Sister Mary Corita Kent

Now through 9/29/2018 | Davidson Galleries

Visual Arts & Galleries Pioneer Square

In vibrant color and bold flat shapes, the silkscreen work of activist nun Sister Mary Corita in the 1950’s and 1960’s embodies the spirit of a woman who resisted the male dominated Bay Area Catholic Church, and the dehumanizing culture of global capitalism and consumerism.

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