The list of the artists, writers, musicians and sundry other creative types who have lived at the Chelsea Hotel is staggering: Bob Dylan, Charles Bukowski, Patti Smith, Robert Mapplethorpe, Janis Joplin, Larry Rivers…
So, apparently, is the list of artworks that have disappeared from its walls over the years.
Director and Upper East Side resident Wes Anderson is hard at work fixing up a semi-raw 5,700-square-foot loft in the East Village that he bought from the estate of Pop artist and downtown art-scene habitué Larry Rivers late last year.
Mr. Anderson paid $1.7 million for Rivers’ gargantuan condo. The apartment takes up the entire Read More