Through art, even people who don't "get political" on social media are getting engaged in the Black Lives Matter movement.
There were attempts to censor “anti-Modi” messaging like “Sab changa si (Everything is fine)” in Bengaluru this week. But despite intimidation, provocative protest art is cropping up everywhere.
A fleet of mobile billboards dispatched across the country is furthering the conversation on gun violence in America and what can be done to stop it.
With ink on paper drawings, Dmitry Borshch brings a skeptical Russian perspective to media criticism.
Street murals in Puerto Rico are channeling frustrations many share about the island’s century-long status as a U.S. territory. The work of La Puerta, an anonymous collective, has been very visible in San Juan but now, their protest art might come at a...
V.L. Cox’s installation campaign aims takes the fight against discrimination to the steps of Congress.
100 Days Action Organizer Ingrid Rojas Contreras gives us the highlights and lessons learned from of their mega-series of creative protests.
Artist Takashi Horisaki made a replica of a condemned Lower Ninth Ward house to highlight racial tension and economic disparity.
SHOWstudio's Nick Knight revisits 2008's prophetic ‘Political Fashion’ video series.
Johannah Herr is using the sleeved blanket to make anti-capitalism marketable.
GS&P's BETA lab speed-hacked a bike LED, turning it into the perfect tool for urban disruption.
Emergency Protest-Performance Honors Standing Rock's Water Protectors and Miami's Displaced "Boat People"
Gina Cunningham’s 'For All Boat People,' accompanied by Colleen Farnum’s fiery choreography, utilizes dance, video, and prayer to honor the plight of indigenous peoples.