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Hank Willis Thomas

Hank Willis Thomas is an artist who explores race, violence, identity, through photographs, paintings, and videos. His work provides a social commentary on life as an African-American with references to adverts from 1968 through 2008, drawing socio-political line from Martin Luther King’s assassination to Barack Obama’s election and exploring blackness as a corporate idea.  Go see his work at the Jack Shainman gallery in NYC, watch an interview with him, or visit his website.



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