For more than thirty years,
Art-In-Industry has been building one of today's most extensive private art collections of prints and posters associated with industry and labor.
Currently numbering over 500 pieces, this collection, on its own, can populate exhibitions on subjects ranging from coal mining to dam and bridge construction; iron, steel and textile manufacturing; war production; railway and ship building as well as printing and publication.
The collection features work from 1750 to today and American (Pennell, Lozowick, Nesbitt, Landeck, McPherson, Sternberg, Allen, Eby, Kuhler, Mielatz, Hurwitz) as well as international artists (Pissarro, Steinlen, Luce, Jongkind, Desmazieres, Bonhomme, Nevinson, Wadsworth, Bone, Leighton, Luce, Hemery, Secheret, Clausen, Picabia, Leger, Brangwyn, Sharples, Barfoot, Hiroshige).
The goal of the collection is to raise the general community's consciousness of various artistic reflections and interpretations of the world of work and industry. The collection does this through exhibiting, contributing to exhibitions and sharpening its own focus through buying and selling prints and posters.
Here you can browse featured works from the collection, review recent exhibitions (such as The Heart of Progress: Coal, Iron and Steam since 1750) and investigate how to curate your own exhibitions, large or small, specific or general.