• Untitled (Bourgeoisie), 2006 Exhibited at the 52nd Venice Biennale
  • Untitled (MJ Over Red Skull), 2007 Exhibited at the 52nd Venice Biennale
  • Untitled, 2007 Exhibited at the 52nd Venice Biennale
  • Verona #1, 2001
  • Amor de mi Vida, 2001
  • Verona #2, 2001
  • Polizia (Mille Luce), 2001
  • Blow Up, 2001
  • Untitled (Thuram), 2001
  • Ragazzi del Calcio, 2001
  • Opel, 2001
  • Roman Stranger #3, 2001
  • Roman Stranger #1, 2001
  • Roman Stranger #5, 2001
  • Roman Stranger #4, 2001
  • Roman Stranger #7, 2001

Harris became interested in exploring crowds, masculinity and power during a fellowship in 2001 at the American Academy in Rome. Inspired by a Herald Tribune cover story on racism in Italian soccer as well as Elias Canetti’s book Crowds and Power, Harris produced a photographic essay on the world of Italian soccer (several images of which were published in The New York Times Magazine), plus a set of strangers encountered in the streets and train stations of Rome. In addition to gelatin silver prints, this series consists of archival pigment prints on kozo paper and silver foil, mounted with Ghanaian funerary fabric, which were included in the 2007 Venice Biennale.