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2017-02-3 to 2017-04-2 Bernard Maisner: The Hourglass and the Spiral

Bernard Maisner: The Hourglass and the Spiral
February 3, 2017 to April 2, 2017

Bernard Maisner (b.1954) is regarded internationally as one of the greatest contemporary masters of calligraphy. Maisner first became familiar with illuminated manuscripts during his studies at The...

2016-01-26 to 2016-05-8 Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre

Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre
January 26, 2016 to May 8, 2016

MOCRA presents a major body of work by a distinctive figure in twentieth-century art. Born in working-class Paris in 1871, Georges Rouault was apprenticed as a youth to a stained glass workshop. In...

2016-09-25 to 2016-12-11 Erika Diettes: Sudarios

Erika Diettes: Sudarios
September 25, 2016 to December 11, 2016

Colombian artist Erika Diettes draws upon her training as both an artist and an anthropologist by bringing forth work originating in the direct testimonies of the families of victims of decades of ...

2015-01-24 to 2015-05-10 Regina DeLuise: Vast Bhutan – Images from the Phenomenal World

Regina DeLuise: Vast Bhutan – Images from the Phenomenal World
January 24, 2015 to May 10, 2015

The images in this exhibition, taken in Thimpu, Bhutan in 2010, center on the ordinary surroundings of a culture both remarkable and mysterious (Bhutan only opened its borders in the 1950s and stil...

2015-09-13 to 2015-12-6 Painting Prayers: The Calligraphic Art of Salma Arastu

Painting Prayers: The Calligraphic Art of Salma Arastu
September 13, 2015 to December 6, 2015

Drawing on her Hindu and Muslim background, and combining expertise in Arabic calligraphy with Abstract Expressionism and Color Field painting, Salma Arastu creates large, evocative canvases that i...

2014-02-16 to 2014-08-1 Thresholds: MOCRA at 20 - Part Two, The Second Decade

Thresholds: MOCRA at 20 - Part Two, The Second Decade
February 16, 2014 to August 1, 2014

MOCRA celebrated a milestone anniversary with a two-part exhibition surveying works by artists displayed during MOCRA's first twenty years. Part Two of Thresholds: MOCRA at 20 embraced the v...

2014-09-14 to 2014-12-14 Rebecca Niederlander: Axis Mundi

Rebecca Niederlander: Axis Mundi
September 14, 2014 to December 14, 2014

MOCRA's first site-specific installation, created by Los Angeles-based artist Rebecca Niederlander, utilizes multiple elements to create an abstracted environment of color, form, and contemplative ...

2013-01-20 to 2013-05-12  Jordan Eagles: BLOOD / SPIRIT

Jordan Eagles: BLOOD / SPIRIT
January 20, 2013 to May 12, 2013

For over a decade, artist Jordan Eagles has garnered public and critical attention for his unique, signature use of animal blood in his works. Through an experimental, self-invented process, the ar...

2013-09-22 to 2013-12-15 Thresholds: MOCRA at 20 - Part One, The First Decade

Thresholds: MOCRA at 20 - Part One, The First Decade
September 22, 2013 to December 15, 2013

MOCRA celebrated a milestone anniversary with a two-part exhibition surveying works by artists displayed during MOCRA's first twenty years. Part One of Thresholds: MOCRA at 20 embraced the v...

2012-02-26 to 2012-05-20 Archie Granot: The Papercut Haggadah

Archie Granot: The Papercut Haggadah
February 26, 2012 to May 20, 2012

Haggadah (הַגָּדָה)‎ is Hebrew for "telling," namely, the telling of the Exodus story at the Seder service during the Jewish festival of Pesach, or Passover. The term also signifies a boo...

2012-06-12 to 2012-08-26 A Tribute to Frederick J. Brown

A Tribute to Frederick J. Brown
June 12, 2012 to August 26, 2012

Frederick J. Brown (1945-2012) was one of America's finest and most prolific expressionist artists. His paintings draw on many sources, including his African-American and Choctaw ancestry, his reli...

2012-09-23 to 2012-12-16 Patrick Graham: Thirty Years – The Silence Becomes the Painting

Patrick Graham: Thirty Years – The Silence Becomes the Painting
September 23, 2012 to December 16, 2012

Patrick Graham has been credited by critics and art historians with changing the face of painting in Ireland. Art historian, writer and curator Peter Selz, who curated this exhibition, says that Gr...

