Eric DrookerNew YorkerInterviewMagazine Cover

New Yorker cover

22 Aug, 2014

cover2Drooker’s art is featured on the cover of the New Yorker. The art depicts images of people holding their hands up with their backs turned. Hands up has become a symbol for the protest in Ferguson Missouri where an unarmed man was shot by police.

An artist friend of mine was killed by a cop in lower Manhattan, back in 1991. He happened to be black, and the police officer was never indicted.

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