George Floyd

At Confront Art our mission is to promote diversity and education in the arts by joining visual artists with social justice causes to create immersive public art displays globally.


Part of the SEEINJUSTICE series presented by Confront Art. 3D models by Daniel and Rodman Edwards

Floyd, 2021
Chris Carnabuci
CNC Cut Okoume Plywood, Bronze Finish
Part of the SEEINJUSTICE Series Presented by Confront Art

George Floyd

October 14, 1973 – May 25, 2020

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds was the amount of time that police held George Floyd down on the ground, as his life was extinguished.

“I Can’t Breathe” became a global outcry for justice and sparked protests and intense emotions in the long fight to end racial injustice in America.

The hundreds of layers that make up this sculpture represent a complexity that can be attributed to the life and death of George Floyd.

Proceeds from this installation go towards WEARE FLOYD 501C3, started by Terrence Floyd, George’s Brother. WE ARE FLOYD works with the NYPD to create community programs to bridge the gap between citizens and cops, and heal relationships and move forward together in unity as well as provides arts enrichment programs to youth in the Brooklyn area.

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Sotheby’s Charity Auction

LÁOLÚ NYC and Chris Carnabuci

By Confront Art

Sotheby’s New York

Proceeds To Benefit: We Are Floyd and the Breonna Taylor Foundation

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Black and White Group photo of the We Are Floyd and Confront Art members on the steps of a building with stone pillars. Artwork of George Floyd is held in the center of the photo.