U.S. malfeasance in Iraq inspires creative protests from artists, writers and poets

Twenty-five artists have created sculptures, paintings, and installations in protest of the Abu Ghraib prison atrocities. “Some artists used to be neutral, but now there are artists, poets, and writers who have all reached the decision that the Americans are destroyers. It has given them a new sense of purpose in art,” one artist explained.


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