Kendrick Lamar “ELEMENT” Video Is Now an Art Exhibition

Kendrick Lamar’s “Element” video which featured images from iconic photographer Gordon Parks, has now been turned into a full-scale art exhibition. Pictures include the 1963 photo “Boy With Junebug”, “Untitled” — the 1956 photo from Parks’ “Segregation Stories” series — “Ethel Sharrieff,” a 1963 photo from his “The White Man’s Day Is Almost Over” photo essay about Black Muslims, as well as photos form Parks’ 1948 “Harlem Gang Leader” series.

The executive of the Gordon Parks foundation said “I’m glad the photography has an impact on people like Kendrick who, use the power of imagery to examine issues related to social justice and race in our country. With ELEMENT the music video, Kendrick has helped to call attention to one of the most important artists of our time.”

ELEMENT: Gordon Parks and Kendrick Lamar is on show at the Gordon Parks Foundation from now until February 9, 2018. You can also re watch the ELEMENT video below.

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