We believe that less is more, but a 100 square foot art gallery? According to the New York Times, that is where Julia Trotta hangs her art.
Fake Estate, as Ms. Trotta calls it, began life as a utility closet for a photographer's studio in the Chelsea Arts Building. The photographer adopted three children from Ethiopa and eventually left the city, Ms. Trotta said, but kept his studio. The closet was advertised as a storage area, she said, for $650 (now $725). "When I took it, the janitors were poking fun at me and that's how I found out" ::New York Times