Join us for a virtual talk with Jacquelyn A. Ottman, fifth generation family member and author of Ottman & Company: Meatpacking District Pioneers.
Through April 19th, the David Benrimon Fine Art Gallery presents Fernando Botero, an exhibition featuring a selection of paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by the internationally-renowned artist in honor of his 90th birthday.
The Meatpacking District's old slaughterhouses and meat packing plants have been replaced by designer shops, nightclubs, and swanky hotels, but it still holds plenty of secrets.
Discover the rugged soul of the Meatpacking District through filmmaker Gregoire Alessandrini’s short film “Meat Market 1993”. The New York
Nothing seems out of the ordinary as you approach the the convenience store, 8 till late, at the Standard Hotel; but in reality — everything is made of felt.
Known as the last hourly-rate hotel in New York, and certainly the most famous, The Liberty Inn is not a hotel people sleep in, in the strictest sense.
Today's Meatpacking District is a far cry from the seedy desolation that dominated the area in the 1980s. A new photo book by Brian Rose documents the changes.
Jeff Cowen's photographs of sex workers in the Meatpacking District during the 1980s show a community that has since been pushed out of the neighborhood.
One of the earliest people to see potential in the Meatpacking District was perhaps John Jacob Astor, who bought large portions of it in the early 19th century.
Gregoire Alessandrini's photos from the 1990s of NYC's Meatpacking District shows the gritty, industrial place it once was.