Andrea Bowers, 2013 — displayed at Susanne Vielmetter’s booth at the Frieze Art Fair, along with a letter to the Fair’s organizers [available here] denouncing their employment of non-union laborers.
Sam Durant, I Don’t Believe in Nothing, I Feel Like They Ought to Burn Down the World, Just Let it Burn Down, Baby.; I’m Your Best Friend / I Kill You For Nothing, 2010 — Spray enamel on mirror, plywood; Dimensions vary — installation view, Mirror Travels in Neoliberalism.
A hundred thousand people assemble in the Peking Stadium to protest “U.S. Aggression Against the Freedom Loving Dominican People”. Photo taken in May 1965.
David Cort/Videofreex, from Mayday Realtime, 1971
Columbia University, 1968—Students occupy Hamilton Hall.
They were protesting the university’s complicity with the Institute for Defense Analyses and the Vietnam War, as well as its plan to built a gymnasium in Morningside Park that segregated Columbia students from people living in the surrounding neighborhood (a predominantly Puerto Rican and African American community).