British Artist Nicola Green describes the story of Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign in seven iconic silkscreen prints. With uncommon access to the future president, the artist took six trips to the U.S. to record what would lead to Obama's historic victory. She gained access because of her husband, the black Labour MP David Lammy, who knew the president before he took office. Sensing the urgency of the matter, Green decided to dive into the two-year project full-force which lead to the exhibit entitled In Seven Days... now on display at the Walker Art Gallery indefinitely, just in time for the Inauguration on Monday.

[via LiverpoolMuseums]

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