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eBook Hip Hop Files: Photographs, 1979-1984 ePub

by Martha Cooper,Akim Walta,Zephyr,Charlie Ahearn,FABEL,Patti Astor

  • ISBN: 3937946004
  • Category: Photography and Video
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Martha Cooper,Akim Walta,Zephyr,Charlie Ahearn,FABEL,Patti Astor
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: From Here to Fame (February 25, 2015)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1577 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1686 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 866

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Hip hop culture emerged from an environment of extreme deprivation and decay in the South Bronx, New York City. If you want a book that captures the Hip Hop History, this is one not to miss! Martha Captures it live.

Hip hop culture emerged from an environment of extreme deprivation and decay in the South Bronx, New York City. The concept of pure invention-of creating something from nothing-was in full effect at the end of the 1970s as graffiti ("borrowed" spray paint).

Martha Cooper has a reputation of being the first and foremost photographer of emerging Hip Hop culture in New York City. This book documents the beginning of the phenomenon now known as Hip Hop. Along with the photos are quotes and statements from the people appearing in them. From 1999 to 2003, Akim Walta tracked down the subjects and conducted numerous interviews obtaining insightful quotes and statements. Other members of the early Hip Hop scene, including Zephyr, Charlie Ahearn, Fabel and Patti Astor have contributed fresh essays to this growing body of Hip Hop history.

Other members of the early hip hop scene, including Zephyr, Charlie Ahearn, Fabel, and Patti Astor, contribute text and essays adding fresh data to the growing body of hip hop history.

Cooper, Martha; Walta, Akim; Zephyr; Ahearn, Charlie; Fabel; Astor, Patti. Hip Hop Files: Photographs 1979–1984. From Here to Fame (Powerhouse Books): 2004. Zephyr; Miller, Ken; Sutherland, Peter. Powerhouse Books: 2006. Bachor, Kenneth (20 April 2017). Preserving New York's History of Graffiti Art".

Martha Cooper has a reputation of being the first and foremost . This book documents the beginning of the phemen w kwn as Hip Hop.

Hip Hop Files: Photographs, 1979-1984

Hip Hop Files: Photographs, 1979-1984. Hip hop culture emerged from an environment of extreme deprivation and decay in the South Bronx, New York City. Other members of the early hip hop scene, including Zephyr, Charlie Ahearn, Fabel, and Patti Astor, contribute text and essays adding fresh data to the growing body of hip hop history.

Her book, HIP HOP FILES - Photographs 1979-1984, makes a significant part of. .The book includes a thoughtful introduction by ZEPHYR as well as essays by CHARLIE AHEARN; PATTI ASTOR and POPMASTER FABEL, participants in the early Hip Hop scene.

The book documents the beginning of the phenomenon, now known as Hip Hop. The publication of many of her photos in the early ´80s, disseminated the culture both at home and abroad.

Find nearly any book by Patti Astor. Hip Hop Files: Photographs, 1979-1984. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Martha Cooper, Akim Walta, Zephyr, Charlie Ahearn, FABEL, Patti Astor. ISBN 9783937946009 (978-3-937946-0) Softcover, From Here to Fame, 2015. Find signed collectible books: 'Hip Hop Files: Photographs, 1979-1984'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. com has become a leading book price comparison site

Her book, HIP HOP FILES - Photographs 1979-1984, makes a. The publication of many of her photos in the early ´80s, disseminated the culture both at home and abroad.

From 1999 to 2003, Akim Walta tracked down the subjects and conducted numerous interviews obtaining insightful quotes and statements. Martha Cooper has a reputation of being the first and foremost photographer of emerging Hip Hop culture in New York City.

Hip hop culture emerged from an environment of extreme deprivation and decay in the South Bronx, New York City. The concept of pure invention-of creating something from nothing-was in full effect at the end of the 1970s as graffiti ("borrowed" spray paint), breaking (cardboard as dance floor), and outdoor jams (electricity source: the base of street lights) captured the attention of urban youth, coalescing into new forms of artistic expression. Fortunately, photographer Martha Cooper was at the right place at the right time to document the people that created the music, dance, and art that became known worldwide. Cooper followed people who would one day become icons: the Rock Steady Crew, Fab 5 Freddy, DURO and DONDI, LADY PINK, and Afrika Bambaataa, to name a few. Now, Martha Cooper has the reputation of being the first and foremost photographer of hip hop culture in New York City. While the publication of Cooper's photographs in the early 80s disseminated the culture both at home and abroad, her new book, Hip Hop Files: Photographs 1979-1984, makes a significant part of her extensive and unique archive accessible for the first time. From 1999 to 2003, the German hip hop head and music publisher Akim Walta tracked down the subjects in Cooper's legendary shots and conducted numerous interviews obtaining insightful quotes and statements to accompany and add voices to the photographs. Other members of the early hip hop scene, including ZEPHYR, Charlie Ahearn, FABEL, and Patti Astor, contribute text and essays, adding fresh data to the growing body of hip hop history. "Marty's pictures capture the exact moment when hip hop traveled from the Bronx uptown, downtown to the Manhattan nightclub and gallery scene. The photos and movies were suddenly in the works and (through her pictures) "discovered" by the press and then seen by the rest of the world." (Charlie Ahearn)

Comments

Blacknight Blacknight
Great book on early Hip-Hop Culture in NYC
Sudert Sudert
Brought so many memories from the late 1970's and early 80's. Must have collection.
Vudojar Vudojar
Great Book, and a must have to add to the collection. A lot of history in this book highly recommend this book for the real hip-hop heads that know the culture and the elements.
lets go baby lets go baby
A very busy volume; but so appealing.
Nejind Nejind
good book
Beabandis Beabandis
Excellent!
Adorardana Adorardana
If you want a book that captures the Hip Hop History, this is one not to miss! Martha Captures it live.
Great book - very interesting. Great for research and photos.