were up and running very quickly. There were only a few signs of Sandy by the time the galleries had reopened their shows. It’s a testament to the will of New Yorkers to not let a natural disaster bring them down.

A couple of shows in my art travels particularly put a smile on my face in these gloomy times. “Discovering Columbus” by Tatzu Nishi in New York and the “Rain Room” by rAndom International at the Barbican in London were especially inspiring.

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Sam Durant - Calcium Carbonate (la storia di ogni giorno)Sam Durant - Calcium Carbonate (la storia di ogni giorno)

Now, more than ever, art has been a bit of reprieve and provided wonderful moments of joy in an otherwise topsy-turvy autumn filled with bad news.

Hazen is a New York–based art consultant and founder of Hazen Partners Art Advisory. She has been working to build private and corporate collections for nearly 20 years. Hazen has also consulted with major brands on special projects. An expert in contemporary art, she travels the world for her clients to find the best works of art to fulfill their needs. As a natural continuation of her endless journeys through the art world and her blog, sublimespy.com, she shares for Whitewall a glimpse of the things her refined eye has identified in her continuous quest for art.

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