Artists: Michael Boyd
Liner Notes: Mahogany L. Browne | Cyrus Aaron | justin el
Curator: Khadijat Oseni

St. Ann’s Warehouse
Water Street Facade
45 Water Street | dumbo BKLYN 11201

The Lost Ones. Culture Found. cover series reexamines the legacy of widely-known victims of police brutality and hate crimes.


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Supremacy Project Logo



The challenges of the pandemic inspired St. Ann’s staff to literally think outside the box. If we couldn’t program our space and invite audiences inside, how could we as an arts organization respond to the urgency of Black Lives Matter and an historic moment of mourning and protest? It was simple — if you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you. Thus the idea was born — to deploy our beloved building as an amplified, interactive urban canvas of huge images and raw passions to meet the moment.
To learn about previous Urban Canvas exhibits at St. Ann’s Warehouse, Please click HERE.

Supremacy and Lost Ones. Culture Found. are free to view outdoors, no registration required. The outdoor exhibit will be displayed beginning
January 18 on the Old Dock Street & Water Street facade of St. Ann’s Warehouse,  45 Water Street | dumbo BKLYN 11201.

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