To protect and Serve? Five decades of posters protesting police violence

In the response to the recent stream of police brutality incidents involving Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Freddie Gray and others, the Center for the Study of Political Graphics’ latest exhibit gathers artistic renderings of resistance against law enforcement, whether it’s government repression, immigration, race or gender profiling. The display features 75 posters by international artists who interpret various political and social protests dating back 50 years, from the 1968 civil unrest in France to the 1992 L.A. riots to the current Black Lives Matter movement. --La Times

My poster, 'end police brutality' will be featured in this exhibition, put on by the Center for the study of political graphics in LA.

at SPARC: Old Venice police station, 685 Venice Blvd, December 16- April 7, 2018

(in May the exhibit will move to Mercado la Paloma in downtown Los Angeles)

protect and serve.PNG