Zoe Beloff


Zoe Beloff




Edition Size



Pigment print


35 × 24 in



$ 2,800.00

5 in stock

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New York University (NYU)

@ WORK is a public art project celebrating the resilience and diversity of workers in New York City. Following the Covid-19 pandemic, its purpose was to give workers a platform to share their thoughts about their work, their world, and their dreams for the future. Together, Beloff and Eric Muzzy interviewed 14 workers:

Adam Lopez – Longshore worker at Red Hook Terminals
Ah Bao – Shoe repairman and knife sharpener
Carlos Montanez – Director of the Mobile Market food distribution program at Henry Street Settlement
Carolin Herrera Ward – USPS window clerk
David Van De Carr – Respiratory therapist at Mount Sinai Morningside Medical Center
Edwiges Luna Osorio – Tamale Maker and Vendor
Fernando Lopez – Chef and found of Factory Tamal
John Agro – Superintendent Red Hook Container Terminals
Lowely Cheung – Union electrician
Michael Paul Britto – Community coordinator at Forsyth Satellite Academy High Schools, arts educator & artist
Renee King – Cashier at Whole Foods
Sean Heron – Deck hand at New York City Ferry
Silvia Astudillo – Home healthcare aide
Tonia Ifill – UPS delivery worker

Along with the interviews, Beloff painted life-sized banners of each worker. This collection of posters is derived from the banners.
View the interviews with the workers here. Each QR code on the posters also links to a film about the worker. A thumb drive within the portfolio includes copies of each of the videos as well.