Envisioning Election and Politics in 2016
  

Envisioning Election and Politics in 2016

September 17- October 31

Although election art is more commonly associated with iconography used for campaigns from the middle of the 20th century, there is an abundance of contemporary art being created by artists who are channeling their views, emotions and perspectives into their works. Curated by Puffin Cultural Forum director Andrew Lee, “Envisioning Election and Politics in 2016” is a collection of a diverse group of artists from different parts of the US whose works reflect the unique cacophony of controversies, news and events that surround the mind-bending 2016 presidential election. Exhibition will be on view from September 17 to October 31.

Below is a selection of artwork from the show.

Andrew Nash


Donkey Hotey



Ed Shems


Eric Garcia


Jake Parshall


Joe McKendry


Krista Dedrick Lai


Michael D'Antuono

Sarah Sole

 

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