Political Art

June 20, 2014
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A sculpture called “Still” by artist Matthew Hincman, which is attached to an abandoned lamppost at the corner of Eliot and Centre Streets in Monument Square. “Still” depicts a hoodie sweatshirt on the ground, representing the controversial killing of teenager Trayvon Martin in Florida in 2012. The Gazette learned about the sculpture, which was installed June 4, from a press release sent from the artist. (Gazette Photo by Peter Shanley)

A sculpture called “Still” by artist Matthew Hincman, which is attached to an abandoned lamppost at the corner of Eliot and Centre Streets in Monument Square. “Still” depicts a hoodie sweatshirt on the ground, representing the controversial killing of teenager Trayvon Martin in Florida in 2012. The Gazette learned about the sculpture, which was installed June 4, from a press release sent from the artist. (Gazette Photo by Peter Shanley)