Ernie Paniccioli

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Ernie Paniccioli is an American photographer of hip hop culture. A Cree Native American, he grew up in Brooklyn, New York.[1]

His photography of hip hop began in the 1970s with shots of graffiti in New York.[2]

The hip hop journalist Kevin Powell encouraged Paniccioli to make a book[1] and in 2002, Who Shot Ya? : Three Decades of Hip-Hop Photography was published.[3]

Paniccioli's work has appeared in various magazines over a 30 year period, including:

California History (Spring 2000, page 71)
The Daily News (July 26, 1998, page 18)
Elementary (Spring 1997, pages 53, 54)
Entertainment Weekly (February 2000, pages 16, 19)
The Final Call (July 13, 1992, cover photo)
Honey (September 1999, pages 64, 66, 67, 68)
Mass Appeal (Summer 2001, cover photo; pages 66, 67, 68, 69, 71)
Murder Dog (vol. 5, no. 4 (June 1998), cover photo; pages 82–84)
New York (March 26, 2001, page 127)
The New York Times (July 20, 1997, page 28)
Newsweek (February 28, 2000, page 67)
One World (August 2001, page 34)
Playboy (January 1995, page 162)
Rap Masters (April 1989, pages 16, 49, 51, 52, 55, 62)
Rappages (June 1993, cover photo)
Rolling Stone (December 13-27, 1990, page 81; December 28, 2000-January 4, 2001, page 81)
Serious Hip Hop (February/March 1990, cover photo; December 1991, cover photo)
Seventeen (March 1990, page 54)
Spice (June 1990, cover photo)
The Source (October 1991, page 31; Jan. 1998, pages 206, 207; November 1999, pages 154-158)
Time (December 4, 2000, page 186)
Trace (April 1998, pages 31, 48, 49)
Vibe (September 2000, page 32; May 2002, page 168; Nov 2003, pages 118-21)
The Village Voice (May 1, 1990, page 91)
XXI (July 2000, page 42).

Gallery shows[edit]

  • "Hip Hop: A History in Photographs", Minor Injury, New York City. September 1992-January 1993. 12 images shown.
  • "Roots, Rhymes, and Rage: The Hip Hop Story", The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland, Ohio. November 1999-August 2000. Approximately 25 images shown.
  • "Hip Hop Nation: Roots, Rhymes, and Rage", Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York. September-December 2000. Approximately 40 images shown.
  • "When Angels Speak of Love", Prosper Gallery, New York City. April–May 2002. Approximately 30 images
  • "100 Shots to the Dome", New York City Urban Experience Cultural Center and Art Gallery. October–November 2002. Approximately 100 images shown.
  • "Who Shot Ya?", VH1 Corporate Headquarters Gallery, New York City. February–May 2003. 50 images shown.
  • "Who Shot Ya?", APEX Museum, Atlanta, Georgia. May–June 2003. 50 images shown.
  • "Saturday Night/Sunday Morning", Leica Gallery, New York City. May–June 2003. 2 images shown.
  • "Who Shot Ya?", Punch Gallery, San Francisco, California. November–December 2003. 40 images shown.
  • "Urban Blight: The Graffiti Photographs of Ernie Paniccioli," Eyejammie Fine Arts Gallery, New York, May 20-July 1, 2004.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Wiltz, Teresa (December 26, 2002). "The Ever-Changing Face of Hip-Hop; As It Went From the Streets to the Suites, Photographer Ernie Paniccioli Was There". The Washington Post. 
  2. ^ Jones, Vanessa E. (December 26, 2002). "Hip-hop is making its way back to its nonviolent, old- school roots". Boston Globe. 
  3. ^ "Brief Record (Library of Congress Online Catalog)". Library of Congress Online Catalog. Retrieved August 6, 2006. 
  4. ^ “Ernie Paniccioli to Exhibit Rare Graffiti Pieces in New York,” by Nolan Strong, allhiphop.com, May 8, 2004, http://allhiphop.com/2004/05/08/ernie-paniccioli-to-exhibit-rare-graffiti-pieces-in-new-york

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