The marine mammal has emerged as a symbol of the capitalism-driven destruction of the planet, with protesters “orcanizing” for Climate Week actions.
Protests and exhibitions against the Islamic Republic of Iran’s authoritarian regime will take place in dozens of cities across the US.
Bordalo II staged “Walk of Shame,” printed with €500 banknotes, to call out the multimillion-dollar price tag of hosting Pope Francis.
Red paint was splashed on the wall at Broadway-Lafayette, where Neely died, along with the text “Eric Adams, you have blood on your hands.”
A group of Native artists and others held a protest outside the stadium in Glendale, Arizona, where the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles competed for the championship.
The works spanned a variety of media, showcasing the diversity of artmaking and image production that supplements a revolution.
An exhibition at San Francisco’s Letterform Archive highlights typography’s role in iconic social movements from the 1800s through the present.
In the four decades since the Islamic Revolution, Iranian artists have used clever tactics and unconventional modes of art-making to display disobedience.
As reproductive freedom hangs in the balance, Cindy Rucker Gallery held a three-day festival focused on women’s various experiences with abortion and artworks inspired by this fundamental right.
This weekend, artist Lorenzo Bussi collaborated with cleaning workers to protest poor working conditions and low pay at the glitzy contemporary art museum.
Let’s face it, the way your art is received is out of your control.
When traders on r/wallstreetbets started bankrupting short sellers of GameStop and AMC stock, social media rejuvenated imagery stretching back to the 19th century.