“What I want. What I am. What you force me to be is what you are. For I am you staring back from a mirror of poverty and despair, of revolt and freedom. Look at me and know that to destroy me is to destroy yourself.” Visionary artist Gordon Parks gave a voice to the under-represented through an enduring legacy of photography, words and music,
At Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, until 10 February. Find out more: www.jackshainman.com.
1. Staten Island Ferry Commuters, Gordon Parks, 1944.