Snowden bust premieres at Brooklyn Museum

The Edward Snowden bust that was illegally installed in Fort Greene Park last year is back in Brooklyn.

The Edward Snowden bust that was illegally installed in Fort Greene Park last year is back in Brooklyn.

The Edward Snowden bust that was illegally installed in Fort Greene Park last year is back in Brooklyn. (2/17/16)

BROOKLYN - The Edward Snowden bust that was illegally installed in Fort Greene Park last year is back in Brooklyn.

The Brooklyn Museum premiered the Snowden bust on Wednesday. Last April, a group of artists put the bust on the Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument at Fort Greene Park as a tribute to the National Security Agency whistleblower.

The bust is now part of the Agitprop exhibition, featuring art with a political message.

The exhibit will be at the museum through August.

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