Responding to the controversy surrounding NFL players protesting racial injustice during the national anthem, Galerie Lelong put together a group exhibition of eight contemporary artists who, through various mediums, explore race and inequality in a political system that is becoming increasingly polarized. Standing out amongst many accomplished and thoughtful works, is Deborah Roberts’ “O’Say Can’t You See” from 2017 – a collage of body parts of different prominent African-American leaders such as Michelle Obama’s fists and James Baldwin’s eyes. Together they form a kneeling girl in Ancient Egyptian Composite Pose who implores us to look beyond color and party affiliations to rejoice in the joys that bind us together. At Galerie Lelong through February 17.