In this Art Dirt podcast, Brandon Zech and Christina Rees talk about censorship, the pitfalls of didactic messaging, and what not to do when making political art.
“We need to keep in mind that art rarely has a chance to actually make a difference.”
Thanks to this week’s podcast sponsor, the Rockport Center for the Arts and their exhibition, Angalee DeForest: Illuminated Reflections. For more information on the show, go here.
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Mel Chin: Rematch
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Political Art That Doesn’t Make Me Gag
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