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Dread Scott

This is the official Dread Scott website, uncut and unfiltered. Revolutionary art—to propel history forward.

Featured exhibition:

Artwork based on NAACP banner "A man was lynched yesterday"  Made in reference to the epidemic of police murder on the occasion of the videotaped police murder of #WalterScott;  Installed at Jack Shainman gallery July 8 2016. "A Man Was Lynched by Police Yesterday," 2015 nylon 84 x 52 1/2 inches ©Dread Scott.  Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

“A Man Was Lynched by Police Yesterday,” 2015
nylon 84 x 52 1/2 inches.

New York, New York
Jack Shainman Gallery
For Freedoms
June 30, 2016- June 29, 2016

Select press related to “A Man Was Lynched by Police Yesterday”: New York Times, Revolution Newspaper, Hyperallergic


 

Just Published

Fragments of the Peculiar Institution

Fragments of the Peculiar Institution

“In a slim volume of materials that originate with his plan to reenact the 1811 New Orleans slave revolt, the artist Dread Scott traces, with these documents, the institution of slavery in the United States and its cultural heritage.”

96 pages / 8 x 10 / Full Color

For more information and to order copies, click here

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