Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent was the first full-scale survey of influential printmaker, teacher, civil rights, women’s rights, and anti-war activist, Corita Kent. Kent was one of the most popular American graphic artists of the 1960s and 1970s. The exhibition featured hundreds of her signature serigraphs and explored Kent’s collaborative approach to art-making — combining faith, politics, and teaching with messages of acceptance and hope. Organized in collaboration with the Corita Art Center, Los Angeles, California.
Tang, co-published with DelMonico Books / Prestel Publishing
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Editors and Authors
Edited by Ian Berry and Michael Duncan; Essays by Cynthia Burlingham and Michael Duncan; Oral history compiled by Alexandra Carrera; Artist statements by Julie Ault, Juliette Bellocq, Andrea Bowers, Karen Carson, Roy Dowell, Jim Hodges, Steve Hurd, Jim Isermann, Deborah Kass, Mike Kelley, Barbara Loste and Frances Snyder, Carrie Moyer and Sheila Pepe, Ciara Phillips, Lari Pittman, Aaron Rose, Jason Simon, Pae White, and Lorraine Wild; compiled by Ian Berry; Exhibition History and Selected Bibliography by Megan Hyde
Ian Berry, Tang Museum’s Susan Rabinowitz Malloy ’45 Curator, and Michael Duncan, Los Angeles-based independent curator and art critic, in collaboration with the Corita Art Center in Los Angeles