Posts Tagged ‘public art’
Tags: Canada, class, graffiti, public art
In this photo taken on Monday Feb. 17, 2014, an anti-austerity work of street art featuring the Dalton Brothers from the Belgian comic ‘Lucky Luke’ is seen in the Exarchia area of central Athens. Greece’s grueling financial crisis and the harsh terms of an international bailout have inspired multiple works of graffiti around Athens.
Tags: capitalism, China, commodity fetishism, Liu Bolin, public art, unemployment
Chinese artist Liu Bolin makes himself invisible and, in doing so, makes visible two key aspects of capitalism: commodity fetishism (“Hiding in the City – Puffed Food”) and unemployment (“Hiding in the City No.18 – Laid Off”).
Another brilliant Banksy—which, alas, has since been removed. . .
Tags: Bread and Puppet, Gaza, Israel, occupation, public art, theater, war
“Invisible Hand” during the Bread and Puppet Theater Circus and Pageant (10 August 2014)
And later the same afternoon: “Fire, Emergency Performance for Gaza” :