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Exhibition of Sergey Rozhin and El Bram: Back Rows
15.12.2014 17:30
Exhibition of Sergey Rozhin and El Bram: Back Rows

Back Rows is a unique exhibition dedicated to hip-hop and overflow of hip-hop culture beyond the limits of music space.

The exhibition in Bogorodskoye Gallery presents works by two authors – the artist Sergey Rozhin from Yekaterinburg and the artist and producer El Bram from Moscow.

El Bram has created a series of portraits of Snoop Dog, Cypress Hill, and Wu-Tang Clan without whom hip-hop is unthinkable today. Sergey Rozhin tells a story of Grandma Hip-Hop. 

The exhibition is dedicated to all those for whom Hip-hop is not just a music trend but part of culture.

The exhibition runs till January 15, 2015.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Hip-Hop Exhibitions in Moscow Graphic Art  

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