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Looking at Labor: Lost and Found : Regimen
Photograph of Stashu Kybartas' "Regimen," an excerpt from his installation "King Anthracite." "Regiment" was part of the exhibition "Looking at Labor: Lost and Found," September 7-October 6, 1990. "The origins of unionism are reflected in 'Regimen' an excerpt from Stashu Kybartas' installation 'King Anthracite,' which explores the effects of the coal mining industry on immigrant families. --[Source: Event calendar -- September/October 1990].<br> The exhibition was a part of series "Looking at Labor" featuring three consecutive exhibitions that examine organized labor, where labor resides in art making, and divisions in labor. "'Looking at Labor: Lost and Found' focuses on organized labor: its history, current status, and the challenges presented by a shift toward a service economy." --[Source: Event calendar - September/October 1990]
September 7-October 6, 1990
Looking at Labor: Lost and Found, September 7-October 6, 1990
Color photograph, 13x9 cm.
Box 58, in folder titled "Stashu Kybartas Lost and Found"
For Rights information please contact Special Collections at the John M. Flaxman Library.
The original object was scanned with an Epson Perfection V750 Pro flatbed scanner at approximately 4000 pixels on the long dimension.