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No Longer Empty in the Wall Street Journal

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Manon Slome, the former curator of the Chelsea Art Museum in Manhattan, has come up with a creative solution for the city’s mounting number of empty storefronts: turn them into sidewalk showrooms.

Her first “No Longer Empty” show opens Thursday in two formerly vacant storefronts at Hotel Chelsea that had been occupied by Capitol Fishing Tackle and Chelsea Healing, a natural healing service.

Works by 21 painters, photographers and other artists will be on display in the space, which is being provided free of charge.

Ms. Slome, who says her idea was inspired by a spring walk past empty shops on Madison Avenue, is planning shows in three other locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
—David Graham

Printed in The Wall Street Journal, page C6


No Longer Empty

NO LONGER EMPTY is a group of curators and artists who present thought provoking exhibits in empty store fronts.

Our first exhibit is at the storefronts at the
Hotel Chelsea
Opening June 18 6pm - 9pm
222 w 23rd st NY NY
June 19 - July 18 Wed - Sat 11am - 6pm

Please join us in a space transformed by ‘The Ship of Fools’ installation - a show within a show, curated by Michael Bevilacqua, also photographic works from Hotel Chelsea resident artists,
booths with art from our friends at Eyebeam among others. Window displays encrusted in salt and other surprises…

Curated by Manon Slome and Asher Remy-Toledo with Julian Navarro

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