At 1-800 Happy Birthday, payphones ring periodically with loving voicemails from families and strangers, and all the dates in the show are birthdays — “there are no deathdates.”
Artist Magnus Juliano was the target of threatening comments after police called for the removal of his painting “Off the Pig” from the Cincinnati Art Museum.
The government’s usurpation of Salcedo’s Fragmentos installation has been viewed as the latest instance of “artwashing” by the Colombian Ministry of Culture.
1-800 Happy Birthday takes a simple yet ambitious approach to the epidemic of racial violence.
The organizations verified over 1,000 pieces of video evidence showing hundreds of attacks on civilians and journalists during this year’s demonstrations.
“There’s a story behind every poster,” says Carol Wells, a former medievalist who abandoned her dissertation to devote her life to posters.
For years, only the Los Angeles Free Press chronicled the many incidents of police violence in Los Angeles, making crucial connections between racial disenfranchisement and mass unrest.
The solution, innovated by software developer Noah Conk and a cohort of anonymous programmers, allows iPhone photographs to be published without revealing information about when and where they were taken.
If you’ve been on social media this week, you’ve likely seen growing calls to defund the police. Here are a few resources for understanding the very urgent need to reexamine and shift the role police play in our society.
Sepuya is directing people to organizations like National Bail Out and #BlackLivesMatter-Los Angeles. Anyone who provides receipt for a donation of $250 and upwards will receive a print by the photographer.
The colorful painting has become a memorial site for Minneapolis residents to honor Floyd and mourn his death.