Founded in 1982, the Storefront for Art and Architecture is a nonprofit organization “committed to the advancement of innovative positions in architecture, art and design…Celebrating this year its 25th anniversary, Storefront remains one of New York’s only alternative platforms focusing primarily on architecture and the built environment.”
This year, Storefront is bringing the gallery beyond the confines of New York – a series of new Storefronts, described as Pop Ups, will host events and exhibitions in cities around the world, and then disappear. The first Pop Up opens April 11 in Los Angeles with Frédéric Chaubin’s CCCP-Cosmic Communist Constructions Photographed exhibit in a partially disused printworks space at 7176 Sunset Boulevard. The space is near our Studio on Beverly Boulevard. CCCP opened to critical acclaim in April, 2007, in Storefront New York, and will be on view in the Pop-up Storefront L.A. for five weeks.
Posted by Susie Cordes, Proprietor, Beverly Boulevard Studio