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Upcoming Book Events:

STORE FRONT II: A History Preserved for Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Sixth Street Community Center
638 E 6th St New York, New York
Admission is Free. Please reserve in advance.
6:30 - 8:00 PM

www.gvshp.org
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Lower East Side Preservation Initiative: “Mom-and-Pop Storefronts and the Art of Vernacular Design: NYC’s Lower East Side and Chinatown”

Wednesday, May 18
Neighborhood Preservation Center
232 E 11th Street, btn. 2nd and 3rd Avenues
Admission is $12 / $10 LESPI members.
6:30-8:30PM

The event features speakers Thomas Rinaldi, author of New York Neon, and James and Karla Murray, authors of Store Front II: A History Preserved, New York Nights, and Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York. Their beautifully illustrated lectures will explore the history and aesthetics of mom-and-pop signage and storefronts in these most iconic neighborhoods.

For questions please contact info
@LESPI-nyc.org or 347-827-1846.

#SIGNGEEKS: Vintage Neon Photography

Museum of Neon Art (MONA) is featuring three of our neon sign photographs along with the work of 60 different Sign Geeks from around the world

#SIGNGEEKS exhibit runs from March 11- June 19, 2016
Opening reception is Friday, April 1, 2016

216 S. Brand Blvd.
Glendale, CA 91209
231.489.9918

www.new-neonmona.org


NEW YORK NIGHTS

Limited Edition Prints Available
Clic Gallery NYC
255 Centre Street New York, New York
212.966.2766

www.clicgallery.com

STORE FRONT at Lumas New York
Limited Edition Panoramas


www.lumas.com
WINNER OF GVSHP 2015 REGINA KELLERMAN AWARD
The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation
presented this award to us in recognition of our significant contribution
to the quality of life in Greenwich Village, East Village, and NoHo.

www.gvshp.org

Watch us accept our award here: www.youtube.com
INDEPENDENT SOURCES
On this edition of Independent Sources Sarah Pizon speaks with James and Karla Murray, who’ve been documenting the demographic shifts in the city through various communities changing storefronts. Segment starts at 19:24. (Taped 8-20-14)
YouTube Video


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LARGE-SCALE PHOTO INSTALLATIONS

Life-size to 3/4 Scale installations of our Store Front photographs include: Gawker Media Rooftop in NYC (left), Theater Basel in Switzerland and the East Village Community Coalition Rooftop
Fundraiser in NYC.