Incarcerated Masses: Artists Call for an End to Mass Incarceration
Incarcerated Masses was a group exhibition curated by Graham Boyle which explored central themes of dismantling the drug war, ending solitary confinement, prisoner abuse issues, and the need to cease the mass detention and deportation of migrants. Featuring a range of radical printmakers and street artists calling both for reforms that immediately improve prisoner’s quality of life, and for the altogether abolition of the prison industrial complex.
Featuring the work of:
Kevin 'Rashid' Johnson
The exhibitions opening event also featured live musical performances from Akoko, OLMECA, Elle Maxwell and VooDoo.