I’m so tired of seeing so many stores displaying “Racism” in their displays.
It’s offensive, offensive, and it is racist.
This is not the way to run a gallery.
I’m calling for a boycott of the gallery.
This isn’t a gallery, this is a white supremacist art gallery.
The gallery is not representative of the people who visit our stores.
We do not condone racism and this is unacceptable.
It should not be in our stores, period.
-The artist, who did not want to be identified, told The Huffington Poem in a statement.
“This is why I don’t get what I need,” the statement continued.
“It is not appropriate to show the racist and violent content of this piece, or the way this racist display was handled, or even the way the piece is framed.
I call on the gallery to remove the racist, anti-Semitic, and anti-women signs and any other signage that perpetuates racism.
We are in the midst of a racist, misogynistic, and racist culture, and this display is not reflective of that culture.”
The artist, known as Bik, told HuffPost he wanted to show off his work in front of as many people as possible, but he was told that this was “racist.”
He added that he wanted people to understand that it is not his intention to incite violence against any race.
“I’m not going to say that they need to shoot up a gallery or that they should attack a gallery,” he said.
“But it is their responsibility to make art that reflects their diversity, to be themselves, and to be willing to learn from each other.”
Bik told HuffPost that the piece he created was meant to be a response to a tweet from one of his followers who called out Galleria Galleria, a gallery in West Los Angeles, for displaying “racist” posters.
“That’s not a reflection of the culture that exists in our community.
That’s a reflection on the people,” he told HuffPost.
“People have made assumptions about my identity based on my race.
They are wrong.
I don�t belong here.
This has nothing to do with me.”
He also said that the Galleria galleria displayed a sign in the gallery that said, “I am a white man.”
Bike is a public art project that aims to provide a space for people of all colors and backgrounds to gather to discuss their ideas and experiences in public spaces.
The project, which is supported by the Los Angeles Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, has been taking place in various locations throughout the city.
Bik hopes to continue his work at the Galleries nucleus, a public gallery in the Gallerie Plaza that also hosts events like art openings and music concerts.
“There are a lot of people who would like to make a statement and are afraid to make that statement because it might be controversial, but it�s their right to speak up,” he added.
“If you don�re going to show that kind of disrespect, then you should also be respectful to your customers and staff.”