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Great protest art isn't happening because we're not safe. Sad!
Museum Cancels Shia LaBeouf’s Anti-Trump Project, Calls It ‘Flashpoint for Violence’ https://t.co/SXhNdR90Q7
Artists. You can sign your own executive orders. Vet the people you work with. Show with. Sell to. Anything. Even small. Remove Trump.Richard Prince@RichardPrince4
New Richard Prince performance art?
Smuggling in little bites. But first. Had to stop and take a shit.
Japanese street artist brings the chant “NO TRUMP, NO KKK, NO FASCIST USA” to life https://t.co/PMtpRmKADa
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The anarchist collective INDECLINE has installed lifesize scupltures of Donald Trump in five cities. Suggestive of sculpture by Ron Mueck or Charles Ray, Trump is depicted completely nude. Though made out of clay, concrete, rebar and resin, the piece is similar in concept to the work on paper by Ilma Gore. Trump’s pose, with his arms folded and resting on his gut, make him seem reserved and aloof. His scowl suggests he’s indifferent to his nudity as he is to the future of the country and common decency.
The work was fabricated by Joshua Monroe, a Los Vegas-based artist who has a background in set design. He worked under the alias “Ginger” to avoid backlash from Trump supporters.
Update: The original sculptures have generated so much attention that additional versions have been commissioned and are installed in Miami and New Jersey after the originals were taken down by authorities.
New York artist Geoffrey Stein has assembled a portrait of Trump comprised of papers from his bankruptcy filings. Trump has a calm expression, which is an effective in drawing attention to the business papers of Trump’s failures that Stein used for the work.
A big thank you to @HuffingtonPost for featuring my Trump Bankruptcy Collage in their “If This Art Could Vote,” a collection of political art that comments on the 2016 election. http://ifthisartcouldvote.huffingtonpost.com/post/147854367683/trump-geoffrey-stein-the-legal-papers-from-one Posters are now available. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details. AVAILABLE #huffingtonpost #2016election #antitrumpart #trump #artforsale #realdonaldjtrump #bankruptcy