April 21 – May 26, 2017
“Another day, another boss in disguise!”
– US Weekly
“Undercover presents a wonderful tribute to the working man and woman.”
– Boston Herald
“It’s a show, at its base, about how crazy hard ordinary people work for a dollar.”
“Simple and Brilliant”
– The New York Daily News
“If nothing else, Undercover Boss is a reminder that in bad times, people are less eager to confront or provoke authority; mostly they wish for small favors and the big, serendipitous strokes of luck.
—The New York Times
“Undercover Boss is recognizing unsung heroes who probably would have gone unnoticed otherwise.”
– LA Times
“Undercover Boss has clearly touched a nerve with viewers.”
“Instead of being uplifting, Boss feels opportunistic and condescending.”
“You'd have to have ice water flowing through your veins not to enjoy
this elaborate P.R. experiment in spite of yourself.” –Salon
Reyes Projects is proud to announce its first exhibition, Undercover Boss, opening April 21, 2017 with a public reception (6-8pm) and remaining on view until May 26, 2017.
The exhibition features the work of Tony Cox, Greg Fadell, Jane Moseley, Jonathan Rajewski, Scott Reeder, Tyson Reeder, and Joe Roberts.
Developed by Founder Terese Reyes based on an eponymous work by Scott Reeder, themes to be explored in Undercover Boss: surveillance, labor, privacy, oversharing on social media, the unobtainable balance between work and life, mistaken identity.
ABOUT REYES PROJECTS
Established by Terese Reyes in 2017. Reyes Projects is a contemporary art gallery in Birmingham, Michigan.
100 South Old Woodward Ave
Birmingham, MI 48009
reyesprojects.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Adam Abdalla / Erin Pinover
Adam@culturalcounsel.com / Erin@culturalcounsel.com