Visual Art

Exhibit Pays Tribute to Victims of State Violence With Comic Book Art

Disney animator Marlon West's Ink Tributes at SLU Art Museum includes portraits of George Floyd, Michael Brown and many more

By Angelo Vidal

When I heard that an art exhibition featuring comic-book-style portraits of Black people who had been killed by police was coming to St. Louis, I was apprehensive about seeing it. I’m talking about Marlon West’s Ink Tributes, a series of sketches by the University City-native turned award-winning Disney animator on display now at the Saint Louis University Museum of Art (3663 Lindell Boulevard, through Saturday, December 30...

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