Tag Archive: Joe Conzo

The Birth of Hip Hop in New York Thursday, May 14 at 6:30pm

Hip-Hop Revolution at Museum of the City of New York

Hip-Hop Revolution presents more than 80 photographs taken between 1977 and 1990 by three preeminent New York-based photographers—Janette Beckman, Joe Conzo, and Martha Cooper—who documented hip hop from its pioneering days through its… Continue reading

A Happy Birthday Shoutout to Joe Conzo, Jr. aka Joey Kane aka “The Man Who Took HipHop’s Baby Pictures.”

Thank you for sharing Hip-Hop, through your lense! A photgraphic mixtape. http://www.joeconzo.com — In an article published on October 4, 2005, The New York Times proclaimed photographer Joe Conzo Jr. as “The Man… Continue reading

An Evening With Joe Conzo and Grandmaster Caz

WHEN: Wednesday, February, 18, 2015 at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame WHERE: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Foster Theater About the Event: Hip-hop photographer Joe Conzo will discuss his… Continue reading

How “Born in the Bronx” Changed Me

  Joe Conzo’s pictures were all black and white, but as I stared, I began to see them in color. -KeKe My name is KeKe, I am a 14 year old high school student from… Continue reading

Born in the Bronx: A Visual Record of the Early Days of Hip Hop

Hip hop first became a part of the mainstream music industry in the early 1980s, when major record labels released albums from such accessible groups as Run DMC and the Sugarhill Gang. But… Continue reading

Legendary Photographer Joe Conzo’s Collection Finds Home at The Cornell University Hip Hop Collection

Source:http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/hiphop/conzo.html Coming 2013! The Cornell Hip Hop Collection is the proud home of the archive of photographer Joe Conzo, Jr., featuring more than 15,000 of his negatives and prints. Called “The man who… Continue reading