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Storefront Newsprints 1982-2009.
Grima, Joseph, et al.
Storefront Newsprints 1982-2009.
Shortly after Storefront for Art and Architecture was born in 1982, founding director Kyong Park began circulating what he described as a "newsletter" among the gallery's friends and followers. This newssheet, sent out by mail to a list of up to 3,000 people, served a dual purpose: as an update on exhibitions, events and programs in the gallery, and also as a "reader" of sorts, offering critical contextualizations to the exhibitions on display in the gallery. In the mid-Eighties, the newsletters evolved to acquire a precise format: large sheets of double-sided monochrome newsprint, folded down to the size of a postcard and distributed either by mail or for free in the gallery. Each show in the gallery has its own newsprint, and the tradition continues to this day Over time, the archive of Storefront's Newsprints grew to become the most complete historical documentation of the gallery's programs since its earliest days. This compilation reproduces over 154 newsletters, many of which contain otherwise unpublished texts by artists, architects and theorists such as Vito Acconci, Lebbeus Woods, Michael Sorkin, Beatriz Colomina, Michael Webb and Eyal Weizman, among others.

Category: Architecture, History & Theory
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 2 vols
Publisher: Storefront for Art & Arch.
Year: 2009
Publication Place: New York,
ISBN: 9780984361700
Book Id: 83801

Price: $49.00
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