Counter/Culture Extended

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: The Disappearing Face of New York, make the time to visit, it’s really great.  Jim and Karla also photo-document grafitti in their book Burning New York and that’s how they fell into the Storefront project.  You can hear them talk about their work on the BHS podcast (also on iTunes).

Sady Sullivan

About Sady Sullivan

Sady Sullivan is Director of Oral History at the Brooklyn Historical Society.
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