What’s Changed Since the Guerrilla Girls Began Calling Out Art-World Sexism in 1985?
Not as much as we like to pretend, say the Guerilla Girls in an exclusive interview with GARAGE.
A Chinese Artist Is Inviting Viewers to Retrace Famous Protest Marches
XU ZHEN® celebrates freedom of expression—and compares Trump to the flu.
Exclusive: See Ryan McGinley's Photographs of a Kiss-In for LGBTQIA+ Rights
Activist group Voices4 staged an action at the Consulate of Uzbekistan in New York City to show solidarity with queer people facing government repression.
Michael Landy, An Artist Famous For Destruction, Turns His Eye To Trump
British artist Michael Landy, notorious for destroying all his own possessions in public for 2001's performance installation "Break Down," takes on the president, Brexit, and the culture of protest.
Vintage Photos by the NYPD's "Red Squad" Capture a City in Turmoil
A new exhibition traces the social and political upheaval of New York City in the 1960s and '70s through surveillance photos taken by a special police division.