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Faculty Stefanos Tsivopoulos presents Group show at The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation

Relational Economies: Labor over Capital

The 8th Floor, 17 W & 17 str. NYC

November 21, 2019–March 8, 2020

Opening: November 21, 6–8pm

The third installment of Revolutionary Cycles, a two-year series of exhibitions that explore art’s social and political potential in uncertain times, Relational Economies examines how the economic outcomes of global capitalism transcend borders, while worker’s rights and compensation continue to deteriorate. The artworks in the exhibition collectively focus on the hierarchies of labor and economic status, choreographies of work, the interrelationships between disparate wealth positions, alternative economies and currencies, and the ways in which labor conditions contribute to culture at large. Curated by Sara Reisman.

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