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One of 50 magazine cover designs created to honor the New Yorker's 50th anniversary, ‘All Li es Matter’ was intended to highlight the inherent lie behind the statement and sentiment “all lives matter.”
Published by Public Art Fund, New York
Acquired directly from the publisher by the present owner
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Hank Willis Thomas (American, b.1967) is a photographer closely linked with the Conceptual Art movement. His work speaks to issues of identity, specifically relating to the African American community, and how outside influences such as the media and socio-political climate inform and shape one’s definition of themself. Over the course of his career, Thomas’ work has been exhibited internationally at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, and the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., among others.