Touring 25 cities in the US and Canada, a collection of graphics commemorating the centennial year of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).
An on-going project producing and showing posters that focus on important moments in 'people's history': from the Mujeres Libres to the recent Bolivian water struggle.
One hundred photos of street stencils from throughout history and around the world, to convey the important role street stenciling has played in social movements.
Two works which represent our civilisation, consumption, its opulence. The city is represented as a dump, a place founded on ruins and war.
The sidewalks are overflowing with discoveries and an unlimited quantity of metal, rusted by acid rain.
The paintings are part of an ongoing study of North American culture; examining our relationships with television and relations of suppressor vs. suppressed.
Three sketches by an Israeli artist which explore modern tribalism, urban alienation, and survival.
This graphic attempts to expose the so-called "war on drugs" as a smokescreen for the interests of multinationals in the Amazon's natural resources.
The exhibit is meant to raise awareness about the impact and consequences of repression of armed conflict, and about the work of Guatemalan communities and organisations for justice.
Part of a large installation work, "¡Guatemala! The Road of War" created at the height of the brutal repression of the Mayan people of Guatemala; also a homage to Goya's "Disasters of War' etchings.
Arab countries are "led" by dictatorships that rule with an iron fist, many of them US allies and serving as their local police. American "ideology" is freedom and democracy; American reality is imperialism and hypocrisy.
A selection of photos from Lotayef's trip to Iraq in 2003 and a few from his trip to Palestine in 2004, which bring home the resistance of daily life under brutal occupations.
Paper replica of a work in Guttman's installation, "Notes From the 20th: Walter". An inspirational confirmation of the power of words, of thinking, of the mind, of understanding and knowledge in the midst of the horror of our times.
Our bodies and their stories are tangible and ephemeral; choices that we make about what to remember and what to let go create history and new possibilities for the present and the future.
Powerful array of artwork by prisoners in the US, mostly done on 8 1/2 x 11 paper. Collected by Anarchist Black Cross Chicago.
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