Storefront, the essential Bushwick gallery that featured "The Joe Bonham Project: An Exhibition curated by James Panero," will stay in Bushwick after a change in ownership. From The New York Observer:

After a two-year run, the Storefront gallery, on 16 Wilson Avenue, will close its doors on Dec. 18, Benjamin Sutton reports in L Magazine.

Partners Jason Andrew and Deborah Brown are parting ways. Ms. Brown has signed a new two-year lease for the space, and will operate it under the name Storefront Bushwick, while Mr. Andrew will continue to operate his Norte Maar nonprofit, which organizes interdisciplinary art projects.

Storefront hosted an impressive, varied range of exhibitions, including groups shows curated by artists Jules de Balincourt and William Powhida and writers James Panero and Hrag Vartanian, as well as a memorable one-person show by Greg Kwiatek.

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