Liberty and Orders: a virtual exhibit by Nari Ward

Liberty and Orders is a virtual art exhibit that shines a spotlight on the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk regime and celebrates the inherent connection between civil liberties and the arts.

In a series of three videos below, Ward explains the process and personal experiences—including his own journey as an immigrant navigating the path to citizenship – that informed his work and inspired him to take on the issues of individual rights and constructs of power.

To contact Nari Ward, please visit the Lehmann Maupin gallery site.

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