Looking to explore exotic, unique artwork in someplace other than one of Manhattan’s overwhelmingly large art museums?
Trek over to Spanish Harlem, where world traveler Hector Castaneda has turned his humble one-bedroom apartment into a full-blown museum.
Castaneda has visited over 50 countries in the last 15 years and has filled his 500 square foot apartment with art, sculptures, furniture, tapestries, musical instruments, and masks from all of his travels.
With specially-themed rooms, Castaneda’s place is truly something special.
By: Nicole Trust | June 6, 2015