If you love photography and hip hop, you’ll want to check out this pop-up experience by Hasselblad celebrating “Contact High: A Visual History of Hip Hop,” a recently published book by culture and entertainment journalist Vikki Tobak that documents hip hop’s key influencers over a 40-year span.
Where? Hasselblad’s New York Experience Studio on 632 Broadway, Floor 2, NY, NY
When? January 28th-February 1st from 10am to 4pm, and from February 4th-13th the gallery will be available by appointment only.
Cost? Reservations to attend the free event can be made at hasselblad.com/events.
What’s on Display? On display will be images made with various Hasselblad cameras from Janette Beckman, Danny Clinch, Armen Djerrahian, George Dubose, Jamil GS, Danny Hastings and Jayson Keeling. The interactive experience will provide a unique look into the photographer’s creative process through rarely-seen contact sheets and give visitors the opportunity to see selected printed images from the book, including photographs of Salt-N-Pepa, Jay-Z and Run DMC, amongst other high-profile artists.
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