[caption id="attachment_3513" align="aligncenter" width="500"]From The Production Line of Happiness, by Christopher Williams at the MOMA. From The Production Line of Happiness, by Christopher Williams at the MOMA.[/caption]We all got happy because Pharrell told us to. Now, we get happy once again as the MOMA presents The Production Line of Happiness, a new retrospective of work by artist Christopher Williams. Using various techniques, including photography and Super 8 video, Williams examines the capitalist society and the role of imagery in conspicuous consumption. The title of the retrospective gives a nod to Jean-Luc Godard, a filmmaker who famously aligned his hobby editing film featuring the bucolic Swiss countryside to his experience as a factory worker.[caption id="attachment_3514" align="alignleft" width="800"]Try to resist these happy tees and tops at Babesta! Go ahead, Smile! Try to resist these happy tees and tops at Babesta! Go ahead, Smile![/caption]We all know that happiness is the goal, for us, our kids and the world. But stuff can only take us so far (though a tee that makes you smile and makes everyone else smile when they see you - well that's kinda priceless…). It’s an interesting conversation opener on the power of imagery and its role driving emotion and desire.   Until November 2. Check out other great Museum exhibits in NYC and other cool things to do on Babesta Blog Around Town!