Nested inside a tattered warehouse off the West Side Highway on 57th Street, there’s a “building-within-a-building,” aglow with milk-glass light bulbs, decorated in abstract paintings and stuffed with artist studios (and artists). Check it out before it’s gone.
Artist Dean Radinovsky built the 12 x 16 foot cinder block squat knowing it wasn’t permanent, but it had a good, two year run. Chapel Americana will be destroyed by the end of the month to make way for a school.
Will the other hosts of hidden art cubbies come out now?