We Dissent: tracing the art and activism of the feminist movement

In its latest show, the Cooper Union in New York is looking at the city’s longstanding (but poorly documented) association with the feminist movement

Given the less-than-stable state of our current political climate, it doesn’t come as much of a surprise that museums and galleries have been eager to tap into the public’s renewed appetite for politics and protest over the last few years.

Recent examples include the British Museum’s collaborative effort with Ian Hislop documenting everyday items of dissent from its collection spanning three millennia, and the Design Museum’s protest-themed show Hope to Nope (which wasn’t without its own controversies).

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