Artists have created illustrated recipes for homemade sazón, mashups of the Trump family with Francisco Goya artworks, and more.
Trump and his surrogates have repeatedly and blatantly integrated fascist aesthetics into the campaign. This T-shirt design is only the latest example.
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo says the proposed ban is an effort to “deny the Chinese communist party access to private information that belongs to Americans.”
What can we say about an image that understood Trump’s root persona early on, and froze it in time?
Trump will be breaking a four decades-long White House tradition, fueling years of dispute between him and former President Barack Obama.
A Chinese news agency released a propagandistic cartoon to herald its success at combating the coronavirus — that is admittedly entertaining.
The $100 limited-edition coin features imagery of the microscopic virus and a presidential podium, surrounded by Trumpian slogans.
On social media, Fauci is being celebrated with admiring portraits, from cartoons to sock puppets bearing his image.
The 2021 budget proposal labels the NEA, as well as National Endowment for the Humanities, under the category of “wasteful and unnecessary funding.”
Partnered with Brooklyn bakery Butter & Scotch, a group of friends raised funds to send cakes brandishing messages like “Don’t Dessert Democracy.”
Pelosi called the artists “something where we find our common ground.” However, clear political divides in the art world are more apparent than ever.
Targeting Iranian cultural heritage is first and foremost bad because of the devastating effects it would have on Iranians. We in the rest of the world may feel a real loss, but that is secondary at best.