polished Gehry


The old Chelsea confronts the new: The faded remainder of a painted twentieth-century advertising sign for a popular auto body polish faces the sparkling highlights of a nearly-completed Frank Gehry building on the West Side Highway. The top of the painted brick facade of the Anton Kern Gallery fills the bottom of the picture frame.

Did you noticed that the ugly Frank Gehry building had some of it's windows or skin placed by accident upsidedown.

No, Marc. But, hey, we're none of us perfect.

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Published on September 5, 2006 11:39 PM.

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