2011-09-24 to 2011-12-18 Adrian Kellard: The Learned Art of Compassion

Adrian Kellard: The Learned Art of Compassion
September 24, 2011 to December 18, 2011

MOCRA presents a selection of work by Adrian Kellard (1959-1991). After art studies at SUNY Purchase he moved to New York City and studied under the artist Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt. In his short care...

2010-02-2 to 2010-05-16 Good Friday: The Suffering Christ in Contemporary Art

Good Friday: The Suffering Christ in Contemporary Art
February 2, 2010 to May 16, 2010

MOCRA gives an encore presentation of one of its most popular exhibitions ever. Good Friday was originally presented in Spring 2009 as the second of two exhibitions celebrating MOCRA’s fif...

2010-09-26 to 2011-02-13 James Rosen: The Artist and the Capable Observer

James Rosen: The Artist and the Capable Observer
September 26, 2010 to February 13, 2011

Over his six-decade career, James Rosen has produced a body of visually arresting paintings, watercolors, and drawings, that gently invite viewers to stay a while. Rosen seeks "capable observers" w...

2009-02-15 to 2009-05-17 MOCRA at Fifteen: Good Friday

MOCRA at Fifteen: Good Friday
February 15, 2009 to May 17, 2009

On February 14, 1993, the world’s first interfaith museum of contemporary art opened its doors. Fifteen years later, Saint Louis University’s Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) contin...

2009-09-13 to 2009-12-13 Michael Byron: Cosmic Tears

Michael Byron: Cosmic Tears
September 13, 2009 to December 13, 2009

In the evocative paintings of the Cosmic Tears series, Michael Byron explores the relationship of the individual to the universal. The works are based on a text by the artist that meditates ...

2008-02-3 to 2008-05-18 Miao Xiaochun: The Last Judgment in Cyberspace

Miao Xiaochun: The Last Judgment in Cyberspace
February 3, 2008 to May 18, 2008

Chinese artist Miao Xiaochun asked himself an interesting question: "How would Michelangelo’s The Last Judgment appear from behind?" To explore this premise, Miao Xiaochun rendered a 3-D d...

2008-09-21 to 2008-12-14 MOCRA at Fifteen: Pursuit of the Spirit

MOCRA at Fifteen: Pursuit of the Spirit
September 21, 2008 to December 14, 2008

On February 14, 1993, the world’s first interfaith museum of contemporary art opened its doors. Fifteen years later, Saint Louis University’s Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) contin...

2007-03-31 to 2007-06-24 Oskar Fischinger: Movement and Spirit

Oskar Fischinger: Movement and Spirit
March 31, 2007 to June 24, 2007

Oskar Fischinger (1900–1967) was a significant figure in the early days of filmmaking, attracting attention for his technological innovations, imaginative animation techniques, and the sheer brav...

2007-09-16 to 2007-12-09 The Celluloid Bible: Marketing Films Inspired by Scripture

The Celluloid Bible: Marketing Films Inspired by Scripture
September 16, 2007 to December 09, 2007

A uniquely modern art form, film and its associated motion picture industry have taken Judeo-Christian scripture as subject matter from the very beginning of the medium and have continued that trea...

2006-01-22 to 2006-03-12 Arshile Gorky: The Early Years – Drawings and Paintings, 1927-1937

Arshile Gorky: The Early Years – Drawings and Paintings, 1927-1937
January 22, 2006 to March 12, 2006

Arshile Gorky (1904-1948) is widely regarded as one of the most pivotal and significant artists in the development of 20th-century American art. After moving to America from Armenia in 1920, he qui...

2001-11-9 to 2002-02-10 Andy Warhol: Silver Clouds

Andy Warhol: Silver Clouds
November 9, 2001 to February 10, 2002

MOCRA is pleased to bring Andy Warhol's Silver Clouds to St. Louis for the first time, in one of the largest-ever installations of this charming 1966 work. Silver Clouds is a visual, ...

2005-03-18 to 2005-07-31 Junko Chodos: The Breath of Consciousness

Junko Chodos: The Breath of Consciousness
March 18, 2005 to July 31, 2005

The Breath of Consciousness is Japanese-American artist Junko Chodos' first Midwest exhibition. It surveys the predominant themes and media in her oeuvre. The exhibition title references a r...

