Smashing Illusions With Kitsch: A Guerrilla Artist's Take on the Destructiveness of Corporate America
Washington, DC - December 16, 2013: If art is a reflection of life then Dani Finger's art not only reflects her life, but her life reflects her art, and both are a powerful condemnation of the unspoken values of our culture.
Her celebration of life's beauty with her kitschy style make serious subjects such as the domination and manipulation of food security by multinational corporations, unmanned death dealers from above...
Friday, November 22, 2013(9 comments)
From the Ground Up: The Solution is Revolution
Washington, DC November 20, 2013- Cory Clark gave up his home and the paying aspect of his career as a journalist more than a year and a half ago in order to go out on the streets with his wife and partner Dani Finger in order to be able to tell the story of those who live in poverty from a person perspective.
Thursday, November 21, 2013(2 comments)
Two Artists Take Their Passion For The Poor To The Streets
Washington, DC, November 19, 2012 -- After volunteering with different groups providing services for the homeless, Cory Clark and Dani Finger decided to investigate first hand poverty and homelessness in America and what those struggling for their survival endure and why no one seems to have the answers to the poverty problem.