A part-time artist is attracting controversy for his photos in which petite white women are draped around his neck as scarves.|
Nate Hill, 36, is a self-described performance artist. The New Yorker's latest stunt, titled Trophy Scarves, is intended to draw attention to the social complexities surrounding mixed-race relationships.
Hill says that the act of posing in a tuxedo with nearly-naked women around his neck is meant to draw attention to an ‘issue in the public now about black men who might think of being with white women as a status symbol,’ he told MailOnline.
The artist: Nate Hill, 36, poses with petite white women around his neck as 'Trophy Scarves' and has amassed over 7,500 Instagram followers who are drawn to his work