Hip-Hop Architecture by Sekou Cooke
“Hip-Hop Architecture’s ability to shift power and control within the architectural realm from white-haired, White men, in black suits and block horn-rimmed glasses to colorful, young, ungendered masses, makes it potentially more democratic and progressive than any preceding architectural movement.”
Check in with this space for a full review and article about Hip-Hop Architecture, coming soon in May 2021.
In the meanwhile, click HERE for the review on Goodreads.
Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher Bloomsbury Visual Arts for an advanced copy of this great book.
by Sekou Cooke
Cover image: Album cover of Brick Body Kids Still Daydream by Open Mike Eagle. Illustration by McKay Felt.