Landmark ’24 is back with a month-long celebration of hip-hop and art at The House of Cannabis (THC NYC), presented by Gotham and curated by the amazing Kate Storch. Opening its doors on Wednesday the 24th, this immersive exhibit promises a journey through the rich tapestry of hip-hop, showcasing the works of renowned artists and the pulsating beats of legendary musicians.
The Landmark 24 exhibit is a collaboration that brings together a stellar lineup of artists, each contributing their unique perspective to the vibrant world of hip-hop. Among the featured artists are the iconic Joe Conzo, Pharoahe Monch, Danny Cortes, Peter Paid, BlusterOne, Andre Leroy Davis, Shiro, El Da Sensei, Jerms, and TTK. These artists, with their distinct styles, capture the essence of hip-hop culture, from its roots in the Bronx to its global influence today.
As I stepped into the THC NYC on opening day, the atmosphere was electric. The walls were adorned with art that served as a visual symphony, narrating the story of hip-hop through the eyes of these talented artists. Each room had a different vibe, a unique expression of the diverse elements that make up the hip-hop culture.
The soundtrack for the day was provided by some of hip-hop’s living legends, including Grand Wizard Theodore, Large Professor, DJ Eclipse, Eitan Noyze, Carozilla, and Quinnette. Their beats echoed through the halls, creating a dynamic backdrop for the visual feast laid out before us.
Looking ahead, the upcoming weekend promises even more excitement with the inclusion of vendors like Hypekills. These vendors will offer unique pieces curated specifically for the Landmark 24 exhibit, providing attendees with the opportunity to take home a tangible piece of this cultural phenomenon.
Landmark 24 at THC NYC is more than just an exhibit; it’s a celebration of a movement that has shaped generations and crossed cultural boundaries. It serves as a reminder that hip-hop is not just a genre of music but a way of life, influencing art, fashion, dance, and more. If you’re in New York City this month, don’t miss the chance to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Landmark 24, where every room tells a different story, and every beat resonates with the heartbeat of hip-hop.