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For centuries\, artists have explored the world of work and workers\, creating enduring impressions of the challenges\, triumphs\, and life-affirming dignity of human labor. From romanticized visions of agraria n life\, to sobering depictions of beleaguered manual laborers and miners\, to scenes of worksites\, factories\, and industrial landscapes\, these ima ges reveal strikingly diverse interpretations of what it means to work. The subject is especially prevalent among graphic artists and photographers\, who have exploited the power of reproduction to disseminate their ideas.

Selected entirely from the MIA's permanent collection\, the exhi bition showcases more than fifty original prints\, drawings\, and photograp hs by prominent American and international artists and photographers active from the mid-nineteenth century to the present.

DTEND:20131110 DTSTAMP:20140424T051722 DTSTART:20121222 GEO:44.958087;-93.27311 LOCATION:Minneapolis Institute of Arts\,2400 Third Avenue South \nMinneapol is\, MN 55404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The World at Work: Images of Labor and Industry\, 1850 to Now\, Rom are Bearden\, Muirhead Bone\, Pierre Bonnard\, Elizabeth Catlett\, John Ste uart Curry\, Edgar Degas\, Jim Dine\, Lewis Hine\, Rockwell Kent\, Kathe Ko llwitz\, Auguste Lepère\, Louis Lozowick\, Jean-François Millet\, David Par ker\, Joseph Pennell\, HERB RITTS\, James Rosenquist\, Sebastião Salgado\, Charles Sheeler\, W. Eugene Smith\, Joseph Stella\, Harry Sternberg\, Donal d Sultan\, James McNeill Whistler\, Grant Wood UID:250746 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20121222T170000 DTSTAMP:20140424T051722 DTSTART:20121222T100000 GEO:44.958087;-93.27311 LOCATION:Minneapolis Institute of Arts\,2400 Third Avenue South \nMinneapol is\, MN 55404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The World at Work: Images of Labor and Industry\, 1850 to Now\, Rom are Bearden\, Muirhead Bone\, Pierre Bonnard\, Elizabeth Catlett\, John Ste uart Curry\, Edgar Degas\, Jim Dine\, Lewis Hine\, Rockwell Kent\, Kathe Ko llwitz\, Auguste Lepère\, Louis Lozowick\, Jean-François Millet\, David Par ker\, Joseph Pennell\, HERB RITTS\, James Rosenquist\, Sebastião Salgado\, Charles Sheeler\, W. Eugene Smith\, Joseph Stella\, Harry Sternberg\, Donal d Sultan\, James McNeill Whistler\, Grant Wood UID:250747 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR