The edition is available to the public on the website of the Treatment Action Group. Zoe Leonard‘s beloved 1992 text work I Want a President was revived in the lead-up to the election of Donald Trump in 2016 and now, just after the midterms, it’s getting new life again—this time as a series of 100 prints, half of which are reserved for museums only. ‘I want a dyke for president. return numDays * 24 * 60; 2016 High Line Art, 'I want a president', New York NY Hauser & Wirth, 'In the Wake', New York NY. Zoe Leonard, TV Wheelbarrow, 2001, dye transfer print, 20 in. ctx.customSerializer(); Accession number 2019.15. o[this.name] = [o[this.name]]; if (!found) { This is a structural question. timeout: 10000 In 2016, Leonard revisited I want a president—both as public art and as a limited edition print—considering the following question: What is different today, and what remains the same? The text is emblematic of Leonard’s involvement with activist and feminist collectives; she began working in New York City in the 1980s, an era marked by heightened political awareness due to the enormous loss of … }; + '