Artists and Politicians Respond to International Criminal Court, article in Political Animal Magazine

In a rare case of agreement, politicians and artists alike are casting doubts on the viability of the International Criminal Court. Artist Milo Rau and current debates on the ICC are highlighted in my article for Political Animal Magazine.

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Guatemalan artist Regina Jose Galindo provides another perspective on Central American immigration discussion

Works by Guatemalan artist Regina Jose Galindo in LA in 2017 provide an alternate perspective on the experiences that Central Americans face when considering immigrating to the US. See my full article in Political Animal Magazine. From the series: Art of Politics, Politics of Art

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Bare breasts but no ‘bunga bunga’ in Political Animal Magazine

Think that Donald Trump is a ‘colorful’ political leader? Wait until you read about Silvio Berlusconi, former Italian Prime Minister. The recent Italian General Election, neo-fascism, protest and prostitution  are the topics of my latest article in Political Animal Magazine. Click here to read: Bare Breasts, but no Bunga Bunga From the series: Art of Politics, Politics […]

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Right-wing Austrian politics and art policy featured in “Political Animal”

An article on Right-wing Austrian politics and art policy is the first in a series of articles that I am writing for Political Animal magazine. “Art of Politics, Politics of Art,” looks at how artists around the world are using public and participatory art forms to describe and analyze contemporary politics. With an eye to the intersection of […]

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