A Russian Artist Reimagines the World in Bold Blue Ink
With ink on paper drawings, Dmitry Borshch brings a skeptical Russian perspective to media criticism.
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
Door Sculptures Bring a Message to End Hate to DC
V.L. Cox’s installation campaign aims takes the fight against discrimination to the steps of Congress.
These Art Activists Held 152 Events Over Trump’s First 100 Days
100 Days Action Organizer Ingrid Rojas Contreras gives us the highlights and lessons learned from of their mega-series of creative protests.
Japanese Artist Builds Full-Scale Replica of Home Hit by Hurricane Katrina
Artist Takashi Horisaki made a replica of a condemned Lower Ninth Ward house to highlight racial tension and economic disparity.
How 'Political Fashion' Films Predicted 2017 in 2008
SHOWstudio's Nick Knight revisits 2008's prophetic ‘Political Fashion’ video series.
'Snuggies for the Revolution’ Are the Coziest Way to Fight the Power
Johannah Herr is using the sleeved blanket to make anti-capitalism marketable.
Spinning This Hacked Umbrella Turns It into an LED Screen for Protesters
GS&P's BETA lab speed-hacked a bike LED, turning it into the perfect tool for urban disruption.
Emergency Protest-Performance Honors Standing Rock's Water Protectors and Miami's Displaced "Boat People"
Gina Cunningham’s 'For All Boat People,' accompanied by Colleen Farnum’s fiery choreography, utilizes dance, video, and prayer to honor the plight of indigenous peoples.
Cardboard IKEA House and Rocking Horse Cutouts Tackle Social Inequity
Sura Haarp takes a stand against socio-political inequalities with cardboard installations.
Mirrored #NoDAPL Protest Signs Protect Protestors from Anti-Police
New York designer Nikolas Bentel has created mirrored signs to distract police and aide the anti-DAPL protestors.
Meet the Guerrilla Gorillas Making Patriarchy Art History
Art activist group Guerrilla Girls digs into art diversity in Europe, in a new exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery.
Donald Trump’s Unwashed Fork to be Used in a Protest Against Xenophobia
This is what happens when Australian artist Van T. Rudd gets his hands on a dinner fork used by Donald Trump.
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