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Storefront for Art and Architecture

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WWSF – Proposals for WorldWide Storefront – Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York

Storefront for Art and Architecture announces a call for proposals for WorldWide Storefront (“WWSF”), a new initiative to provide a simultaneous, multi-locus of alternative spaces around the globe and a digital platform for the expression and exchange of latent desires within contemporary art and architecture practices. WorldWide Storefront is a mode of action; its aim is to unveil, … Continue reading

The Ginger Island Project: Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York. 11-13 November 2011

In 1961 Asger Jorn proposed an experimental city, to be named Utopolis, located on an uninhabited island off the south coast of Italy. This related to Contant Niewenhuys and the Situationists’ programme of ‘unitary urbanism‘ and participation in random and contrary approaches to urban living involving psychogeography, detournement and industrial painting, in opposition to a … Continue reading

Sacred Spaces in Profane Buildings a New York Archive: Storefront for Art and Architecture. 14 September – 5 November 2011

Storefront for Art and Architecture presents Sacred Spaces in Profane Buildings a New York Archive. A collective project curated by Matilde Cassani that unveils the hidden spaces within New York dedicated to the different beliefs of its citizens – profane buildings transformed into the sacred: private shrines; new bespoke religious buildings; and unofficial spaces for prayer. As part of … Continue reading