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Sister Mary Corita Kent: Selected Works

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Davidson Galleries Pioneer Square
Sept 6–29, Tuesdays–Saturdays

Free

Sister Mary Corita Kent
"Today"

Recommended by Emily Pothast

Born in Fort Dodge, Iowa, Sister Mary Corita Kent entered a convent at age 18. In 1947, during graduate school at the University of Southern California, she fell in love with screenprinting. Influenced by Andy Warhol, the slogans of the Civil Rights era, and her own commitment to consider poverty, racism, and injustice from a spiritual perspective, Corita Kent created one of the boldest, most distinctive bodies of 20th century poster art. After heading up the art department at Immaculate Heart College in Los Angeles for a number of years (where she could often be seen screenprinting in a full nun's habit) she left the order and moved to Boston, where her work took on a more introspective style.

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Davidson Galleries

313 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98104
206-624-1324
Hours: Tues-Sat
http://www.davidsongalleries.com/

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  • Sept 6–29, Tuesdays–Saturdays