British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare’s latest project is a timely commentary on the invaluable contributions that immigrants make to enrich other cultures. Thousands of beautifully bound books on dark library shelves feature the gold-embossed names of immigrants that made Great Britain into the enlightened multi-cultural society that it is today. They sit side-by-side with immigrant skeptics such as Nigel Farage or Jonathan Arnott who champion tighter restrictions on new comers and refugees. Their shared space questions attitudes of xenophobia and narrow-mindedness and asks where we would be without the brilliant minds and contributions of individuals such as T.S. Eliot, Henry James, Hans Holbein, Zaha Hadid, Mick Jagger, George Friedrich Handel, Amartya Sen and many more. At James Cohan through March 5.