A large crowd of design and art aficionados gathered at the Printing House condos last night for a photo exhibit mounted by famed A-list photographer Patrick McMullan. Dubbed “The West Village Through the Lens of Patrick McMullan”(appropriate for the building’s Hudson Street location), the exhibit features 10 never-before-seen photographs taken by McMullan between the late 1970s through today. All photos, which are now on display inside the condo’s sales office, are for sale with prices set at $3,500 or $5,000 per print.
As opposed to the photographer’s red carpet and out-on-the-town work, these photos show a different side of his repertoire. Selections include a black and white print of the 8th Street and Fifth Avenue intersection, steam clouding a street traffic light, even a shot of legendary pop artist Andy Warhol and friends en route to a birthday party.
“I always enjoy showing things I’ve done that are unexpected,” McMullan told LLNYC.
The evening also served to debut a new model unit inside the building–a three-bedroom, two-bathroom spread that’s listed for $4.75 million. It was outfitted by designer Scott Sanders, and each item inside the unit is also for sale. The look of the home has a modern meets antique flair, which Sanders said he had fun assembling.
“It’s always nice to hear people talk about your work,” he said.
See photos from the event below. — Zachary Kussin