See artists at work in the heart of Chelsea.
July - August 2020
A Chelsea first: we've converted five High Line Nine storefront galleries into artist studios, giving the city the rare opportunity to see artists creating in the very Chelsea windows that normally display their finished pieces.
Free of charge, the public can walk through the High Line Nine corridor and see art as it's made (socially distanced, of course). Paintings can be purchased by scanning unique QR-codes, and art created during the residency will be exhibited in a group show produced by Sugarlift at High Line Nine. Several pieces will be displayed in select Related properties.
HL9 corridor is open to the public daily 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
(Artists set their own schedules, so follow along on Instagram!)
Nicolas V. Sanchez | Gallery 9.1
Vicky Barranguet | Gallery 9.2
Casey Baugh | Gallery 9.4
Luke Baggott | Gallery 9.5
Rubin415 | Gallery 9.6