By Katarina Hybenova
Storefront is not shutting down! We connot be happier that the news about Storefront shutting down turned out to be inaccurate! One of the Bushwick’s most significant galleries will remain on the Bushwick art map also in 2012!
Storefront’s co-founder Deborah Brown informed us that the space just renewed the lease agreement at its current location 16 Wilson Ave, Bushwick. The gallery will close down for couple of weeks on December 18, and will resume its activities under the solo lead of Deborah Brown and with a new name ‘Storefront Bushwick’ in the new year. The 1st art show of Storefront Bushwick in 2012 will feature the works of Gary Petersen and Halsey Hathaway in the front gallery and paintings by Rob de Oude in the back room. However, on December 9, the gallery will host Opening/Closing party presenting works of Deborah Brown, Hermine Ford, Suzanne Goldenberg, Cooper Holoweski, Andrew Hurst, Norman Jabaut, Mary Judge, Greg Kwiatek, Justen Ladda, Amy Lincoln, Kevin Regan, and Austin Thomas. Don’t miss it!
Storefront was co-founded in 2009 by important Bushwick figures artist Deborah Brown and curator Jason Andrew, and have been extremely successful in bringing the attention of the art world to Bushwick.