BY Daily Dose
Free admission on Sunday at the RISD Museum of Art. Check out “RISD Business: Sassy Signs and Sculptures” by Alejandro Diaz (walk in the Benefit Street side) — runs through June 9th.
Ranging from quaint stereotypes of Mexican identity to current socio-economic and art-world commentary, Alejandro Diaz’s text-based works and installations use language as a form of cultural critique and resistance. Conceptual and campy, his humor-infused politics and use of everyday materials are emblematic of his ongoing involvement with art as a form of entertainment, activism, public intervention, and free enterprise.
Admission is free every Sunday 10am to 5pm (and the third Thursday evening of each month from 5pm to 9 pm).
RISD Museum of Art, 224 Benefit Street, also 20 North Main Street, (directions)