Ritual Cutter (No. 2)
African American John Scott spent a lifetime making art that honored and illuminated the struggle for racial equality. In 1978 he created "Ritual Cutter (No. 2)" as part of a series of works addressing the "cutting through" of barriers and boundaries.
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