Storefront for Art and Architecture
Since 1982, Storefront has presented the work of more than a thousand architects and artists who challenge conventional perceptions of space - from aesthetic experiments to explorations of the conceptual, social and political forces that shape the built environment. Storefront creates an open forum to help architects and artists realize work and present it to a diverse audience in a program that includes an exhibition, film, publication, and conversation series.
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97 Kenmare Street
New York, NY 10012
News About Storefront for Art and Architecture
Storefront IS Hong Kong
From July 7 to 9, 2017, Storefront for Art and Architecture will present Storefront IS Hong Kong, a three-day series of events that take place in contested sites across the city of Hong Kong. Events seek to address the nature of urban public life, and to highlight the challenges and opportunities faced…
Definition Series: Resilience
In his Manifesto on Tensionism (1925), Frederick Kiesler declared that we must have "NO MORE WALLS," promoting instead "organic" architecture with an "elasticity of building adequate to the elasticity of living."
Drawing Series: A Line
On the occasion of the closing of Fast Buildings, Storefront presents Drawing Series: A Line. The program invites participants to draw a single, continuous line for seven minutes while articulating the ideas behind their drawing decisions.
Manifesto Series Part II: In Our Time - The Sharing Movement
Manifesto Series: In Our Time - The Sharing Movement, is a two-part series presented by Storefront for Art and Architecture and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Sharing Models: Manhattanisms
Sharing Models: Manhattanisms, on view at the Storefront for Art and Architecture from July 14, will feature 30 models by 30 international architects that represent various ways of reading, understanding, and analyzing the collective assets of urban life.
Measure at Storefront for Art and Architecture
To measure, to quantify the physical and intangible dimensions of a place, is to articulate facts in order to construct values. The pleasure and pressure to measure and be measured has become increasingly present in contemporary life.
Ideas City 2015: Street Architecture Competition
New Museum, Storefront for Art and Architecture, and NYC Department of Transportation have announced a competition for the design and construction of an outdoor structure - a work of "Street Architecture" that facilitates new forms of collective gathering and engagement with the city.