by Melanie Kletter
Oct 30, 2020
The Black Lives Matter movement and recent racial justice protests around the country have resonated deeply with many Americans, including artists. During the spring and summer of 2020, following the killing of George Floyd, murals and protest art popped up in cities and towns across the country, and artists are continuing to reflect on current social and political themes in new work. There are a number of Black Lives Matter and protest art exhibits now on view, many of them showing murals and street art that have been relocated. These exhibits are taking place in all kinds of venues, from large museums to college libraries and underground coffee houses, as well as in digital formats.
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