Turn the volume up on “Hip-Hop: Seen/Unseen”

This mini-art exhibition sharing the untold story of Boston’s hip-hop culture can be seen on the Rose Kennedy Greenway through Wednesday, Nov. 15.


“Hip-Hop: Seen/Unseen” was created in partnership with Street Theory Gallery.

Photo via @rosekennedygreenway by Dominic Chavez

Boston’s connections to hip-hop are on full display in Dewey Square.

“Hip-Hop: Seen/Unseen” shares the untold story of Boston’s hip-hop community. Visitors can find the panels, which feature a curated selection of early concert flyers and rare photographic archives, at the south side of the Rose Kennedy Greenway.

Presented in conjunction with Street Theory Gallery, the installation was curated by Liza Quiñonez, Chico Silvera, Pacey Foster from the Massachusetts Hip-Hop Archive + Edo G., who was the first Boston rapper to go No. 1 on Billboard charts.

The mini-exhibition will be on display through Wednesday, Nov. 15.

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