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‘The Snake’ By Andrew Salgado – Depicting Hate Towards Outsiders & Healing Their Wounds

As a gay man, Canadian artist Andrew Salgado has always felt that rejection and even experienced it in the most brutal way possible, when he fell victim to a hate crime at a music festival in Canada in 2008. The young man was then left toothless and unconscious. “Something like that shapes you forever…” he says. “But it’s how you process and move on from it where you find the silver lining.”
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17 Reasons Why You Should Love Saint Hoax’s Art

Poplitically incorrect and sociopolitical activist, Saint Hoax is a pseudonymous Middle Eastern artist, cleverly consuming pop culture and politics, stirring them all together, and creating beautiful visuals that reveal some very ugly truths about the modern world. Massive user of Disney and other pop culture icons, what’s not to love about Saint…
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Arts and politics: inseparable two

‘Everything is art. Everything is politics.’ So Ai Weiwei said to The Independent in February 2010. Two inseparable entities the acknowledged Chinese artist-activist likes to play with when creating something, aiming at making people feel challenged and uncomfortable. © Ai Weiwei Using his own story and personal experience of life,…
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