Made in Palestine is the first museum exhibition in the United States devoted to the contemporary art of Palestine. It is a survey of work by artists living in the West Bank, Gaza, and parts of Israel.
Hermann Nitsch: The Orgies Mysteries Theater - $20 Purchase
Hermann Nitsch may have stirred more controversy with his art than any artist of the last fifty years, but in times like these, characterized by perpetual war and human brutality, his cause and his art are righteous and highly pertinent.
All art is political in the sense that it either directly or indirectly supports or opposes the agenda and perceptions of the ruling classes. Artists and politicians confront opposing issues of freedom. The artist deals with freedom of expression whereas politicians make laws restricting freedom.
Over the last ten years, the issue of the murdered women of Juárez has become a serious concern to human rights activists around the world. Frontera 450+ consists of the work of seventeen distinguished artists who are bringing their art to bear on these horrendous crimes.
Expatria is an exhibition of ghosts, transient afterimages and lingering sounds on the perimeter of hearing. The title, Expatria, suggests the separation from national markers, both physical and cultural.
Salvatore Scarpitta: Outlaw Art At Racing Speeds - $27 Purchase
Salvatore Scarpitta had a major solo-exhibition at the Art Car Museum in Houston, Texas, February 17 - May 1, 2001. Salvatore Scarpitta (23 March 1919 – 10 April 2007) was an American artist best known for his sculptural studies of motion.