Clocking In: Visions of LaborAugust 16, 2022 through December 22, 2022
Second-floor south galleries, including the Rohman Family Gallery, the Sarah Pearson Campbell Gallery, the Henning Family Gallery, and the Woods Family Gallery
Six galleries touching on themes of gender, place, resources, and politics provoke questions about what it means to work. Clocking In presents art that challenges expectations about who engages in particular types of work and what kinds of jobs are valorized.
Labor’s mental, physical, social, political, and economic effects are explored through works by Lewis W. Hine, Barbara Kruger, Fairfield Porter, Norman Rockwell, Analia Saban, and Hank Willis Thomas, among others.