About This Work

When you say "New York" and you say "Art", you immediately think "The Chelsea Hotel". Source of much of the 20th century American art, from Dylan Thomas to Bob Dylan, Andy Warhol and Patti Smith, everything that happened in New York happened at the Chelsea Hotel. Immortalized by Leonard Cohen, if any place shouts "Art", it is The Chelsea. The photographer himself stayed there, and this photograph shows the dichotomy of art versus the stark reality of life in New York.


11x14" or 12x18" Giclée print, Ready to Frame - limited edition of 500 prints – $45

11x14" or 12x18" Giclée print, Framed - same limited edition of 500 prints – $99

20x30" Acrylic - limited edition of 100 prints – $479

30x40" Acrylic - limited edition of 50 prints – $749

Other formats available on request—please enquire.

Chelsea Hotel

Limited Edition

About The Artist

Michael Willems is an internationally known award-winning photographer. His creative vision is shaped by his experiences: having worked in 49 countries, he sees beauty in everyday situations and is passionate in sharing it.