A new video advertisement from the president-elect references O’Grady’s 1983 performance “Art Is…”
Painter and illustrator Edel Rodriguez uses political cartoons to condemn Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, strict immigration policies, and more.
Hyperallergic’s news team discusses the artistic track records of the Democratic candidates, creative projects combatting voter disenfranchisement, and more.
The museum rolled its Trump lookalike off the premises in a dumpster.
“Artists for Biden/Harris” has been training art workers across the country to make calls encouraging others to vote in the most consequential election of our lifetimes.
The Democratic presidential nominees commissioned eight Black artists to create murals in their communities that urge participation in the upcoming election.
Like a hybrid of a Where’s Waldo puzzle and Hieronymus Bosch painting, Chris Santa Maria’s collage culls from the unsettlingly familiar visual torrent of Trump’s administration.
Museums around the city are serving as voting centers, with some offering the option of curbside voting for those who’d rather stay in their vehicle or who require assistance.
New York Magazine commissioned voting stickers with imaginative designs by 48 artists.
“The future is not shaped by voting alone, but voting is crucial to make a healthy, functional democracy,” the artist said in an Instagram post.
From a voting station for those who can’t vote to a fascinating history of campaign ads in the US, artists in Los Angeles got you covered ahead of November 3.
To the Polls 2020 features murals by six Philadelphia-based artists, including a jubilant altar to “our voting rights ancestors.”