"Activist Artists Today" at The Galerie St. Etienne, January 18, 2017. Left to right: Dread Scott, commentator Amei Wallach, Mel Chin and Sue Coe. click on photo to enlarge

Commentator Amei Wallach (left), and artist Mel Chin

Work from current exhibition "You Say You Want a Revolution American Artists and the Communist Party" through February 11, 2017

George Grosz, A Little Child Shall Lead Them Circa 1935. Ink with later watercolor additions on cream laid paper. 18x23 in (45.7x58.4 cm).

Artist Sue Coe, above. Below, her work, Healthcare Not Warfare, 1991. Graphite, gouache and ink on white Strathmore Bristol board. 29x23 1/8 in (73.9 x 58.8 cm). Illustration for The Nation.

Artist and activist Dread Scott

Louis LozowickStrike Scene, 1934. Lithograph on heavy cream wove paper. 11x 9 in (27.9 x 22.9 cm). From an edition of 10 impressions. Flint 121.
William Gropper, The Debater 1949. Oil on canvas board. 10x8 in (25.4 x 20.3 cm).

Philip Evergood, Renunciation 1946. Oil on canvas. 50x 36 in (127 x 91.4 cm). Private collection.

Taking questions from the audience above and below.
Above, left to right: Dread Scott, Amei Wallach, Mel Chin and Sue Coe

You Say You Want a Revolution
American Artists and the Communist Party
October 18, 2016 through February 11, 2017

Activist Artists Today
January 18, 2017
Artists Dread Scott, Mel Chin and Sue Coe, commentator Amei Wallach

The Galerie St. Etienne
24 West 57th Street
New York, NY
Tuesday-Saturday, 11am–5pm

all photographs by Vincent Romaniello