Jemima Robinson is a New York City-based artist whose work exhibits at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Robinson’s work is also included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Jemima Robinson is a graduate of Yale University and received her master’s degree in fine art from the Art Students League in New York.
Jemima Robinson is known for being a fierce critic of the art world, and for her outspokenness on social and political issues, as well as her ability to create abstract and powerful works. Most recently, she has exhibited with the Whitney Museum of American Art, and is currently creating new work in response to the events in Ferguson, Missouri, where unarmed black teens were shot dead by white police officers.
The story of the day’s events is fascinating. You can see the action that took place in the background: the shooting of two Black women, the aftermath of two white police officers’ shooting and a black man’s arrest. A woman shot and killed a man and killed another man in front of her. The scene of the shooting is completely different from the scene of the shooting that occurred in Ferguson, Missouri.
I have to admit to being completely enamored with the story. The black teen cops are just like any other black teenager, but they really hate the police and the cops. I don’t know how many times I’ve seen police officers shot with guns, shot with sticks, shot in the head in a black teen who tried to rob them of their life.
I have to remind you that the police in Ferguson, Missouri are not “just like any other police officer.” They are a terrorist organization dedicated to destroying America’s way of life. They are also a terrorist organization dedicated to destroying America’s way of life.