In These Sacred Spaces, Judaism, Islam and Christianity Intersect
As the new “Shared Sacred Sites” exhibition at three New York venues demonstrates, there is no shortage of places where followers of these religions intersect in fellowship and peace. As its title makes self-evident, “Shared Sacred Sites” is an exploration of places of worship. It’s also about overlapping themes and figures. The exhibition bills itself as “a contemporary pilgrimage,” as it is spread across three sites in midtown Manhattan: the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building of the New York Public Library (aka, the place with the lions); the James Gallery at The Graduate Center, CUNY; and the Morgan Library & Museum.
Submitted on: JUN 2, 2018
Category: GC Press Coverage | James Gallery