Whereas the American government is providing loans to Puerto Rican victims of Hurricane Maria, Arte al Rescate is providing direct aid to victims by fundraising through the arts.
70 of New York City arts organizations have called upon the City’s government to convene a symposium on how to better serve the city’s immigrant community now under siege by ICE and the Trump administration.
When artist Banu Cennetoğlu’s “The List” was mysteriously removed from the Liverpool Biennial, some thought it could have been a mistake. Now there’s evidence that the tear down was intentional.
There were at least two things Americans should have banned outright in the 1970s when they had the chance: asbestos and Donald Trump.
Laugh Back’s comedic timing is so regrettably tardy that its punchlines about Trumpism and American masculinity fail to land.
We spoke with designer Matt Bonner who “birthed” Trump Baby about his grand political aspirations for his newborn, gassy blimp.
Approximately 200,000 protesters — and at least one plump balloon — are expected at rallies to protest President Donald Trump’s trip to the UK.
A giant balloon of the childish leader of the United States will appear above London during the President’s visit.
From aggregated apathy to zealous zombie.
The art world is part of the actual world. Let’s imagine and reflect the society we want to live in.
I revisited the books I read after the election and made a poem, or conversation, out of some of the things I underlined.
As an artist, I want to invoke something you can imagine — or even better, have experienced — and then ask you to start applying that lived knowledge outwards.