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Tag Archives: Counter/Culture
We’ll all miss seeing Jim & Karla Murray’s “Counter/Culture” exhibit in the Independence Community Gallery (the show came down this week) – but never fear! You can see more of their amazing storefront photography in their new book “Store … Continue reading
The rumors are true! We’re extending the Public Perspectives exhibition Counter/Culture: The Disappearing Face of Brooklyn’s Storefronts. If you haven’t yet seen Karla and Jim Murray’s photographs of mom & pop shops in Brooklyn or their gorgeous new book Storefront: … Continue reading
A film from our exhibit Counter/Culture, curated by James and Karla Murray, is included in this festival!