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“Awol Erizku: New Visions for Iris”

  • Art, Photography
Awol Erizku: New Visions for Iris
Photograph: David C. Sampson, Courtesy of Public Art Fund, NY

Time Out says

The next time you're standing by a bus shelter, you might want to check to see if it's displaying the work of photographer Awol Erizku. His latest exhibition, "New Visions for Iris," is being displayed at more than 350 bus shelters in Chicago and New York, making it possible for anyone to safely enjoy his colorful still life and portrait photography. Named for his daughter, the collection of photos on display explore Erizku's identity as a Ethiopian American, the ways in which the world has been upended over the past year and the United States' reckoning with police violence. You can find a complete map of the bus shelters displaying Erizku's work at the Public Art Fund website.


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