For 40-some exhalting years, Martha Cooper, the “Grande Dame of Hip Hop”, as she has once been called, has been documenting street art and graffiti artists. She has traveled all over the world since her first book, Subway Art, got published, in partnership with Henri Chalfant, in 1984. She has been on the street art circuit for so long so she has become a fixture of every event, the legal and illegal ones.
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