This weekend, we saw the second annual Women’s March take the world by storm—commemorating last year’s ground-breaking protest in Washington.
This year, 500 cities, from Washington to Las Vegas, jumped on board to rise up against sexism and take a stand for equal rights and equal pay.
To coincide with the rallies, a new group exhibition features 80 artists standing up against President Trump called One Year of Resistance, which runs until February 4 at The Untitled Space in New York City.
Highlights include Michele Pred’s “My Body My Business” purse sculpture, photographer Signe Pierce’s photo “Control,” showing birth control and a gun, as well as Touba Alipour’s neon-lit sculpture called “America,” which reads “Closed for Renovation.” Everyone is looking forward to their next vote, I‘m sure.
Images: via Untitled Space
Text: by Nadja Sayej