With the Olympics only a few weeks away, the global Occupy movement has started ramping up its activities in London, and a vacant house owned by British artist Anish Kapoor was the site of a one-day protest that began Friday.
Today in putting your money where your mouth is: famed British artist Anish Kapoor has rejected an offer to show his work at the National Museum of China in Beijing in protest of Ai Weiwei's ongoing arrest and detention. This, plus ... Read Post
As the global Occupy movement used the May Day celebrations as a way of rekindling the spark after a deflationary few months, artists were at the centre of New York events. There’s been a close alliance between art and activism thro... Read Post