• #DNC – The Art and Politics Through Social Media

    Date posted: July 28, 2016 Author: jolanta
    Citizens of other countries are worried about presidential candidate Donald Trump's friendly rhetoric toward Vladimir Putin. Kestutis Girnius, associate professor of the Institute of International Relations and Political Science in Vilnius said this graffiti mural, being shown off by a cafe owner in the Lithuanian capital city, expresses the fear of some locals that Trump is likely to kowtow to the Russian president. (Photo: Petras Malukas/AFP/Getty Images)
    Citizens of other countries are worried about presidential candidate Donald Trump's friendly rhetoric toward Vladimir Putin. Kestutis Girnius, associate professor of the Institute of International Relations and Political Science in Vilnius said this graffiti mural, being shown off by a cafe owner in the Lithuanian capital city, expresses the fear of some locals that Trump is likely to kowtow to the Russian president. (Photo: Petras Malukas/AFP/Getty Images)

    2016 Democratic National Convention Through Social Media
    Selected artworks and social media posts, July 2016:

    Vik Muniz, Source: Facebook profile image. July 2016.

    Vik Muniz, Source: Facebook profile image. July 2016.

     

    Artist unknown. Source: Jerry Saltz, Facebook wall. July 2016.

    Artist unknown. Source: Jerry Saltz, Facebook wall. July 2016.

     

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    Artists For Bernie. Source Facebook. July 2016.

     

    Lushsux. Source: Facebook, July 2016.

    Lushsux. Source: Facebook, July 2016.

     

    Octavio Zaya. Source: Facebook. July 2016.

    Octavio Zaya. Source: Facebook. July 2016.

     

    Oliver Wasaw. Source: Facbook. July 2016

    Oliver Wasaw. Source: Facbook. July 2016

     

    Artist unknown. Source: Jerry Saltz, Facebook wall. July 2016.

    Artist unknown. Source: Jerry Saltz, Facebook wall. July 2016.

     

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    Lushsux. Mural in Australia. Source: Twitter

     


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