Jun 3, 2017
Since the 1970s, armed with a 16mm camera and his curiosity, ﬁlmmaker and artist Charlie Ahearn was a pioneer chronicler of the nascent days of hip-hop and street culture in New York City. He soon migrated to movies including the super 8 kung-fu film The Deadly Art of Survival (1978) and the seminal Wild Style (1983) which documented the excitement of grafﬁti art and rap music and is recognized as the ﬁrst hip-hop movie. Not limited to ﬁlm, Charlie has also published books and created silkscreen paintings. A new solo exhibition, Scratch Ecstasy, is an exhilarating summation of his talents across mediums. The exhibit is currently running at New York's P.P.O.W. Gallery through June 24, 2017.
For additional information on Scratch Ecstasy: http://www.ppowgallery.com/exhibition/5127/work
Visit Charlie Ahearn online: http://charlieahearn.com
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