2005-09-15 to 2005-12-18 DoDo Jin Ming: Land and Sea

DoDo Jin Ming: Land and Sea
September 15, 2005 to December 18, 2005

"Respecting the awesome power and drama found only in the sea," writes curator Catherine Evans, "DoDo Jin Ming creates violent black and white images that transport the viewer to a precipice about ...

2004-03-28 to 2004-06-13 Rito, Espejo y Ojo / Ritual, Mirror and Eye: Photography by Luis González-Palma, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, and Pablo Soria

Rito, Espejo y Ojo / Ritual, Mirror and Eye: Photography by Luis González-Palma, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, and Pablo Soria
March 28, 2004 to June 13, 2004

MOCRA is pleased to present the work of three significant Latin American artists to St. Louis audiences. While their personal and artistic backgrounds vary, all three artists share a common interes...

2004-09-10 to 2005-02-27 Radiant Forms in Contemporary Sacred Architecture: Richard Meier and Steven Holl

Radiant Forms in Contemporary Sacred Architecture: Richard Meier and Steven Holl
September 10, 2004 to February 27, 2005

Radiant Forms in Contemporary Sacred Architecture is MOCRA's first exhibition dedicated to architecture. By means of photographs, drawings and plans, it brings together two of today's most i...

2004-09-10 to 2005-02-27 Daniel Ramirez: Twenty Contemplations on the Infant Jesus, an Homage to Oliver Messiaen

Daniel Ramirez: Twenty Contemplations on the Infant Jesus, an Homage to Oliver Messiaen
September 10, 2004 to February 27, 2005

Concurrently with the exhibition Radiant Forms in Contemporary Sacred Architecture, MOCRA presents a series of etchings by Daniel P. Ramirez. First shown in 1981 at the Art Institute of Chic...

2003-09-2 to 2003-10-12 Avoda: Objects of the Spirit – Ceremonial Art by Tobi Kahn

Avoda: Objects of the Spirit – Ceremonial Art by Tobi Kahn
September 2, 2003 to October 12, 2003

Avoda is the Hebrew noun for "work," as well as for "prayer/worship," and the active mode implied by this title reflects Tobi Kahn's interpretation of the rising interest and active particip...

2002-02-23 to 2002-08-9 Tony Hooker: The Greater Good – An Artist

Tony Hooker: The Greater Good – An Artist's Contemporary View of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study
February 23, 2002 to August 9, 2002

The Tuskegee Experiment began in 1932 when the United States Public Health Service initiated a study of syphilis in African American males in Macon County, Alabama. With whatever intentions the stu...

2002-08-27 to 2002-12-14 Andy Warhol: Silver Clouds, an encore presentation

Andy Warhol: Silver Clouds, an encore presentation
August 27, 2002 to December 14, 2002

MOCRA is pleased to bring back Andy Warhol's Silver Clouds (1966) in an encore presentation. Mercurial and buoyant, these pillow-shaped silver mylar balloons roam the air currents of MOCRA's...

2006-09-10 to 2006-12-17 Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol's Silver Clouds: A Fortieth Anniversary Celebration
September 10, 2006 to December 17, 2006

After introducing St. Louis audiences to Andy Warhol's Silver Clouds in 2001 and reprising the exhibit in 2002, MOCRA is pleased to bring back the Silver Clouds on the occasion of the...

2000-04-15 to 2000-11-05 Lewis deSoto: Paranirvana

Lewis deSoto: Paranirvana
April 15, 2000 to November 05, 2000

Lewis deSoto’s Paranirvana, a 25-foot long image of the reclining Buddha made of a nylon skin and inflated with air, based on a well-known Sri Lankan sculpture. Paranirvana was creat...

2000-11-18 to 2001-04-01 Robert Farber: A Retrospective, 1985–1995

Robert Farber: A Retrospective, 1985–1995
November 18, 2000 to April 01, 2001

New York artist Robert Farber turned to art in his mid-30s and pursued it until his death in 1995 at the age of 47. His work has been shown in such distinguished institutions as the Museum of Moder...

1998-11-14 to 1999-06-28 Bernard Maisner: Entrance to the Scriptorium

Bernard Maisner: Entrance to the Scriptorium
November 14, 1998 to June 28, 1999

The late art historian George Kubler wrote in The Shape of Time, "[Works of art] are like gateways, where the visitor can enter the space of the painter, or the time of the poet, to experien...

