Andrew BartonAhhh....two pieces hit the mark...but mostly we are witnessing banality in this collection..when dealing with political art one needs to be two faced..opposing meanings in one and the same piece,,,to show the duality which is ever prescent in any conflict....most of these pieces here fail at that...and just comply to sub standard banal values, without expressing duality.
April 3, 2012 at 11:21 am
Rosin FairfieldSo we have the ideas of Death, Opression, War...associated with "Politics", that's fine, that's satire's force. Suffering is 100% guaranteed trendy but aren't we forgetting something, like, ..FREEDOM? Freedom anyone?? for ex. kinda like this?: http://s3.amazonaws.com/saatchi/261041-1137743-7.jpg
April 4, 2012 at 2:42 pm
Sergey GolovatyukWell in my opinion this represents general and everlasting problems of the world not exact political issues.
If you want to see a piece related to politics I suppose to take a look at http://www.saatchionline.com/art/Assemblage-Collage-Paper-Sacred-transfer-of-president-power-in-Russia/84922/1388071/view