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An Incomplete History of Protest

Whitney Museum of American Art
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    Drawing/Illustration, Multimedia/Installation, Museum Exhibits, Photography, Postwar/Contemporary, Sculpture


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A compendium of protest art loosely defined from the Whitney’s collection, including Toyo Miyatake’s illicit photographs of the camp where he was interned during the Second World War and work by May Stevens addressing American involvement in Vietnam.

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