A visual journey through 100 years of protest art, which is more relevant than ever in our digital, visually rich, and social-media driven age. Art has always declared its dissatisfaction against the status quo. Throughout history artists have used their art to criticize and protest a range of injustices and inequalities, oppression, and violence. Their art is an act of defiance, but more importantly it has given a voice to the voiceless and the marginalized. Paperback, 160 pages.
Recommended for You
Members Save 10%
Museum members receive 10% off all items from our museum stores, including sale items and custom Art on Demand prints.