Link to exhibition here.


6-9pm @ Dejavu Art Gallery
223 E 60th Street (between 2nd & 3rd Ave.)
New York, NY 10022

Clark V. Fox
Eugenio Merino
Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung
Michael D’Antuono
Stephanie Syjuco
Christian Sarkar

David Cobb,

I’ll have selections from my FREE TEXTS project included in this one-day popup show in NYC in support of Move to Amend (in opposition to the “corporations are people” legislation, which will be up on the ballot again or referendum in November.

Join us for some art and history.

What compels an artist to be an activist?

Mr. Peanut and friends will explain why activism is now more important than ever.

David Cobb will give you a 15 minute intellectual tour of why corporations are not people, and what must be done to “legalize democracy” in the USA.

One DAY Only! This pop-up show is brought to you as a collaboration between Move To Amend, The Station Museum, and  

ARTHistory >> The Dejavu Gallery was formerly the historic Bodley Gallery – one of the premier art galleries in New York City – the venue of choice for world-renowned icon Andy Warhol, the key pioneer of the POP Art movement that emerged in the United States and Europe in the 1950s and became prominent over the next two decades. The Bodley Gallery also hosted notable artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Paul Klee, Helen Gerardia, Fernand Leger, Max Ernst, and many others.


See you there >> GLOBAL CORPOCRACY NYC – July 21, 2016
6-9 pm Dejavu Art Gallery