At first glance, Chelsea’s newest art gallery, Honey Space could be mistaken for a temporary street art installation. Most people passing by wouldn’t register it as any kind of proper establishment – it looks more like an abandoned warehouse. Behind its doors, though, is an art space that subverts any kind of traditional gallery model, with its founder, Thomas Beale, taking a hands off approach to running the place. The gates are opened up at 11 and close at 6, and beyond that you’ll be lucky to find any kind of staff to answer questions, or even take your money. The honor system is in full effect here. If you want to purchase a piece of art, you give a call to the artist directly.

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