Tucked directly underneath the High Line in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood is the Chamber Gallery. The space is dedicated to unique works of art and design, ranging from million-year-old dinosaur fossils to a lunar rake used during astronaut training, to a holographic-looking daguerreotype of a lady’s private parts. This gallery is unlike any other I’ve seen in recent memory, and their website is pretty chill to navigate as well.
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