The Beehive Collective‘s wonderfully complex posters have been in circulation for a decade, and to celebrate, they’re publishing their full body of work. Some of these posters have been out of print for years and others have yet to be seen. Their work offers the full scope of complicated social and political issues; Beehive designs [...]
Chicago’s corporate ad space was taken over last Monday by street art advocating for the care of traumatized veterans, and against their redeployment. Just Seeds teamed up with Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) veterans and supporters for Operation Exposure: War is Trauma, a part of the ongoing series held by the National Veterans Art [...]
Today, Platypus digs in for an all day discussion of art criticism and theory at the New School. The event focuses on the implications of a teaching of art production via critique, especially what historical understanding can be had of current art production pedagogies, and the relationship of critique to contemporary trends, especially transdisciplinary practice. [...]
The wonderful folks at Turbulence were gracious enough to send a review copy of What Would it Mean to Win? our way. What follows is a much delayed review of the book. Should you want to spend some time with the text yourself, which we recommend, PM Press has copies.
UPDATE: Sean Martindale’s tents remained in Trinity Bellwoods Park for nearly four weeks, but the city evicted the project for, among other things, “camping in a public park without authority,” Torontoist reports. Photo by Spacing Magazine‘s Jenn O. Yim Toronto’s public space advocates are no stranger to guerrilla reclamation efforts that target illegal signs. Sean [...]