Martha Cooper is one of the first photographers to closely document Hip Hop culture in New York. Since the start of the 80s, she has photographed it in all its forms: the portrait of artists now icons, break dancers, young people in trainers yielding ghetto blasters on their shoulders, but above all works by graffiti artists on subway trains, bridges and walls in the city.
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