Mary Carlson takes inspiration from religious iconography, demons, and snakes in her latest exhibition, Beautiful Beast.
Word Choice features original works of fiction and poetry. Read “Development,” a short story by Matthew Pitt, selected by Fiction Editor Rosie Parker.
“Breaking up perspective has long been one of the central themes in my works.”
Blessed be Catholic performance artist Linda Montano and her life/art. Amen.
“People don’t understand the new pictures; they are really confused. Frequently they ask how I found this material. I say, ‘in my grandmother’s trunk,’ but that’s not true.”
Where sacred slams into secular, you’ll find the sequined banners of Haiti.
Quo Journal: The Eponym Imperfect
April, the Meadowlark back on his post with ex-cathedra powers of speech—
Good old-time religion and edgy, contemporary art make for odd bedfellows, but this unholy alliance thrives in the art and life of Reverend Ethan Acres.
Oil and beeswax on wood panel painting of two conjoined stars of David, Untitled by David Ortins.
An albumen print, titled Rivaulx Abbey, Interior of the Choir, by Philip Henry Delamotte and Joseph Cundall.
Young Christ Jesus, oil on linen, by Mssrs. McDermott and McGough.
Two cibachrome prints of religious figures, Buddha and Madonna by Sarah Charlesworth.
Handmade paper with pigment, The Seal of Life by Carl Apfelschnitt.