Great Again for Who?
Great Again for Who?
Great Again for Who?
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Great Again for Who?

Original / Limited Edition prints

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Square profile solid wood frame coated with black lacquer

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Square profile solid wood frame coated with white lacquer

Walnut frame

Square profile solid wood frame with natural wood finish
Original medium: Oil on Canvas
Print medium: Hahnemuhle photo rag fine art paper
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Great Again for Who? was created as a reaction to Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.” Shapiro discusses how, when Trump came out with the MAGA hats, she could not imagine something more horrific, abrasive, and negating to such a substantial population’s experience in American history. The Black people in our country have suffered at the hands of White people for centuries. The “good ol days,” that Trump seemingly referenced, include the segregation, slavery, and subjugation of Black people. So MAGA poses the question, Make America great again for who? Of course, we already know the answer.

Artist +-

CJ Shapiro 

As a member of the LGBTQIA community, as an outspoken feminist, and as a Jewish woman who has experienced discrimination and antisemitism, CJ Shapiro uses her work to highlight social conditions that undermine individual liberty and agency. Her work grapples with issues including violence against women and children, sexual abuse, sexuality, race, and gender. Shapiro’s paintings viscerally expose the impact of, and adaptation to, a society that denies its own exclusion, oppression, and exploitation.

Born and raised in New York City, Caren Jo Shapiro is a visual artist, a psychotherapist, and the co-founder of Endangered Bodies. She holds a Masters in Fine Arts, a Masters in Social Work, and a Postgraduate Therapy Degree specialising in eating disorders. Recent exhibitions include “May I …” at StartaArta in New York, NY and Art for Social Change: DISSENT at Oak Park Art League in Chicago, IL.

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Based on our agreement with the artist, 15% of the pre-VAT price excluding frames will be donated to support the social movement. Donation will be given to support ACLU.

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