Artist Brad Downey’s travels through the Carolinas made him very curious about the crop of Trump shops that are still open.
In addition to looting and damaging furniture and spraying graffiti throughout the complex, insurrectionists vandalized six sculptures and two paintings.
While Trump appears to have sparked a progressive uprising in the art world, there remains a battle between a grassroots struggle to redistribute power, and those who place institutional preservation at the center.
Susan Allan Block called for “no peace” and “no concession,” called Kamala Harris a “whore,” and labeled Joe Biden an “illegitimate president” in controversial social media posts.
Like a hybrid of a Where’s Waldo puzzle and Hieronymus Bosch painting, Chris Santa Maria’s collage culls from the unsettlingly familiar visual torrent of Trump’s administration.
The painting of Trump ominously descending an escalator on the day he announced his presidential campaign was sold by Phillips in London today.
The Pérez Art Museum Miami says it has a responsibility to remain nonpartisan, per official guidelines on election advocacy released by the American Alliance of Museums.
There is a dangerous chain of words, imagery, and even numbers appropriated from Nazi Germany and reintroduced into American political culture by the Trump campaign. While Trump’s brand of fascism is a local language, it speaks with a German accent.
After being shared by Donald Trump, the video became the first media flagged by Twitter’s new policy to curb the spread of fake videos.
In a draft executive order, the US government seeks to impose the classical style on federal buildings so that they “once again inspire respect instead of bewilderment or repugnance.”
The artist called the United States a “willing partner” in China’s “monstrous regime.”
A Chicago-based firm has launched a satirical campaign to build a border wall replica around the Mar-A-Lago. They will donate all proceeds to the International Refugee Assistance Program.