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Through the contact sheets of more than 100 photo shoots, as well as interviews with

photographers and essays from artists, this collection offers an intimate look at hip-hop, spanning

almost 40 years. Since the book relies so heavily on interviews, it is conversational and easy to

read but also incredibly enlightening for anyone wanting to learn about the history of hip-hop from

1979 to 2012. Those doing high school or early college-level research papers will find it useful.

The images primarily depict hip-hop artists but sometimes include their friends and family,

dancers, and fans, giving a wide view of the genre's influence on our culture over the years. The

use of contact sheets, or the negatives from analogue photo shoots that were printed onto sheets

for photographers to consider all their shots, adds interest. This volume gives readers a look into

the process, rather than just focusing on the final shots that made it onto magazine ­covers.

VERDICT A rich history both of hip-hop and photography, for all collections.-Emily ­Butler,

Deerfield Academy, MAα(c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of

Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted. 'Vikki Tobak has put together narratives told by the

very image makers who helped shape the culture, discovering fascinating stories and lessons on

those sheets.' — The New York Times'...[A] wondrous tribute to the way hip-hop overturned

not just the sound of culture but also ways of seeing...Contact High provides a fascinating

prehistory of our present, a glimpse into a time when nobody quite knew where hip-hop could go.'Â

— The New Yorker'Tobakâ€s best contribution isnâ€t just in the wealth of new images she

offers but also in the simple act of assigning names to them. As MC Shan once rapped about his

producer and DJ, Marley Marl: 'Iâ€m gonna give the man behind the wheels some credit.' With

Contact High, Tobak insists we extend the women and men behind the camera the same

gratitude.' — The Los Angeles Times'Writer Vikki Tobak delivers a coffee table book for the

ages, a feast of words and iconic hip-hop portraits spanning four decades...[Contact High]Â is not

only a trip down memory lane, but a testament to the enduring power of hip-hop, a culture that's

constantly growing, constantly changing and continues to inform the world we live in.' — NPR

'[Contact High's] collection of contact sheets reveals the care and consideration photographers put

into each frame, the unavoidable mistakes they made and how they coaxed a public persona from

a private person.' — The Washington Post'A vivid timeline of a most American

phenomenon.' — CNN'[A] unique perspective on the charisma, style, and swagger of some of

the greatest rappers to ever spit verse.' — Buzzfeed'Contact High is an irresistible showcase

for rapâ€s brightest stars, and a deeply considered meditation on the power of media in hip-hop


culture.' — Pi

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