Writing now, as the 2015 Creative Time Summit on social art closes at the 56th Venice Biennale’s Arsenale location, it is possible to say that political art has emerged onto the world stage with a previously unseen level of visibility. Three days of talks around alternative education, with a broadly anti-neoliberal and anti-capitalist focus, have bought political debate to the biggest event in the art world calendar. The summit, titled The Curriculum included politically-orientated contributions from, among others: Afghan president…
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