The public art called Wall of Lies, which looks like a mass of multicoloured Post-it Notes (they’re colour-coded by subject), now covers a 100-foot-long section of fence, Time Out reported.
All of the false or misleading statements by Trump since the start of his presidency in the exhibit were identified by Washington Post fact-checkers.
The new 100 ft. #WallOfLies in Manhattan is up! You can see it at the northwest corner of Lafayette and Grand Streets in Soho The opening reception will take place this Saturday, October 24th, from 12-5pm, with a special performance by Israeli-American rapper Kosha Dillz at 2pm. We hope to see our friends, supporters, and listeners there and then!
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The mosaic was initially displayed in Brooklyn outside independent Radio Free Brooklyn in Bushwick, but it was vandalised with pro-Trump slogans, including “Vote Trump or die” and “Stand back and stand by,” which was the president’s message to the Proud Boys hate group during his first debate with Democratic rival Joe Biden.
Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer visited the wall in Brooklyn before it was defaced and picked out several lies about him.
— Phil Buehler (@pwbuehler) October 5, 2020
“Seen from a distance, it looks like chaos – perhaps an apt metaphor for this presidency,” Bushwick artist Phil Buehler told the Bushwick Daily. The work is a collaboration of Buehler and Tom Tenney, the executive director of Radio Free Brooklyn.
“But when you step closer, you can read the individual lies, which are in chronological...