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first_imgIMAGE: Run-DMC (1984) Photo by Janette BeckmanA free photographic exhibition celebrating hop-hop culture, including over 120 world and unedited contact sheets from more than 60 photographers, is a must-see for Aussies visiting Los Angeles from now until 18 August 2019.Biggie Smalls, King of New York contact sheet (1997). Photo by Barron ClaiborneCurated by journalist Vikki Tobak, the Annenberg Space for Photography presents CONTACT HIGH: A Visual History of Hip-Hop, featuring photos of artists including Run-DMC, Notorious B.I.G, Kendrick Lamar, Salt-N-Pepa, and Jay-Z, along with rare videos, memorabilia and music to illustrate the way in which the cultural phenomenon of hip-hop has impacted politics, culture and social movements around the world.Where:Annenberg Space for Photography2000 Avenue of the StarsLos Angeles, CA 90067When: Until 18 August, 2019Admission: Free Californiaexhibitionhip-hopLALos AngelesmusicphotographyUSAlast_img

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