Dread Scott is an interdisciplinary artist whose work is exhibited across the U.S. and internationally. For three decades he has made work that encourages viewers to re-examine cohering norms of American society. In 1989, the entire US Senate denounced and outlawed one of his artworks and President Bush declared it disgraceful because of its use of the American flag. His art has been exhibited/performed at MoMA/PS1, The Walker Art Center, Pori Art Museum (Finland), BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) and galleries and street corners across the country. He is a recipient of grants form Creative Capital Foundation and the Pollock Krasner Foundation, and his work is included in the collection of the Whitney Museum.
Some Thoughts on Culture and Revolution
Image: Dread Scott, On the Impossibility of Freedom in a Country Founded on Slavery and Genocide, performance still (2014). Some Thoughts on Culture and Revolution Thursday, March 19, 2015 6:308pm ICI Curatorial Hub 401 Broadway, Suite 1620 FREE and open to the public Last October, between the non-indictments for the killers of Michael Brown and […]read more »