What Would I Post If You Were Murdered By The Police?

Amos Kennedy American

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A prolific letterpress artist, Kennedy wields the centuries-old technique to create prints featuring aphorisms, proverbs, and phrases that comment on current sociopolitical events. This print is part of a pair (along with TR.88.3.2021) that challenges us to imagine being confronted with difficult questions that magnify an increasingly common tendency: the posting of footage of fatal police shootings of people of color onto social media platforms.

What Would I Post If You Were Murdered By The Police?, Amos Kennedy (American, born Lafayette, Louisiana, 1948), Letterpress

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