| 01 Feb 2016 | 03:07

“Flakes,” a new site-specific exhibit of hand-cut, origami paper snowflakes by Chelsea Hrynick Browne, is on view at the Sprint Flatiron Prow Art Space — a tiny, see-through gallery on the ground floor of the Flatiron Building. The artist likens New Yorkers to the flakes, each colorful sliver “unique, interpretive, elusive, quirky, beautiful. We are all flakes!” Through March 16.