This is a ceramic display made by Tomasa Gonzalez Sanchez of Ocumicho, Michoacan in 2014. It is titled Los Diablitos Toman la Presidencia (The Little Devils Take the Presidency).
The following text is by donor Harold Liebowitz:
This work is one of the most daring and complex political works of art made at Ocumicho. Bands of devils in combat uniforms and their human counterparts appear in a ten-piece composition highlighting government corruption. A placard in the hands of two devils identifies the subject: Los Diablitos Toman la Presidencia (The Little Devils Take the Presidency). The focal point of the piece is a victory celebration and demonstration in front of Municipal Hall. While guests stand in the open courtyard of the building, figures on plaques, some with booklets with painted dollar signs representing bribes for their votes, others with open booklets with painted lines suggesting text, represent journalists denouncing corruption, of whom are already incarcerated, are being rounded up by soldiers. All the journalists are female, celebrating the role of women in resisting government corruption. Yet, the well-dressed newly elected president arrives seated on top a van with his wife and devil soldiers to protect them.