Showcasing a year in resistance against President Trump
A clutch of contemporary artists form a united front in the age of Trump. Welcome to UNTITLED SPACE.
‘ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE‘ is an exhibition celebrating the insurrectionary movement against Donald Trump and his controversial presidency. Since assuming office as the 45th President of the United States just over a year ago, he has galvanized large groups of activists to unite in solidarity against his “tyrannical policies and draconian governance.”
Artistic reaction to Trump take on a range of ideas and expressions – from subversive revolt, outright anger and desperate sadness. Curator Indira Cesarine has organized the works of over 80 artists at New York’s Untitled Space, making it a bastion of resistance and a pulsating, eye-popping polemic. Addressing issues like rising white nationalism, nativism and “conservative cruelty,” the artists and their work make an attempt to shake us all awake, and shock America out of its zombified snooze.
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