For 25 seconds, Pussy Riot disrupted the World Cup in one of their most daring protests in years.
A giant balloon of the childish leader of the United States will appear above London during the President’s visit.
A clandestine modification of a junk removal billboard and a nighttime projection of a political cartoon called out the president’s family separation policy.
Rosen employs a visual idiom of protest that relies more on wordplay than imagery.
After a Thai mogul was arrested for allegedly hunting in a wildlife sanctuary, artists started painting panther murals to keep the story in the public consciousness.
The shadowy artist collective Indecline converted a room at the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Manhattan into a solo jail cell for a man playing President Trump.
Harvard University’s Cyberlaw Clinic and metaLAB have created a free guide for making protest art while navigating intellectual property law.
After a moment of incredible unity around the #J20 Art Strike, the art community’s protest movements have fragmented as the reality of everyday life under Trump has set in.
Over a million people around the world protested the one-year anniversary of the Trump administration, and many showed up with great signs, the greatest in fact, these are definitely some very very great signs.
“We’re really here to point that out that this is not an appropriate use of American technology,” said a member of Artcolectivist, a binational group involved in the light graffiti-project.
Artist Aram Han Sifuentes has created a roving archive of fabric protest signs, which anyone can check out at no charge.
Some two dozen performers took over the building’s public garden on June 14 to protest President Trump’s plan to eliminate the NEA.