[Image: Glowing pavilion by Minsuk Cho, at the Storefront for Art and Architecture, NYC].
New York’s Storefront for Art and Architecture today kicks off nearly a month’s worth of events, in celebration of the Storefront’s 25th anniversary. The list of speakers is long and well-curated; they’ll be speaking inside Minsuk Cho’s pavilion, in Petrosino Park, and the nightly events will last until October 16.
So if you’re in New York, you now have something to do every night for the next 26 days. Be sure to stop by.
(The Storefront for Art and Architecture, of course, also hosted Postopolis!)
4 thoughts on “A Pavilion in New York”
Petrosino Park is the name of two places in New York. Can you give a better clue as to this location?
Unless I’m wrong, Petrosino Park is the little triangle of land just to the left of the red arrow in this map. The red arrow, incidentally, is the Storefront for Art and Architecture.
It’s on Lafayette Street @ Kenmare Street. Closest stop is Spring Street on the 6.
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