In this political season, words are flying building camps and backing up points of view. Though history, visual artists have rarified or added flesh to politics. At times no media has offered a clearer glimpse of political irony than two-dimensional still art. A show scheduled at the Santa Cruz Art League aims to gather some of the most incisive political art of this age. It’s juried by sometime KUSP commenter Maureen Davidson. She spoke with Kirby Scudder.
August 1st, 2012