Anatitude : The Exhibition
The first and only international female Hip Hop magazine celebrates its fifth year with Anattitude: THE EXHIBITION presenting photographs, films, interviews, music and drawings from Anattitude‘s international network. Entitled 'Feast Your Eyes' Anattitude creator and CEO Jee-Nice has rounded up an archive of interviewees, artists and musicians from past issues and created this once in a lifetime exhibition showcasing females in Hip Hop on a global scale. Make sure to check it out if you're in Frankfurt 26th May. Check out the press release and flyer below for more information.
GALERIE STATION 86.01
Anattitude: THE EXHIBITION
“Feast Your Eyes”
Anattitude Magazine proudly presents: Women in Hip Hop culture. The first and only existing international female Hip Hop magazine on print celebrates it's 5th year with "Anattitude: THE EXHIBITION" presenting photographs, films, interviews, music and drawings of Anattitude‘s international network.
Come and "feast your eyes"!
Janette Beckman (USA)
Texas Malika Toussaint-Baptiste (USA)
Rosy One (CH)
Dope Pose (CH)
(No Balls, No Glory) A Polaroid Story (BE)
B Fresh (USA)
Helene Tilman (FR)
Helene Ehrlich (USA)
Indie 184 (USA)
Mara Monetti (DE)
Jens One (DE)
Jeannette Petri (DE)
Featured documentary films:
* "Redder Than Red" - the story of Bubbles, the first UK B-Girl -
by Nika Kramer & Martha Cooper, 17 min, 2005
* "Keep Hanging On To Our Dreams" - the story of the four French Hip Hop ladies:
Princess Aniès (rap), Lady Alezia (graffiti), Magali (dance) and DJ Pom (deejaying) -
by Keira Maameri, 45 min, 2005
plus a history lesson in female Hip Hop history and a lot more!
OPENING: 26.5.2010 at 8pm with Double D and Jee-Nice on the wheels of steel
EXHIBITION DURATION: 26.05 - 03.07.2010
ADRESS: Galerie station at Mousonturm Frankfurt, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt (Germany)
OPENING HOURS: friday and saturday 7 -10pm / sunday 3 - 7pm and during the events
MORE EVENTS IN COLABORATION WITH ANATTITUDE:
SCREENING "SLINGSHOT HIP HOP"
“Slingshot Hip Hop” (Palastine/USA 2008, Jackie Reem Salloum, 88’) braids together the stories of young Palestinians living in Israel,
Gaza, and the West Bank as they discover Hip Hop and employ it as a tool to surmount divisions imposed by occupation and poverty.
27.5.2010 - 22:00 - Mal Seh’n Kino, Adlerflychtstr. 6, 60318 Frankfurt
with the publisher and editor-in-chief of Anattitude magazine Jeannette Petri a.k.a. Jee-Nice
02.06.2010 - 19:00- basis Gutleutstr. 8-12, 60329 Frankfurt