Today, Hank Willis Thomas and For Freedoms are launching the largest public art campaign in American history.
Aaron Johnson's sock sculptures and political paintings look like outsider art on acid.
'Holograms from Syria' puts grisly war images in a hauntingly familiar context.
The 2016 presidential election was a battle of the sexes nobody wanted.
Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter explores the politics of survival at We Buy Gold in Brooklyn.
Anti-war performance art invades the Venice Biennale.
'EXIT' is more than "The Brexit Show," however.
Founder of FELT Zine Mark Sabb and new media artist Michael Green tap into the psyche of American politics.
For a new exhibition in Washington DC, Ai Weiwei shows LEGO portraits that resemble surveillance and internet images.
John Harman wields the vector line like a paintbrush in his elegantly crafted digital works.
After fleeing North Korea, Sun Mu changed his name, experimented with style, and began critiquing a regime he once admired.
How three women escaped their bubbles to build authentic conversations about art and politics in Laramie.