The Bronx Documentary Center continues in its commitment to the local community with an exhibition focusing on the Bronx from the 1970s to the 1990s, documented by the borough’s own photographers. This is the opportunity to tell a story of New York in an environment where social conditions gave birth to iconic elements of the city and of American culture. The photographs of Ricky Flores trace the advent of hip-hop and other music and dance trends inspired by mixed influences.
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