Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada on issues of race in his art
Clip: 10/07/2014 | 2m 25s
Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada composited from dozens of images of young men photographed in Washington, D.C. and created a 6-acre portrait on the National Mall. He says the issue of race is front and center in this country and in his work. For more Art Beat: newshour.pbs.org/art
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