Check Out This Time Lapse of Seward Park Art Installation "Mom-and-Pops of the LES"

Photographers James and Karla Murray have turned their popular photobooks Store Front and Store Front II into a physical public art installation in the Lower East Side's Seward Park. The installation has large printouts of the vanished mom & pop storefronts placed onto physical structures. In this short video from 6sqft, see how it all came together.

This time-lapse video shows iconic "Storefronts of New York" photographers James and Karla Murray installing their art piece "Mom-and-Pops of the LES" in Seward Park. The installation depicts four nearly life-size photos of Lower East Side business that have mostly disappeared--a bodega, a coffee shop/luncheonette (the recently lost Cup & Saucer), a deli (Katz’s), and a newsstand (Chung’s Candy & Soda Stand).

via 6sqft

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Matt enjoys exploring the City's food scene with his Wife and the outdoors with their dog. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time eating, running, and working on cool stuff.

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