Michael D’Antuono poses with Susan Sarandon beside his painting at Rock the Vote.
“There’s so many injustices, there’s so many things that are terrible, wrongs that you want to right.”
So said artist Michael D’Antuono, who displayed his racially charged work at Rock the Vote’s exhibit hall on Spring Garden this week. He was in good company: Banksy had a piece there, and Shepard Fairey’s posters covered two walls in the DNC-related gallery. With his space, D’Antuono decided to address racism in the criminal justice system. (more…)