A drawing report from Day 1 of the resistance movement.
On the eve of the #J20 Art Strike and a solidarity event it’s organizing at the Whitney Museum, the collective has released a statement outlining art’s role in the fight against fascism in the US and around the world.
Robert Kramer’s 1969 film Ice, about a group of revolutionaries in New York City, is part of a series of dystopian movies screening at Anthology Film Archives to coincide with Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Dozens of US galleries and nonprofits have announced their plans to close in solidarity with the #J20 Art Strike on Friday, January 20.
We Make America, a group formed after the election, has been crafting art inspired by the Statue of Liberty for the January 21 marches in Washington and New York.
As the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration nears, we’re keeping track of all the New York City art spaces that will stay closed in protest.
Fair attendees, invited guests, and members of the public are invited to recite quotes from the President’s speeches, interviews, and other appearances.
Winners of an open call will receive $500 per piece and see their art used on 30,000 posters and nine large-scale banners.
Two St. Louisans want to stop the loan of George Caleb Bingham’s painting “Verdict of the People” for Donald Trump’s inaugural luncheon.