Kendrick Lamar’s ‘ELEMENT’ Video Is Now an Art Exhibition

Kendrick Lamar’s “Factor” video has now been was a full-scale artwork exhibition—ELEMENT: Gordon Parks and Kendrick Lamar—which shall be exhibited on the Gordon Parks Basis.

The video is a nod to iconic photographer, Gordon Parks, instantly recreating a number of of his hottest photographs together with  the 1963 photograph “Boy With Junebug”, “Untitled,”  the 1956 photograph from Parks’ “Segregation Tales” collection, “Ethel Sharrieff,” a 1963 photograph from his “The White Man’s Day Is Virtually Over” photograph essay about Black Muslims, in addition to pictures type Parks’ 1948 “Harlem Gang Chief” collection.

“Gordon Parks’ work is constant to have an incredible impression on younger individuals – and notably on artists like Kendrick who, use the facility of images to look at points associated to social justice and race in our nation,” , Peter W. Kunhardt, Jr., Government Director of The Gordon Parks Basis stated in a press release. “With ELEMENT the music video, Kendrick has helped to name consideration to some of the necessary artists of our time.”

ELEMENT: Gordon Parks and Kendrick Lamar shall be exhibited at the Gordon Parks Basis now via Feb. 9, 2018.

 

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