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Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration

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Saturday, October 3 —
5 pm

22-25 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101

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Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration

Now on exhibition at MoMA PS1, Marking Time: Art In The Age Of Mass Incarceration showcases the artwork made by people currently in prison as well as those affected by the US prison system. It features work from over 35 artists that also touches on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in prisons and its effect on those incarcerated.

The artists show the effect of life behind bars.

Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration

Dean Gillispie, Spiz’s Dinette, 1998. Tablet backs, stick pins, popsicle sticks, cigarette foil. 16 x 8 x 5 in

 

The exhibit examines the time that goes into these works as well as the obstacles the artist faces between managing penal time and the limited materials they have access to.

Marking Time: Art in Age of Mass Incarceration

James “Yaya” Hough, Portrait of Yaya, 2015. Acrylic on parachute cloth, 60 x 35 1/2in x 1/2 ft. Collection Russell Craig.

 

The show runs through April 4th, 2021, and is operating with timed tickets.

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