On view at Oakland Museum of California is the spring exhibition Respect: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom, which explores the cultural and social movement of hip-hop. The exhibit uses six sections to dive into how hip-hop changed the world in a time span of 50 years and provides a platform for selfexpression in today’s youth. It will remain on view through to August 12.
Kehinde Wiley, Gypsy Fortune Teller, 2007, jacquard tapestry in Italian cotton and Italian viscose, 76 x 102". Image courtesy of Suzy Gorman.