We spoke to Kennardphillipps, the artist duo responsible for the iconic explosive Blair selfie, as well as a bunch of other great stuff.
Artists Zoë Buckman and Natalie Frank collected shockingly ignorant quotes from Donald Trump, Bill Clinton and more, and put them on a wall for all to see.
An ongoing exhibition at the New York Academy of Art explores how pushing buttons artistically has changed over the years.
The FBI kept extensive files on Sadie Barnette’s ex-Black Panther father, so she turned the declassified documents into art.
Mixed-media artist Ilona Gaynor uses her breadth of financial and legal knowledge to tell inward-facing stories of the justice system.
Tucked away in a nondescript laundromat, a provocative artist message lies in wait.
'HOTTER THAN JULY: Hands Off My Cuntry' opens January 11 at Undercurrent Projects in New York.
The Center for Artistic Activism helps artists and activists make their work more effective.
Artist Michael Green made political art out of #Pizzagate while under the influence of BrainForce, a neural activation drug purchased on Infowars.com.
Irena Haiduk’s booth as part of the Kabinett Section of Art Basel offered candy to fairgoers….if they were willing to take a political stance.
Sura Haarp takes a stand against socio-political inequalities with cardboard installations.
A new show at London’s Pump House gallery explores the absurdities of bureaucratic control.