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By Kenneth Schlenker

For five decades, David Hammons has addressed the injustices of American society with both wit and intelligent provocation. Through sculpture, installation, performance art and his signature body prints, he has highlighted racial issues and cultural stereotypes while addressing questions of personal identity and agency. Mnuchin Gallery’s new retrospective traces Hammons’ career back to its start in the late 1960s and includes never before seen photographs of key works and performances, sourced directly from the artist himself.

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