Legends of Hip-Hop journalism will pay tribute to what is regarded as one of the most icon photos in music history—shot by Gordon Parks in 1998—”Hip-Hop’s Greatest Day!”
Join this talk with publishing luminaries as they discuss and reveal never-before-seen beyond-the-scenes images taken that day by numerous photographers.
This event will also celebrate the original photo that started it all, shot by Art Kane in 1958 at the very same location on 126th Street in Harlem, NY.
(Photos © Jonathan Rheingold)
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