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Members Tour at 101 Spring Street

Wednesday July 23, 2014

A guided tour of artist Donald Judd's Former Living and Working Space

Members Tour at 101 Spring Street
101 Spring Street © Judd Foundation. All rights reserved.

Member's Tour of artist Donald Judd's Former Living and Working Space

101 Spring Street

July 23, 2014

5:00pm


“The solution to social and political miseries is political action. Most people, including artists, don't want to act and that suits the various governments. Artists can and should object as artists but the real action is as a citizen among citizens."

–Donald Judd, 1973


Storefront for Art and Architecture is pleased to offer Storefront Members a private guided tour at 101 Spring Street, the former living and working space of artist Donald Judd.

 

Free for Storefront Members. RSVP is required on a first come, first serve basis. 


Storefront is no longer accepting RSVPs for this event. 

 

 

OfficeUS / VERNISSAGE / June 4-6, 2014

Wednesday June 4, 2014 – Friday June 6, 2014

Press Conference & Opening Events for OfficeUS

OfficeUS / VERNISSAGE / June 4-6, 2014
Photo by Nicolo Gemin.

OfficeUS Opening Bites Dinner

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On June 4, 2014, OfficeUS gathered distinguished guests, project supporters and team members, at InParadiso to celebrate the launch of OfficeUS. The dinner, created by OfficeUS Partners Cooking Sections, included a menu composed considering the realities of postwar America where the refrigerator, microwave and other modern conveniences were used as key ingredients to create bites of history inspired from the OfficeUS Repository. 

 

To view the full menu, click here

 

Photo by Tammy Shell.


OfficeUS Press Conference

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The press conference on June 5, 2014 included presentations by the U.S. State Department and the three curators of OfficeUS. The full OfficeUS team was introduced around the courtyard table designed by Leong Leong, the new open meeting room of the office in the Giardini. Following the press conference, OfficeUS hosted an Office Party to celebrate the launch of OfficeUS. 

 

 

Photo by Nicolo Gemin.

 

 

OfficeUS Mission Statement: Peggy Guggenheim Cocktail Reception

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On June 5th, a cocktail party with more than 1,000 guests took place at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection where everyone toasted the history of U.S. firms and the future that lies ahead with a specialty drink "the Guggenheim Effect" designed by OfficeUS Partners Cooking Sections. 

 

Who Owns The Guggenheim Effect? is a cocktail containing different spices, tomato, vodka and a piece of fresh Italian pasta cut with the shape of the Guggenheim Bilbao Museum, specially developed for the opening party of OfficeUS at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice. Recently, the Guggenheim Foundation threatened to sue an Italian chef in Bilbao for creating pasta in the shape of the elevation of their museum. The concept of our piece consisted of re-appropriating the appropriation of the image of a building. We brought it into the museum itself to open up the discussion about the ownership of cultural/architectural icons and their socioeconomic implications. In the glass, there was also a little flag reading the title of the intervention.  MakerBot was an incredible tool to produce the pasta cutters with a sharp edge and would like to keep on working with it in the future.

- Cooking Sections

 

 

About Cooking Sections

Based in London, Daniel Fernández Pascual and Alon Schwabe create new critical methods of mapping territories and urbanism through their trajectory of geopolitical cooking performances. After meeting at the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London, they founded Cooking Sections: a research-practice that cooks site-specific edible maps of boundaries, thresholds, events, buildings, architectures, landscapes, oddities and anomalies. Past performances have taken place at Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York; The Bartlett, London; Institut Für Raumexperimente, Berlin; dOCUMENTA(13); TEDx Talks, Madrid; Halle14, Leipzig; Polytechnic Architecture School ETSAM, Madrid; Fiorucci Art Trust, London amongst others. They have been associate residents participating in The Politics of Food program, at Delfina Foundation, London.


OfficeUS / WORKING SCHEDULE

Tuesday May 27, 2014

OfficeUS / WORKING SCHEDULE

Speechbuster Residency

Wednesday May 14, 2014 – Wednesday May 14, 2014

Inserting public discourse into private space

Speechbuster Residency
SpeechBuster, 2013. Pier 53

Storefront for Art and Architecture presents the Speechbuster Residency, a program which inserts public debate within private spaces and activates public discourse through a series of conversations, screenings and events negotiating between the performativity of the Speechbuster, contemporary issues in art and architecture, and the space it occupies. 

 

The Speechbuster makes its first stop at the Exhibition Space at RVA located at Rafael Viñoly’s New York downtown office. 

 

Its second stop will be in an OfficeUS Outpost Office located at 97 Kenmare as part of the OfficeUS project, the 2014 United States Pavilion at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition - la Biennale de Venezia in Venice, Italy.


