Ralph Lazar is a South African-born, California-based artist.

He contemporaneously documents global politics with a focus on the US, creating pieces in real-time, as the news unfolds. His work has been showcased at Art Basel Miami, The LA Art Show, Art Palm Springs and Art Market San Francisco amongst others.

Recurring themes he explores are current affairs, race relations, Civil Rights, US Presidential history, the US Supreme Court and the US Constitution.

A Stanford University group getting the low-down on RECONSTITUTION. Two 8ft high panels featuring every word of the US Constitution (4,543 words), each hand-written, cut out and randomly reconfigured.
Photo source: Saatchiart

SCOTUS 2018 chronologically orders all Supreme Court Justices since the court was formed by George Washington in 1789. 114 Justices in Total. 108 white men. 2 black men. 3 white women. 1 Hispanic woman.
The Mueller Report Drops – March 18, 2019 (448:10:24): This piece documents the reaction across multiple US media outlets (across the full political spectrum) in the first 24 hours after the report was released.
November 8, 2016 is a real-time recording of the day Trump got elected, starting at 5AM and ending midnight PST.