“Economics in Art” exhibition in Krakow explores the inter-relationship of values, ethics and art’s dependence on market forces

banksy-di-faced-tenner-2004The always fascinating Artdone blog posts a gallery of works currently on exhibit at MOCAK, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, as part of “The Economics in Art” exhibition.

Pictured above is Banksy’s “Di-faced Tenner” from 2004. The show is curated by Monika Kozioł, Delfina Piekarska, and Maria Anna Potocka and features works by:

Banksy, Zanny Begg & Oliver Ressler, Joseph Beuys, Bernhard Blume, Liena Bondare, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Rafał Bujnowski, Christoph Büchel, Jose Maria Cano, Jota Castro, Josef Dabernig, Oskar Dawicki, Pola Dwurnik, Eva Grubinger, Andreas Gursky, Alfredo Jaar, Christian Jankowski, Toril Johannessen, Laura Kalauz & Martin Schick, Leopold Kessler, Olga Kisseleva, Robin, Klassnik, Karolina Kowalska, Jarosław Kozłowski, Michael Landy, Hipolit Lipiński, Pavlo Makov, Antoni Muntadas, Lada Nakonechna, Dan Perjovschi, Santiago Sierra, Klaus Staeck, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Mona Vătămanu & Florin Tudor, and Whielki Krasnal.

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“The Economics in Art”
Until the 29th of September, 2013
Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow
Krakow, Poland

Visit the museum’s website, linked here, for more information.

(via Artdone)

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