Sunday, 9 August 2015

A year after, protest art responds to Ferguson ‘racial’ shooting


One year after what was widely condemned as racial  shooting of Michael Brown by a white police officer in Ferguson, U.S., some artists recently responded with exhibition of paintings and performance.
 
Two men look through a window at an art installation depicting the body of Michael Brown, made by artist Ti-Rock Moore, at Gallery Guichard in Chicago on July 14, 2015. ANDREW NELLES / Reuters


"Artists have a responsibility to record history," Andre Guichard, artist, Curator and co-owner of Gallery Guichard Fine Art Gallery in Chicago told NBC News. "This is part of American history." MORE HERE

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