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.
The #NoDAPLartmovement hashtag is bringing artists together in solidarity and resistance.
Comparing headlines from 1937 with today's news offers a prescient warning for the future.
Photos from 'Authority Figure,' a "massive choreography of obedient relationships" at the Knockdown Center.
The Montalvo Arts Center, with the help of Bruce Yonemoto, Karen Finley, and George Takei, are taking down its racist founder and the Republican presidential nominee in the same breath.
Abby Elizabeth’s sculptural art examines the destructive effects of cheap chemicals and global militarization.
Romuald Hazoumè’s 'All in the Same Boat' depicts the odds stacked against refugees.
'A World Not Ours' features work from artists who have experience trauma and exodus.
A gut-wrenching uncovering of the War on Terror’s violations of human rights emerges in Edmund Clark’s solo show at IWC London.
From the 1960s to the present, the Center for the Study of Political Graphics presents political art for each election cycle.