Jessica Iavazzi writes in The Columbia Journalist:
On an unusually cool summer evening, the Chelsea Art Walk brought what an organizer estimated to be more than several hundred people to the galleries in the arts district—from creative 20-somethings to older married couples, seasoned collectors to British tourists.
One of the most popular events was “Flying Henry,” which featured photographs of Rachel Hulin’s toddler son seeming to float in mid-air. Hulin’s first solo show at ClampArt drew over 250 visitors to a gallery that traditionally sees little traffic on a Thursday evening in the summer.
The Chelsea Art Walk, started in 2010 by Alyssa Menegat of Jenkins Johnson Gallery and Catherine Wyatt, formerly with ClampArt, began as an effort to bring patrons to the gallery district during the quiet summertime.