 

About the Speechbuster Residency Program
The Speechbuster, commissioned by Storefront with the support of the Rauschenberg Foundation and designed collaboratively by architect Jimenez Lai and artist Grayson Cox, embarks on a journey through a series of stimulating spaces in New York City. For each residency, the performative, multi-function, multi-layer, Storefront gallery-sized table, inserts public debate within private spaces bringing the Storefront programming Series outside of the galley space. 
 
  

 

  • 1ST STOP /  Exhibition Space at  Rafael Viñoly Architects  / MAY 14th, 2014  

 

Located within the headquarters of Rafael Viñoly Architects at 50 Vandam Street in West SoHo, the exhibition space is a 2,450 square foot multi-function workspace with 25-foot ceilings. It regularly hosts meetings, lectures, workshops, events and temporary exhibitions.  About Rafael Viñoly Architects:  Founded in 1983 and based in New York City, Rafael Viñoly Architects is an internationally renowned firm with offices in London and Abu Dhabi. The firm has completed an unusually large number of diverse projects on five continents that range in scale from laboratory casework detailing to master planning. Over the past quarter century, the practice’s key trademark is the ability to reinvent institutional typologies and integrate the public realm into civic buildings.


 

  • 2ND STOP / 97 Kenmare OfficeUS Outpost / JUNE 17th, 2014

 

 

 

  • FUTURE LOCATIONS

 

If you are interested in partnering with Storefront for a SpeechBuster Residency Program, please send an email to info@storefrontnews.org with the Subject Line: Speechbuster Residency.



The Speechbuster is made possible by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation's Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.


Behind Tough Love: Member's Studio Visit with Sebastian Errazuriz

Wednesday April 16, 2014 – Wednesday April 16, 2014

A private tour for Storefront Members of artist-designer Sebastian Errazuriz's studio

Behind Tough Love: Member's Studio Visit with Sebastian Errazuriz

Behind Tough Love

Member's Studio Visit with Sebastian Errazuriz

April 16, 2014

6:30pm


Storefront for Art and Architecture is pleased to offer Storefront Members a private and casual tour of artist-designer Sebastian Errazuriz's studio in Brooklyn, New York on April 16th.

 

Tough Love , Storefront's current exhibition, is a solo exhibition by Sebastian Errazuriz and will close just days before this tour. The exhibition addresses some of the most pressing issues being faced in the United States today. 

 

The tour will begin at 6:30pm and refreshments, snacks and conversations on the role of the artist in contemporary culture will be offered. 

 

This tour is free for Storefront Members and a guest. If you are a Storefront Member and would like to attend, please send your RSVP to membership@storefrontnews.org. If you are interested in attending by becoming a member, click here.

 

If you have any questions, please email membership@storefrontnews.org. 


FUN-DA-MENTALS: 2014 Spring Benefit After Party

Tuesday March 11, 2014 – Tuesday March 11, 2014

 

FUN-DA-MENTALS

THE AFTER PARTY

 

Storefront's 2014 Spring Benefit

March 11, 2014

Capitale, New York

130 Bowery

9:00-11:30pm


FUN-DA-MENTAL I: Open bar 

FUN-DA-MENTAL II: MUSIC BY DJ Jon Santos, commonspace

FUN-DA-MENTAL III: YOU

FUN-DA-MENTAL IV: VENETIAN CHINA TOWN BANKING CHIC DRESS CODE

 

Storefront's 2014 Spring Benefit took place at Capitale in New York from 6:30-9:00pm. The event honored radical visionaries Meredith Monk & Olafur Eliasson and celebrated the selection of Storefront as the Commissioner of the US Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale. 




 

2014 Spring Benefit: On the Fringe (of Fundamentals)

Tuesday March 11, 2014 – Tuesday March 11, 2014

Honoring Meredith Monk & Olafur Eliasson

2014 Spring Benefit: On the Fringe (of Fundamentals)
Meredith Monk, Olafur Eliasson, Charles Renfro and Eva Franch during the Honoree Award Ceremony.

2014 STOREFRONT SPRING BENEFIT


ON THE FRINGE (OF FUNDAMENTALS)


MARCH 11, 2014

Honoring 

Meredith Monk and Olafur Eliasson

Cocktails, Hors D'Oeuvres and a Silent Art Auction

Capitale, New York

130 Bowery

6:30 - 9:00PM

 

Storefront for Art and Architecture’s 2014 Spring Benefit: On the Fringe (of Fundamentals) was a toast to Storefront’s appointment as the Commissioner of the U.S. Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale. 

