Tribute and Respect to both frontline and essential workers., 2020
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“One of the many lessons that this current crisis teaches us is that many people we usually consider to be low-skilled are actually critical to the proper functioning of our countries. They are in fact recognized key workers. Unfortunately, many of these people are invisible in our acknowledgements of those on the front lines.
“It is both a symbol and a symptom of the blatant inequality that persists in our cities, our countries and throughout the world. In times of crisis, immigrants and minorities are generally the most impacted class of people.”
Lady Jday is a young and promising French street artist, based in New-York, strongly influenced by feminism and women struggling. More than a simple guidance, engagement and fighting are fully part of her work. She is deeply involved in women’s rights movement and social justice, and her paintings strongly reflect her engagement.
Her colorful and lively work, with expressive features, testifies to her ability to feel and relay emotions. She exhibited her artworks in Paris, Los Angeles, and New York and participated to international street art performances in Paris, Dubai, New-York, Los Angeles, Bruxelles, Seoul, Busan, Beijing, London and San Francisco.
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