The Art of Protest: Political art and activism | Author: Francesca Gavin
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Thanks to art’s ability to communicate and influence, it has always had a charged relationship with activism. Today, famous and local artists around the globe are commenting on politics and raising awareness on issues like anti-democratic regimes, climate change, diversity and immigration.
This title explores the connection between art, politics and activism today, revealing how, over the past decade, artists have been engaging with political and social issues through different artistic mediums.
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