Michael Brown’s father says Chicago exhibit of his son is disgusting

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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) - It's labeled as a work of art; an exhibit in Chicago featuring a life size portrayal of Michael Brown after he was killed last year in Ferguson. News11's April Simpson sat down with Michael Brown Senior in an exclusive interview you will only be on News11.

The new art exhibit now on display at an art gallery in Chicago is disgusting to Michael Brown Senior.

The exhibit titled confronting truths; wake up features the works of New Orleans based artist Ti-Rock Moore.

Among the works is a life sized mannequin of Michael Brown Junior laying face down after being shot and killed by then Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

Mike Brown Senior says the disturbing exhibit brings back painful memories.

Brown says he still grieving while trying to move on.

Demarco Davidson and Jana gamble are two of several helping Mike Sr. move on, while making a change in the community through a foundation called Chosen for Change.

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