The globalization of economies, cultures, and politics could lead to many uniting aspects of integrating a world society; yet current practices are driven by capitalist multinational corporations and corrupt organizations that cost billions of the worlds people and their local systems and environments deadly consequences. The wealthy upperclass benefit gaining terrible power over developing economies and governments, cultures and resources. The rich surround themselves with lavish and luxurious food, places, and art, and increasingly become more wealthy, creating a great divide and oppression, instead of a world that is united, flourishing and healthy in economic, environmental, and social justice. This gallery is intended to show aspects of, and the dichotomy between the ideals of globalization and the realities of the effects of our current free trade world economy. Throughout the centuries art is one of the ways we have documented history and events, and it seems there is endless evidence of the division power and money create.