Kung Fu Wildstyle is an exploration of pop culture through contemporary street art. Hip Hop’s original instigator Fab 5 Freddy and Hong Kong’s Graffiti and Hip Hop pioneer, MC Yan examine the influence of Bruce Lee, Kung Fu and the movie Wild Style had on 1970s New York City street culture and emerging Hip Hop scene, and how it comes full circle as Hip Hop influences a generation of Hong Kong street kids in the 1990s.
The exhibit is currently on the display in the Furman Gallery for the duration of the New York Asian Film Festival, and ends on July 11th! So go check it out before it’s too late!
(c) Film Society of Lincoln Center
Walter Reade Theater
Film Society of Lincoln Center
165 W 65th St, New York, NY