Manhattan bid goodbye to the Fulton Fish Market in November 2005 — although the last olfactory traces remained long after. Take a stroll through memory lane with Remembering Fulton Fish Market, an annual exhibition featuring watercolors by artist Naima Rauam.
Before it was relocated to the Bronx, Rauam could on many a pre-dawn morning be found in the market, sketching its (sometimes sketchy) characters. Her paintings will be on display at the South Street Seaport through November 22. The last day of the exhibition will also feature readings, stories, and films commemorating the bygone fish market.