Dawoud Bey Profiled in NYT

October 21st, 2020

Photographer Dawoud Bey gets a profile in the New York Times this week, as he looks at his body of work and the violence against black bodies endemic to the United States.  “What underlines and underpins all of this are these places, and what these places are and what they were and what they represent in our collective history,” he says. “You can either tie an enslaved person to a tree and whip them until they pass out or you can put your knee on their neck and wait until they die.”

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