Storefront Marketplace

September 26 – November 21, 2014

Curated by Sandra Teitge and Christina Green (collaborator in Thessaloniki)


Storefront Marketplace infiltrates itself into three different largely unnoticed market environments run by underrepresented communities. Starting at a Hmong market in St. Paul, Minnesota, it travels to Thessaloniki, Greece and integrates itself into the city’s urban fabric and multi-layered, multi-cultural history. It then moves to an old restored indoor market in Berlin, Germany. Its interest lies in investigating and experimenting with the marketplace as a space for exchange through performances, food, sound, and objects. An artist run program of films, lectures, performative interventions, radio programs, and culinary events engages and addresses large, central civic constituencies. 


Featured artists and participants: Pauline Beaudemont, Hana Erdman, Jasmin Ihrac, Atalya Laufer, Emeka Ogboh, Ece Pazarbasi, Emily Stover, Fres Thao, Agustina Woodgate with Pao Houa Her, University of Minnesota College of Design, and many other local artists and architects.


Supported by: Pro Helvetia, Schweizer Kulturstiftung and Foundation for Contemporary Arts


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