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James and Karla Murray
Photograph: Courtesy of James and Karla Murray

This new free exhibition chronicles disappearing NYC storefronts

You've got until the end of the week to see it.

Anna Rahmanan
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Anna Rahmanan
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James and Karla Murray are New York City experts.

The husband-and-wife photography team has been capturing the city's constantly rotating mom-and-pop shops since the 1990s.

Almost three decades into their work—which is prominently featured on Instagram, as well—the duo has mounted a new, free exhibit at Village Works by the Bowery.

Dubbed "Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York" and running through this week, the exhibition features photos of both already-shuttered and still-open shops across town.

Below, check out some of the amazing photos that are part of the show.

James and Karla Murray
Photograph: Courtesy of James and Karla Murray
James and Karla Murray
Photograph: Courtesy of James and Karla Murray
James and Karla Murray
Photograph: Courtesy of James and Karla Murray

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