 

In response to “Fundamentals: Absorbing Modernity,” Rem Koolhaas’ theme for this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale Storefront presented OfficeUS, an experimental project that investigates the contributions of US architecture offices over the last 100 years. On March11. 2014 we will celebrate the launch of this project and Storefront’s commitment to fearless work that reflects on fundamentals in art and architecture through the support of alternative practices. The event will take place at Capitale, the old Savings Bank headquarters on the Bowery designed by Stanford White, of McKim, Mead, and White, and built in 1893 in a Roman Classical Style. That night, On the Fringe will honor two fundamental figures for Storefront: Meredith Monk and Olafur Eliasson.

 

Silent auction featuring works by artists and architects including

Vito Acconci / Arktura LLC / Daniel Arsham / Atelier Van Lieshout / Erieta Attali / Brett Beyer / BroLab / James Carpenter / Mary Ellen Carroll / Todd Eberle / Sebastian Errazuriz / Terence Gower / Alexandra Grant / Ann Hamilton / Rachel Harrison / Virva Hinnemo / Steven Holl / Alfredo Jaar / Andrés Jaque / Natalie Jeremijenko / Louis I. Kahn / Jane Kaplowitz / Lisa Kereszi / Jon Kessler / Rem Koolhaas / Arcady Kotler / Sze Tsung Leong / David Levinthal / Christina McPhee / Paul Miller / Robert Montgomery / Shirin Neshat / Sarah Oppenheimer / Manfred Pernice / Tobias Putrih / Jon Pylypchuk / Pedro Reyes / Mark Robbins / Peter Scott / Denise Scott Brown / Kiki Smith / Jing Liu and Florian Idenburg/SO-IL / Mikhael Subotzky / Do-Ho Suh / Studio Drift / Stephen Talasnik / Zefrey Throwell / Janaina Tschape / Bernard Tschumi / Meyer Vaisman / Karin Waisman / Lawrence Weiner / Dustin Yellin / Andrea Zittel


Storefront thanks the 

Benefit Committee

 

Storefront Circle

Todd DeGarmo

Lauren Kogod and David Smiley

Robert M. Rubin and Stéphane Samuel

 

Storefront Council

Bloomberg

Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown

Diller Scofidio + Renfro

EvensonBest

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) 

Artur Walther

 

Benefactor

Arup

Carlos Brillembourg and Karin Waisman

Gensler

Michael A. Manfredi & Marion Weiss

Sara P. Meltzer

Miller Blaker

NRI

Sylvia Smith

Turner Construction Company 

 

Patron

1100 Architect, David Piscuskas + Juergen Riehm

Artek USA Inc.

Mahnaz and Adam Bartos

Bernsohn & Fetner LLC

Enrique Norten Architecture PC

Belmont Freeman

FXFOWLE Architects, LLP

Edmund Hollander

HWKN (HollwichKushner)

Marvel Architects

Perkins Eastman

William Prince / PARC Office

Reddymade Design

Douglass Rice

Snøhetta

Barbara Wilks

 

Sponsor

Michelle Addington

Alexander Gorlin Architects

Amale Andraos and Dan Wood

Amanda Angelini

Anonymous

Paola Antonelli

The Architect's Newspaper

Andrew Bartle

Laurie Beckelman

Nils and Maddy Burke-Vigeland

Susan Chin and Charles McKinney

Beatriz Colomina

Jane + John Comfort

Control Group

Cooper Joseph Studio

James Dart

Christina R. Davis

Kyle DeWoody

Keller Easterling

Karen Fairbanks and Scott Marble

Richard Flood

Hal Foster

Alexander Galán

Charles Gepp

Jeanne Giordano + Bob Frasca 

Richard Gluckman

Claudia Gould

Terence Gower

Cristina Grajales

Lisa J. Green

Peter Guggenheimer

Michael Haverland

Roya Khadjavi Heidari 

Steven Holl

Barbara Jakobson

Steven Incontro and David Joselit

Natalie Kovacs

Lydia Kallipoliti 

Andrew Laing

MADE Architecture

Margaret Sullivan Studio

Marian Goodman Gallery

Jennifer Marmon

Melissa Marsh

Mercedes A. Mestre

Edwin Meulensteen

Toshiko Mori

Musica Sacra

P.P.O.W

Spyros Papapetros

Margery Perlmutter

Lisa Phillips

Barbara G. Pine

Sandro Marpillero and Linda Pollak

Peter Reed

Charles Renfro

Anne Rieselbach and Grant Marani

Ronnette Riley

Fernando Romero

Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umemoto, RUR Architecture PC

Joel Sanders

Annabelle Selldorf

SO-IL

Galia Solomonoff

Betsy Sussler

Lybess Sweezy

Frederieke Taylor

Suzan Tillotson

Amanda Topaz

Bernard Tschumi and Kate Linker

Wayne Turett

Henry Urbach

Carol A. Willis

Mabel  Wilson

Karen Wong

WXY Architecture

ZERZA Architects

 

If you were unable to attend the event and would like to make a contribution to Storefront's 2014 Spring Benefit, please click below:


 

$UPPORT / from drama$ to dream$

Monday December 23, 2013

 



Make a 100% tax-deductible contribution before Dec 31st to Storefront for Art and Architecture's annual fund.

