NEW YORK, NY
“Wyclef was working on the song “Guantanamera.” In the studio, Wyclef re-engineered the song (The Architect) to give it a unique Haitian flavor, smothered in Celia Cruz’s “Asurcar.”
I watched Wyclef work through the orchestration of each part, rhythm and melody. He painted the music with his guitar – a master of sound, playing keys, bass and guitar.”
Each photo is printed by Duggal Visual Solutions in New York, NY on premium Epson Luster paper, creating beautiful, archival, exhibition quality prints with superior tonal range, durability, and resistance to fading. Archival Prints are made-to-order. Please allow 10-14 days for processing.
Archival Prints are printed with a 1.5-2 inch white border. You will also receive a certificate of authenticity signed by the photographer with the number of your edition. Premium Framing Service available upon request with choice of black or white 2-inch Italian wood frame with plexiglass.
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Broadened Exposure presents intimate moments in music history, captured through the lens of T. Eric Monroe. The visual stories expressed in this collection represent a fresh and unseen perspective of cultural icons from the 90’s Hiphop Community, at a time before the Internet, social media, and digital photography. Hidden away for decades, this historic vault of iconic photos is finally being shared with the public, offering a rare glimpse into the legendary moments of a musical revolution.
Remembering A Golden Era of Musical Revolution
ICONIC MOMENTS OF 90’S HIPHOP
ARCHIVAL PRINT PHOTOGRAPHY