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Works of ’60s Pop Art sensation Sister Corita Kent showcased at the Tang

The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery opened “Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent” on Jan. 19. This serigraph, "E eye love" is 22 by 23 inches and was created in 1968.
The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery opened “Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent” on Jan. 19. This serigraph, "E eye love" is 22 by 23 inches and was created in 1968.
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“Love the moment, and the energy of that moment will spread beyond all boundaries.” If you survived the 1960s, you know Sister Corita Kent. She was a Pop Art sensation. On posters and murals, Kent’s exuberant and colorful messages of love and peace were embraced by a generation wrestling with social upheaval and an unpopular war. In 1967, the Los Angeles nun, artist and teacher appeared on the cover of Newsweek. She was quizzed by ...


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