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Jul 20

ArtCrawl Harlem presents Artist Talk with Ernie Paniccioli

Ernie Paniccioli, bestselling Author of “Hip Hop at the End of the World” and “Who Shot Ya?” first made his foray into the culture in 1973 when he began capturing the ever-present graffiti art dominating NYC. Armed with a 35-millimeter camera, Paniccioli has recorded the entire evolution of Hip Hop. Paniccioli, himself Native American, is known for his special eye for capturing people and communities ignored or misunderstood by mainstream America. Starting with snapping pics (a priceless history) of graffiti art in 1973 in NYC, he evolved to become the pictorial archeologist of Hip Hop.

ArtCrawl Harlem Art House
403 Colonels Row, Governors Island, NYC, NY 10004
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Jul 20, 2024 01:00pm - Jul 20, 2024 02:30pm

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Ernie Paniccioli Photo Archive,  collection offers digital versions of nearly 20,000 photographs by Ernie Paniccioli, one of Hip Hop’s most prolific and prominent photographers. Presented by Cornell University Library’s Hip Hop archives with the permission of Ernie Paniccioli, these photographs provide an unprecedented visual history of Hip Hop culture of the 1980s, 90s, and early 2000s


Ernie Paniccioli had a one man show at the The GRAMMY Museum Experience exhibit at the Prudential Center in Newark   “A Hip Hop Life: Five Decades of Hip Hop

ArtCrawl Harlem Art House

403 Colonels Row

Governors Island, NYC