Tuesday night a reception will probably be held at Metropolis Corridor to kick off native photographer Nanda Rust’s newest exhibit that includes Chelsea Clock.
Metropolis Corridor acknowledged in a press launch: Now could be your likelihood to achieve an inside perspective by way of lovely pictures of one of many oldest and most beloved Chelsea companies — Chelsea Clock! Native photographer Nanda E. Rust had the pleasure of befriending the corporate and has change into their inside photographer. [The exhibit will showcase] pictures from the previous constructing on Everett Avenue, the transfer of the power, and an inside perspective of their new location on 2nd Road in Chelsea, [while featuring] portraits of staff, equipment, and the true workmanship Chelsea Clock has cherished and maintained for nicely over a century. There may also be collectors showcasing restricted historic Chelsea Clocks!
We’re excited and honored to have been chosen as the topic behind Rust’s lens.
“I selected Chelsea Clock to showcase at Metropolis Corridor for a number of causes,” says Rust. “First, I really like the little man. Massive-box corporations make me really feel unhappy and overwhelmed by their energy, their monopolies. What brings me pleasure is supporting small, native corporations and shops. Chelsea Clock is a type of corporations who nonetheless cares about their craftsmanship, their clients, and their finish product.”
“Portrait and documentation-style pictures is certainly one of my favourite combos,” says Rust. “Befriending the Chelsea Clock firm was a pure development and a simple alternative to do what I really like greatest.”
We hope you’ll come out to Metropolis Corridor to help two native impartial purveyors: photographer Nanda Rust and her completely satisfied topic for this exhibit, Chelsea Clock!