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MOCRA in the Media - 2000

Georges Rouault: Miserere exhibition logo
Miserere at MOCRA "a chance that shouldn't be missed"
Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre was reviewed in the February 20, 2000, edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Reviewer Jeff Daniel remarks that the series "remains one of the most powerful commentaries on man's penchant for self-destruction." 
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Lewis deSoto: Parnirvana
Paranirvana "centers on enlightenment rather than entertainment"
In the June 4, 2000, edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reviewer Jeff Daniel observes that the work "teems with philosophical questions, yet it is the concrete and personal aspects of the piece that capture the viewer."
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Paranirvana reviewed in Sculpture magazine
In the December 2000 issue of Sculpture, reviewer Jan Garden Castro comments that, "Consciousness of breath, a significant part of Buddhist practice and a sign that draws the line between life and death, is cetnral to this inspiring postmodern sculpture."
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Robert Farber: A Retrospective, 1985 - 1995
Exhibition serves as "an enlightening illustration of AIDS' effect on the creative process
In the November 19, 2000, edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reviewer Jeff Daniel describes Farber's juxtaposition of medieval and contemporary voices as a "masterstroke" whose symmetry encourages "a greater understanding of, and compassion toward, modern-day victims."
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Farber retrospective reviewed in West End Word
In the December 21-27, 2000, edition of West End Word, reviewer Teresa Callahan notes that in Farber's work, an "apparently bleak genesis" results in works of "incomparable, tragic beauty."
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