The community-led artwork also spotlights the city’s continued advocacy for racial and economic justice.
“The chickens give a voice to the voiceless in our community,” said Billy Corben, who participated in the action against commissioner Joe Carollo.
Rachel Lears’s new film To the End is optimistic, perhaps to a fault.
The Tomato Season collective’s campaign, titled “SHAME,” calls attention to the city marshals who enforce evictions, utility shut-offs, and foreclosures, exacerbating the housing crisis.
The chef’s Barrio Café in Metro Phoenix is home to the bold and the beautiful.
Materials from the poet’s personal library testify to lifelong engagement with the Black community.
The artists in Staging Injustice: Italian Art 1880-1917 faced a real problem: how to represent injustices and project a hopeful vision of what changes were possible?
During a recorded conversation with activists, an officer began backing the conversation with the sounds of Taylor Swift.
White supremacy is shitty.
In this two-part conversation, two of the leading activists in the New York art community talk about their lives, work, and what’s next.
Using drone technology to photograph protests may be enticing at first, but such aerial images are also used for surveillance by law enforcement.
Formerly known as the “Redskins,” the team will change its name and logo.