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What is the micro-political significance of Frieze Art Fair’s ‘Nuclear Soup’?

This year at Frieze, two artists called the ‘United Brothers’ invited gallery goers to eat soup made with daikon radishes grown in the Fukushima area of Japan. 1,024 more words

'Does This Soup Taste Ambivalent?'

Feminist Art and the Political Imagination

By Amy Mullin

Investigates the interplay between political art and aesthetics with a focus on feminist art and questions what essential qualities are required to determine whether art can be considered ‘good art’. 41 more words

Journal Articles

"I Knew FDR And Greg Abbott Is No FDR"

Dennis Ray Lewis AKA SABO


Wendy Davis for Texas : She knew FDR , and Greg Abbott is no FDR …

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Tribute to Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin


Hi everyone,

I’ve launched a campaign to raise money for the families of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin through a painting I did that depicts the violence in which they both died.   76 more words

Lola Dupre's Collage Art Is A Visceral Representation Of Media Distortion

In the age of Photoshop, an artist creates surreally distorted, politically charged images with paper and scissors. 

Lola Dupre‘s collage art encompasses extremes of accessibility and disgustingness. 233 more words