Professor Kyong Park mentioned in

Storefront for Art and Architecture Celebrates 30 Years of Breaking Barriers

ARTINFO on February 26, 2013

the corner of Kenmare and Cleveland place has been a point of overlap of many things: SoHo and Nolita for starters, then art and architecture, which is where it found its name. Architect Kyong Park founded the Storefront for Art and Architecture and co-ran it with his wife, Shirin Neshat, as an experimental “gallery and meeting place for designers and architects,” as Vito Acconci recently described it to ARTINFO, where “people go to see a conversation and end up talking to each other.”

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Professor Kyong Park
http://visarts.ucsd.edu/faculty/kyong-dong-park

Image credit:
Kyong Park. "Storefront for Art and Architecture," 2011
Photo by Brett Beyer courtesy of ARTINFO

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