In the mid 1960s, an old factory located at 404 East 14th street was transformed into the homes of one of New York's most creative artist communities. The massive building stretches across the entire city block and was once home to the likes of Claes Oldenburg, John Chamberlain and Larry Rivers. The most recent show at Tibor de Nagy Gallery honors the incredible work that was created by a number of generations of artists who inhabited the building. Although the artists represented in the show are aesthetically different, they all share a unique bound due to their shared experiences in this vibrant and inspiring location.
Images and text by Oscar Aladin Tiné