'Another Justice: US Is Them' At The Parrish - 27 East

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‘Another Justice: US Is Them’ At The Parrish

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Hank Willis Thomas, artist and co-founder of For Freedoms. JEFF VESPA PHOTO C/O PARRISH ART MUSEUM

Hank Willis Thomas, artist and co-founder of For Freedoms. JEFF VESPA PHOTO C/O PARRISH ART MUSEUM

Jeremy Dennis, a Shinnecock artist whose work will be shown on the Shinnecock Monuments, two electronic billboards along Sunrise Highway. SIMON HOWELL PHOTO C/O PARRISH ART MUSEUM

Jeremy Dennis, a Shinnecock artist whose work will be shown on the Shinnecock Monuments, two electronic billboards along Sunrise Highway. SIMON HOWELL PHOTO C/O PARRISH ART MUSEUM

Hank Willis Thomas'

Hank Willis Thomas' "Imaginary Lines," 2021, which includes U.S. flags. C/O THE ARTIST AND KAYNE GRIFFIN GALLERY © HANK WILLIS THOMAS

Pamela Council

Pamela Council "Relief 24," 2021. Silicone tiles on wood panel, based on classic court sneaker outsoles, sampling from the archives of Reebok’s factory texture library, 36" x 72." COURTESY THE ARTIST

Muna Malik

Muna Malik "Blessing of the Boats: River to River," 2020. Mirrored acrylic, steel, and LED lights, 20.' Battery Park, NYC. MUNA MALIK/COURTESY THE ARTIST

Jeffrey Gibson

Jeffrey Gibson "The Spirits Are Laughing," 2021-2022. Digital collage for billboard, 20' x 38.' COURTESY THE ARTIST AND FOR FREEDOMS

Dennis's design, which began appearing on the monument July 4th. PHOTO VICTOR MIRANDA C/O PARRISH ART MUSEUM

Dennis's design, which began appearing on the monument July 4th. PHOTO VICTOR MIRANDA C/O PARRISH ART MUSEUM

Koyoltzintli Miranda-Rivadeneira

Koyoltzintli Miranda-Rivadeneira "Have You Forgotten How Magical You Are?," 2021-2022. Digital collage for billboard, 20' x 38.' COURTESY THE ARTIST AND FOR FREEDOMS

Marie Watt “Study For Companion Species (Acknowledgment),” 2021-2022. Digital collage for billboard 20’ x 38.’ COURTESY THE ARTIST AND FOR FREEDOMS

Marie Watt “Study For Companion Species (Acknowledgment),” 2021-2022. Digital collage for billboard 20’ x 38.’ COURTESY THE ARTIST AND FOR FREEDOMS

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