People gather around a statue depicting republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in the nude on 18 August, 2016 in San Francisco, United States. Anarchist collective INDECLINE created five statues depicting Donald Trump in the nude and placed them in five U.S. cities: San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Cleveland and Seattle. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Anti-Trump art needs to quit the playground taunts and get serious

Far too much of it actually reinforced Trump’s message that the derisive liberal elite saw him – and by extension, his supporters – as a joke

13 Nov 2016

It’s time to look at graffiti on its own terms

Graffiti is usually seen as art or vandalism, but the distinction is stopping us from seeing it for what it really is

7 Nov 2016