Tuesday, October 4th, 2016

Storefront for Art and Architecture

97 Kenmare, New York, NY

 

#membershipdinner     @storefrontnyc

 

Storefront’s annual membership dinner brought together 100 of the organization’s highest level members, which include many celebrated and innovative voices in art, architecture, design, philanthropy, and urban development, at Storefront’s iconic gallery space, designed by Steven Holl and Vito Acconci in 1993. 

 

The dinner took place during Work in Progress, which depicts alternative visions of ongoing construction sites throughout New York, and transforms 97 Kenmare into a new a space of reflection and critique to current development practices and the architectures that build them. Work in Progress is curated by POWERHOUSE in collaboration with Storefront for Art and Architecture, with photography by Naho Kubota, and design by PARA Project.

 

Letters to the Developer

This year Storefront presented a private preview of a new project that commissions letters from architects, critics, and policymakers about exceptional acts by developers that make positive contributions to public life. To read more about Letters to the Developer, see here.

 

Reserved Seating
Storefront’s annual Membership Dinners are open to members contributing at the Action Benefactor level or above. To become an Action Benefactor member, in order to join us next year, please contact Andrew Emmet at 212.431.5795 or ae@storefrontnews.org