The 1960s were a time of experimentation and rethinking the social order, of struggles against established power structures and institutions of all kinds, including museums. Artists began to look outside the museum, to public spaces, including streets and university campuses, as sites well suited for artistic intervention. Their practices merged with political movements of the time, including antiwar, civil rights, and feminist movements, to critique underlying power structures in society.


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