HoursTues. – Sat. 11:00AM – 6:00PM
Closed Sunday and Monday
Through exhibits, performances, artist talks, publication, and conferences, the Storefront for Art and Architecture works to advance innovative thinking in art, design, and architecture. The non-profit gallery was founded in 1982, and in 1993, its home base on Kenmare Street underwent a renovation to create a unique ground-floor exhibition space. The space has movable hinged facade panels that can be opened and closed to create different degrees of accessibility to the street and public. The triangular interior makes for an incredibly interesting display space, with it tapering from 20 feet to 3 feet. Storefront’s building, widely regarded as a contemporary architecture landmark, draws just as many visitors, if not more, as its exhibitions. Artists are encouraged to engage the space in their exhibits, with shows ranging from single artist site-specific installations to group shows examining new technologies and the forces that shape our environment.