The Bruce High Quality Foundation

ART HISTORY WITH LABOR

The Lever House Art Collection

JUN 28 - SEP 28, 2012

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Art History with Labor: 95 Theses (Portable Museums)

2012

Found object with electrical wiring and speaker

70 x 42 x 16.125 inches

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Double Iwo Jima 

2012 

Silkscreen, acrylic paint on canvas 

Two panels, each 96 x 96 inches 

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Art History with Labor: 95 Theses (Portable Museums) 

2012 

Found object with electrical wiring and speaker 

46 x 56 x 14.5 inches 

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Art History with Labor: 95 Theses (Portable Museums) 

2012

Found object with electrical wiring and speaker 

41 x 12.25 x 12.25 inches 

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Art History with Labor: 95 Theses (Portable Museums) 

2012

Found object with electrical wiring and speaker 

49.125 inches x 19 inch diameter

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Art History with Labor: 95 Theses (Portable Museums) 

2012

Found object with electrical wiring and speaker 

13 inches x 12 inch diameter

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Art History with Labor: 95 Theses (Portable Museums) 

2012

Found object with electrical wiring and speaker 

62.5 x 14.625 x 22.5 inches

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Art History with Labor: 95 Theses (Portable Museums) 

2012

Found object with electrical wiring and speaker 

32 inches x 23.75 inch diameter

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Art History with Labor: 95 Theses (Portable Museums) 

2012 

Found object with electrical wiring and speaker 

50.75 x 14.5 x 17.75 inches

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Art History with Labor: 95 Theses (Portable Museums) 

2012

Found object with electrical wiring and speaker 

25 x 54 x 25.5 inches 

2012

Bronze

144 x 113 x 110.25 inches

2012

Bronze

144 x 113 x 110.25 inches

Press Release

The Lever House Art Collection
390 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
 
"Art History with Labor" is a context-specific exhibition comprised of three new works by The Bruce High Quality Foundation: "The New Colossus", a monumental bronze; "Double Iwo Jima", a diptych silkscreen painting; and "Art History with Labor: 95 Theses", a multi-part audiovisual installation. These works function in concert with one another to address concerns of art’s relationship to labor.

The exhibition will be open June 28 - September 28, Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm.