On the Flip Side is an exhibition in two parts on the fifth element of Hip Hop: Knowledge. [Side B], the first part of On the Flip Side, is a group show of renowned photographers who preserved and documented the history of Hip Hop, capturing the other side of the Bronx’s darkest times through the culture, strength and innovation of Bronxites. Featuring photographers Charlie Ahearn, Henry Chalfant, Joe Conzo Jr., Ricky Flores and Lisa Kahane as well as a special dedication to the Godfather of Hip Hop, Afrika Bambaataa, by artist Chief 69 and Statch from the Graffiti arts collective U.R.G.O.D. [Side A], the second part of On the Flip Side, is a solo exhibition of contemporary Bronx artist Glendalys Medina, whose work incorporates the elements of Hip Hop as tools for individual aesthetic transformation and growth. [Side B] takes place from October 2 to November 6, 2013. [Side A] will be open from November 20, 2013 to January 8, 2014. The closing reception of On the Flip Side will be on January 8, 2014.
As part of our ArtWorks program, ten high school students from Bronx Studio School for Writers & Artists led by teaching artist Jasmine Murrell designed tote bags for fashion designer Roberto Cavalli. The finished product was displayed in the window of the Roberto Cavalli flagship store on Madison Ave.
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