A sign for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign joins presidential runners-up in Nina Katchadourian’s “Monument to the Unelected” in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park.
What do we do now as artists, writers, curators, and other members of a community that was so vested in one candidate?
As voters head to the polls, the hashtag #electionbooks is offering a literary and punderful outlet for the frustrations of an exhausted electorate.
Honor the memory of suffragists in New York City at these memorials for the movement’s leading figures.
We can’t concentrate on much else so we’re going to liveblog all the images, memes, and art-related goings-on today. Feel free to post comments below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have images, comments, or hot tips to share. Democracy is happening!
Has Kruger become a one-trick pony? Is her
graphic design art divine? We thought we’d ask.
Hillary Clinton appears to be artists’ favorite in the 2016 US presidential election, while her opponent Donald Trump has not been endorsed by a single well-known artist.
How will we endure this?
Right-wing political activists tried to fool a Brooklyn gallery into showing their pro-Trump art; they screamed censorship when they were found out. What is this really all about?
The US Presidential election cycle has become a hotbed of coded memes and imagery.
As New Yorkers head to the polls tomorrow for the 2016 presidential primaries — and many more states follow suit in the coming weeks and months — it’s important to keep in mind each candidate’s record on culture.