Usa

Art first.

Vote. Vote for art. Vote for culture to be the driving force of our society. 

This month, all eyes have been on one of the most decisive electoral processes in history. That is why today Swab seeks to distance itself from the political class and to pass the loudspeaker to the artists, and it does so by presenting a selection of the American artists of the last edition.

This month, all eyes have been on one of the most decisive electoral processes in history. That is why today Swab seeks to take a step back from the political class and give a voice to the artists, and we do so by presenting a selection of the American artists of the last edition.

Art does not understand political colours or partisanship, only expression and universality. Art is freedom. 

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Yikui Gu, 1983.
Vellum Projects.
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Rogelio Báez Vega 1974
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Osamu Kobayashi, 1984.
A+B Gallery.
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Bhakti Baxter, 1979.
Clandestina.
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Gamaliel Herrera, 1970.
Alfa Gallery.
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Lauren Seiden, 1981
Gallery Nosco.

Cover photo: Karlo Andrei Ibarra, 1982. KM.02