Where’s the Revolution, is an exhibition featuring political art commentaries curated by Marci Rubin. The role of a political artist is to express different points of view regarding global politics and social justice standards. Throughout history, artists’ works have documented and reflected the signs of the times. Examples of original political artworks in the exhibition include: commentaries on the political global climate in our past, present or future; peaceful protest banners & demonstration art; portraits of activists & key figures involved in government & social change; propaganda & satire cartoons; dedications & depictions of social movements.
Paintings, drawings, graphic art, photography, video, and sculpture will be showcased in Where’s The Revolution.
Garrett Leo Augustyn
Meredith Mays Espino
Kathy Blankley Roman
Image: Sara Peak Convery, Sum of its Parts: Patterns of Patriotism. Red canvas, cut and sewn printed US flags, thread, PVC, 2018, 59.5” x 61”. $1,750