The Virtual Black Protest Art Show is hosted on their main account and Instagram’s @design page, featuring art by various Black creatives centered around the Black Lives Matter movement.
“I’ve always been interested in the ways art and politics intersect — social history and art history are one in the same,” Hockley tells i-D. “They’re not in contrast or conflict, but that in fact.
Black history is American history and these things are not actually to be bifurcated.”The curator is no stranger to protest art.
Virtual Protest helped many people that were not able to leave their house to physically protest.
Check out the work of all of the incredible artists featured in the Virtual Black Protest Art Show on @instagram and @design.