The Great Ruins of Saturn

by Alvaro Urbano

 

Opening: Dec 4th, 5-7 pm [RSVP]
On View: Dec 8th–Feb 26th (Closed Dec 23rd–Jan 1st)
Gallery Hours: Wed–Sat, 12-6 pm

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Closing Event: Something Broke

 
Friday, November 5th, 2021
97 Kenmare Street
New York, NY
 
Silkscreen station: 4 – 7 pm
Virtual performance by Mariela Scafati: 4:30 pm ET
 
$25 requested donation per attendee; free for members of Storefront (entry includes t-shirts/tote bags for printing)
 
This event marks the closing of Something Broke: 2011–Windows–2021 by Mariela Scafati. Attendees are invited to learn the method of silkscreening in order to print on t-shirts and tote bags with an original design by Scafati (pictured above). A live virtual performance by the artist, Kamishibai Windows, will be screened from inside the gallery space.
 
Read more here.
 
RSVP here. (Non-members: to confirm attendance, make the requested donation or join our membership program).

Sandfuture

With Justin Beal and Felicity Scott

 

Tuesday, September 21st

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

 

97 Kenmare Street

New York, NY

 

Sandfuture by Justin Beal is a work of literary non-fiction that recounts the life and work of architect Minoru Yamasaki, told through the eyes of a contemporary artist who considers how objects gain meaning and how (and for whom) architectural history is written. Join us for a book launch featuring artist and author Justin Beal in conversation with scholar Felicity Scott.

 

Read more here.

 

RSVP here.

Something Broke: 2011–Windows–2021

By Mariela Scafati

 

July 29th–Nov 6th, 2021

Wed–Sat, 12:00 – 6:00 pm

 

97 Kenmare Street

New York, NY

 

“The body, fluid barricade,” states one of 60 monochrome posters hand-painted by artist Mariela Scafati in shades that range from militant red to wild pink. “A self portrait in reds and pinks,” offers Scafati by way of description. Something Broke is a diary of the personal and the collective, in the form of paintings that are both poems and protest signs. It’s a window into the artist’s body as a painter, a teacher, an activist, a queer silkscreener, and – as of recently – a mother. It’s a spectrum of visceral crimsons.

 

Learn more here.