, New York City has created a memorial to George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and John Lewis, which was recently unveiled for everybody to see. The giant statues of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and civil rights pioneer John Lewis are part of a new art exhibit called “See In Justice” that has opened in New York City. The “See In Justice” show is now on display in New York City’s Union Square, and is presented by Confront Art, an organization that unites artists with social justice concerns to create art exhibitions. The exhibition features three sculptures by artist Chris Carnabuci, titled “FLOYD,” “BREONNA,” and “JOHN LEWIS.”
The “See In Justice” show, which was clearly inspired by the police brutality, social injustice, and protests of 2020, aims to remember the lives lost by featuring three great figures who represent the battle. Terrence Floyd, George Floyd’s brother, was present for the unveiling and remarked about how it honored his late brother. “We are inspired by Confront Art’s critical work in support of ‘We Are Floyd.’ We look forward to a long-term cooperation with Confront Art as we provide art and creative tools to communities around the country.” The “See In Justice” exhibition is on display in Union Square through October 30th.