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There are memes aplenty for the new US President, who inspired one of the largest protests in the country’s history on his first day in office. And from the looks of it, the meme-sters are only getting started.
#TrumpArtworks is the latest hashtag to brings together some of my favorite things: art and political satire. Urinal joke? Check. Little hands? Check. Alternative Facts? You betcha! Even arty Narcissus references. Putin? Well, of course.
Many of these tweets were a response to prodding by UK humor site the Poke, and I thank them for their thirst for memes alternative facts.
— Rob Dicken (@1970RobD) January 23, 2017
— Roger Carter (@speccy2) January 23, 2017
— Jamie (@GingerPower_) January 23, 2017
— joe heenan (@joeheenan) January 23, 2017
— Gareth ‘Now Wash Your Hands’ Bellamy (@thebellow) January 23, 2017
— Graham Tope (@monkey_wrangler) January 23, 2017
— @hughkeogh (@hughkeogh) January 23, 2017
— Dom Graham (@GuitaristDom) January 23, 2017
— Neil Wright (@neilmwright) January 23, 2017
— Andy (@techsurv) January 23, 2017
— Shit Britain (@britainisshit) January 23, 2017
— Kenny (@calvinatheart) January 23, 2017
— Daniel Coates (@dj_coates1) January 23, 2017
— Martin (@_SmartUK) January 23, 2017
Every utopia is a social experiment, the artist suggests in this commission for the Performa performance art biennial, and we’re ultimately the guinea pigs.
“You can’t live in a house that’s built upon your back.” This is one of the more memorable phrases spoken by the scripted lovers of Tschabalala Self’s Sounding Board, what Performa describes in its promotional materials as an “experimental play.” That phrase, uttered by one romantic partner to the other, operates as guidance, warning, dictate,…
Two K-12 art teachers will each receive a $1,000 cash gift and an additional $500 to put toward classroom art supplies. Nominations are due October 31.
A commitment to trans subjects, and their queer communities, is manifested as a holding environment made approachable by our concern, grounded in intimacy and legacy, enfolding any viewer who will stop, listen, and receive love.
Todd Chandler’s documentary Bulletproof looks at the many people monetizing the societal rot of school shootings.
In Philadelphia, a series of solo shows delves into the interdisciplinary practices of graduates whose work explores identity, familial bonds, political constructs, and nature’s fragility.
On November 14, join Columbia University School of the Arts for virtual information sessions with the program chair, faculty, and staff.
The artists released the risograph-printed booklet series Organizing Power to assist in the arduous process of assembling a bargaining unit and negotiating.
From 1963 through 1968, Warhol produced nearly 650 films, including hundreds of Screen Tests and dozens of full-length movies.
Melvin Edwards, Maren Hassinger, and Alison Saar are among the artists kicking off the Destination Crenshaw initiative.