When: Fri., March 23, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 2018
Religious practices and spiritual contemplation have been integral to object-making throughout history, and often seep into art through an artist’s subconscious. This exhibit explores how religion and sacred art appear in works made by seemingly secular, avant-garde artists. These artists use religious elements to ease the trauma of war, empathize with others or seek guidance. If you don’t find God, God will most likely find you. Or something like that.