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Sep 25, 2008

Political struggles often provide the inspiration for radical visual cultures.

By FLYP Staff

Including hundreds of posters, photographs, moving images and audio clips, Signs of Change: Social Movement Cultures 1960s to Now, a traveling art exhibit and forthcoming catalog, offers a chance to see relatively unknown and rarely seen works.
Curators Dara Greenwald and Josh MacPhee paint an exciting and energetic portrait of people engaged in the political process.

In our interactive end page, discover the artistic outputs of protesters from various movements, from anti-Apartheid activists to anarchists.

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This is great. As good as it gets. Beautiful web design. It should be in classrooms. How I found it I don’t remember. I simply know that it NEEDS A LARGER AUDIENCE.

Rowland Scherman
Oct 1, 2008

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