The Cummer Museum’s Concourse Art Shop features Northeast Florida artist and street photographer, Malcolm Jackson (b. 1993).
Malcolm uses his photography as a bridge to connect the viewer to the realities of life for the common person in the 21st century. He uses street photography as his practice as a way to focus on race, class, identity, and community.
Malcolm’s work has been featured in The New York Times, GQ, Nike, Bloomberg, People Magazine, and ESPN.