Jerome Everson

‘Image Employment’ @ MoMA PS1, Sep 5 – Oct 7

10 September 2013

More corporately-driven conundrums from co-curators Andrew Norman Wilson and Aily Nash who follow up to their recent Dream Factory with Image Employment, now running at MoMA PS1, from September 5 to October 7.

Featuring works by artists exploring labour, consumption and what propels them, works like Kevin Jerome Everson‘s ‘Quality Control’ observes the unremitting workload of workers in an Alabama dry-cleaning factory in real time, as well as a typically paradoxical commercial collusion by DIS with its ‘Watermarked I Kenzo Fall 2012’ commission for said fashion label’s menswear collection.

See the MoMA PS1 website for more details. **

Header image: Mark Leckey, ‘GreenScreenRefrigerator’ (2010). Courtesy of the artist and Gavin Brown’ enterprise, New York City

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