Recap: Jonathan Mannion – 'Rough Around the Edges'

By - Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

Rough Around the Edges: the 665 Polaroid Work of Jonathan Mannion opened June 18 at packed Milk Gallery in New York City featuring Mannion’s work in one of his favorite formats, Polaroid, from which the show takes it name. People and cameras filled the large space of the Milk Gallery for the opening despite the summer rain. Jonathan Mannion is most known for his Hip Hop portraiture. Among the album covers on which his work appears is DMX’s “Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood, Ludacris’ Back For the First Time, Jay Z’s Reasonable Doubt, Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s Ni**a Please and others. Also showcased is his work from other sub fields of the the hip hop culture including photographs of comedian Burnie Mac, and reggae icon Beanie Man. Rough Around the Edges: the 665 Polaroid Work of Jonathan Mannion runs through July 7, 2013 at Milk Gallery, 450 W 15th St., New York City, NY. event photos: Ethersock See more of Jonathan Mannion‘s Rough Around the Edges on page 2. {pagebreak} All photos this page are of Jonathan Mannion‘s prints.

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