But is it art?: the spirit of art as activism
Nonfiction. Art. Activisim. Criticism and Theory. An anthology that explores the rise of activist public art that agitates for social change. Included are discussions of such leading and controversial artists as: the Guerrilla Girls, Gran Fury, Group Material, Women's Action Coalition, and the Artist and Homeless Collaborative.
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Nina Felshin Introduction
Robert L Pincus Chapter 1
Patricia C Phillips Chapter 10
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