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The Art of Protest By Jo Rippon (HB)

The Art of Protest charts a visual journey through more than a century of social protest; from the early twentieth century through to the 1960s and 1970s - considered by many the heyday of uprisings - to contemporary, social media activism. Featuring a foreword from celebrated artist and activist Anish Kapoor, this illustrative history covers key campaigns such as women’s liberation, nuclear disarmament, civil rights, the climate crisis, refugee rights, and LGBTQ activism. Hardback. 176 pages. Size: 29cm x 24.8cm.

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Featuring a foreword from celebrated artist and activist Anish Kapoor, this illustrative history covers key campaigns such as women’s liberation, nuclear disarmament, civil rights, the climate crisis, refugee rights, and LGBTQ activism. It showcases iconic posters from world-renowned artists, including from the archives of Amnesty International, as well as spontaneous artworks from short-lived print collectives and activists on the ground. Each poster is accompanied by a short text that explains its context and explores how creative defiance can push boundaries and challenge those who seek to deny people their rights to peace and equality.


• A bold collection of more than 100 protest posters
• In collaboration with Amnesty International
• Artists include: Noma Bar, Micah Bazant, Alain Carrier, Seymour Chwast, Carlos A. Cortéz, Fierce Pussy, Justseeds, Marie McMahon, Favianna Rodriguez, Klaus Staeck, Annemarie van Haeringen


“This book is a brilliant and eclectic collection of protest art created by people seeking to change the world.” Amnesty International


“The images in this book are a compendium of the will to a voice. Collectively they declare a refusal to be looked at or judged from the outside.” Anish Kapoor

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Code BARTP
ISBN 9781786750273
Supplier Amnesty UK
Ethics Amnesty Branded, Educational

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