Art And The Man

Black Panther poster from 1969, reworked from an earlier version published in the BP newspaper.
As Revolutionary Artist and Minister of Culture for The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, Emory Douglas was responsible for the party’s striking agitprop posters and its newspaper’s political illustrations. His revolutionary art, collected in a new book edited by the artist Sam Durant, spoke of the social conditions and institutional racism within the US that the Black Panther Party had been born out of.

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