Click the DONATE button below.
 
OR SEND US A CHECK 

STOREFRONT FOR ART AND ARCHITECTURE
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See you in 2014. 

 



studio nāv and Nick Axel: Itinerary

Saturday December 21, 2013 – Saturday December 21, 2013

studio nāv and Nick Axel: Itinerary
ITINERARY, 2013.

December 21, 2013

4pm-5pm

By studio nāv and nick axel

 

To round off a 5-day residency for "Younger than Storefront" at Storefront for Art and Architecture and as part of the exhibition BEING, we invite you to take part in a final event hosted by the artists. A gathering centered around a rock and a text that records the journey across an ocean, through a city, and into an institution. Investigating movement and presence in the form of a spatial installation, a sound intervention, and a word performance.

 

Please join us for drinks and conversation.

 

Free and open to the public. 


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studio nāv : "anachronistic drift"
(1)5 days
the Atlantic Ocean, traversed in a cargo vessel. in-between: a deviant time-space.
the city of New York, an encounter. wandering.
a quarried rock, taken from its origin to another.
an error. a deviance. a weight.
a vessel of deep time. a resistance.
an acceptance. a bearing of indifference. a new instrument.

Nick Axel : “MAKING BEING DOING”
A residency.
To spend time in a place. To reside. To be, somewhere.
An intention. An invitation. A promise. A responsibility.

On the conditions of being and the subject of the institution.
A five part tale about the traversal of territorialized space.
Where does this journey get us? Will we ever get there? What is to be done along the way?


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This event is generously supported by the Royal Norwegian Consulate General.



CRITICAL HALLOWEEN 2013: CorporateAvantGarde

Thursday October 31, 2013 – Thursday October 31, 2013

Celebrating the most feared ghosts in art and architecture

CRITICAL HALLOWEEN 2013: CorporateAvantGarde
Critical Halloween 2013. Photograph by Tammy Shell.

 

CRITICAL HALLOWEEN

CORPORATEAVANTGARDE


CRITICAL HALLOWEEN

CORPORATEAVANTGARDE

 


October 31, 2013


9:30pm - Late


The Malt House / 461 West 126th St

 

Live music by Hess is More / 

DJ performance by Sergio Rebelo aka M Blanche / 

Dancing All Night / 

Open Bar / 

Costume Competition in partnership with Hyperallergic / 

Photos by Cameron Blaylock / 

 

Click HERE to view the winners of the 2013 Costume Competition.


Critical Firms

Belmont Freeman Architects

Diller Scofidio + Renfro

FR-EE 

HWKN

Terreform ONE

Toshiko Mori Architects

Weiss / Manfredi 

 

Committee Members

+POOL

Allied Works Architecture

Maria Aiolova

Lauren Altman

Felix Burrichter, PIN-UP

Colin Curley

Charles Curran

Liz Dimmit

Harrison Atelier

Andria Hickey

Sachi Hoshikawa

Nickie Huang

Merica May Jensen

Lydia Kallipoliti

Lauren Keady

Marc Kushner, HWKN, Critical Firm   

Jessica Knobloch

Kelsey Lents

Alda Ly

Michael Manfredi, Weiss Manfredi, Critical Firm

Alex Mustonen, Snarkitecture

Stephanie Pereira  

PlayLab

Charles Renfro, DS+R, Critical Firm

Fernando Romero, FR-EE, Critical Firm  

Ramses S. Serrano / Stribling & Associates

James and Hayes Slade

Troy Conrad Therrien

Steven Thomson

Alexei Tylevich

Melinda Wang

Christian Wassmann 

Marion Weiss, Weiss Manfredi, Critical Firm

Dong-Ping Wong, Family    

Karen Wong 

 

Sponsored by


  Dougs logo                 

 

Costume Competition in partnership with

 

 

Cocktails by 

 

Cruzen   Effen    Hornitos    

 

 

 

 

Hosted by

 







HOW TO GET THERE

HINT: CAUTION


(From downtown)

By Subway

Take express A or D train uptown. Videotape yourself and your friends on the subway in composite form and email videos to info@storefrontnews.org. Get off at 125th Street. Exist W 127th and St Nicholas Ave SW corner. Turn left and walk two blocks until 127th becomes 126th (ooooooh). Entrance on the right.

 

Tell the Cab

126th and Amsterdam. Walk east on 126th until you see composite figures entering a building on your left. Exit. 

 

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