1998-03-8 to 1998-05-8 Tobi Kahn: Metamorphoses

Tobi Kahn: Metamorphoses
March 8, 1998 to May 8, 1998

Curated by the distinguished art historian Peter Selz,

Tobi Kahn: Metamorphoses brings together 37 paintings and 20 sculptures of an artist who extends an American tradition-the distillation...

1998-05-26 to 1998-10-25 MOCRA: The First Five Years

MOCRA: The First Five Years
May 26, 1998 to October 25, 1998

MOCRA celebrates its fifth anniversary with selections from its first fifteen exhibitions. Artists in the exhibition include:

Dan Addington | Alvin Ailey | Seyed Alavi | Peter Ambrose...

1997-02-7 to 1997-03-16 Steven Heilmer: Pietre Sante | Holy Stones

Steven Heilmer: Pietre Sante | Holy Stones
February 7, 1997 to March 16, 1997

Expertly carved in Carrara and Vermont marble, the sculptures of Steven Heilmer juxtapose raw stone with highly finished sculpted fabric. In a dramatic partnering of surfaces, the "cloth" variously...

1997-04-4 to 1997-07-31 Utopia Body Paint Collection and Australian Aboriginal Art from St. Louis Collections

Utopia Body Paint Collection and Australian Aboriginal Art from St. Louis Collections
April 4, 1997 to July 31, 1997

A vigorous cultural revival is evident today throughout Aboriginal communities in Australia. Artists at Utopia -- a tract of Aboriginal freehold land in the central desert of Australia -- have prod...

1997-09-26 to 1997-12-21 Manfred Stumpf: Enter Jerusalem

Manfred Stumpf: Enter Jerusalem
September 26, 1997 to December 21, 1997

Born in 1957, German artist Manfred Stumpf studied in Frankfurt, New York, and Vienna. He is a versatile artist whoo has worked in the media of drawing and painting. He also has created installatio...

1995-12-2 to 1996-04-19 Frederick J. Brown: The Life of Christ Altarpiece

Frederick J. Brown: The Life of Christ Altarpiece
December 2, 1995 to April 19, 1996

In 1992, prolific expressionist artist Frederick J. Brown offered to execute a large, multi-paneled altarpiece based on the life of Christ for the new Museum of Contemporary Religious Art. A genero...

1996-06-30 to 1996-06-30 Edward Boccia: Eye of the Painter

Edward Boccia: Eye of the Painter
June 30, 1996 to June 30, 1996

When appraising the long career of an artist, we tend to focus on the mature style, or the works best known by the public. Edward Boccia: Eye of the Painter seeks to render another view of t...

1996-12-1 to 1997-02-5 Consecrations Revisited

Consecrations Revisited
December 1, 1996 to February 5, 1997

Consecrations was the first group exhibition that put AIDS within a spiritual framework. Its 28 diverse artists, working in a range of media, expressed their experience with the disease in w...

1995-04-8 to 1995-05-7 Keith Haring: Altarpiece – The Life of Christ

Keith Haring: Altarpiece – The Life of Christ
April 8, 1995 to May 7, 1995

Keith Haring's work is known throughout the world for its unique and immediately recognizable pictorial language. His often light-hearted art reaches beyond the confines of museums. It can be found...

1995-05-19 to 1995-07-2 Ian Friend: The Edge of Belief – paintings, sculpture, and works on paper, 1980–1994

Ian Friend: The Edge of Belief – paintings, sculpture, and works on paper, 1980–1994
May 19, 1995 to July 2, 1995

MOCRA is honored to present the first American retrospective of Australian artist Ian Friend. Common concerns thread their way through the diverse works in the exhibition: a sense of awe for landsc...

1995-08-26 to 1995-10-22 Eleanor Dickinson: A Retrospective

Eleanor Dickinson: A Retrospective
August 26, 1995 to October 22, 1995

Throughout Eleanor Dickinson's work, the human form is seen as a reflection of the soul. Walter Hopps, former director of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, has called Dickinson "one of the country's mos...

1994-05-3 to 1994-06-27 Post-Minimalism and the Spiritual: Four Chicago Artists

Post-Minimalism and the Spiritual: Four Chicago Artists
May 3, 1994 to June 27, 1994

The Minimalist movement, appearing in the mid-1960s and continuing well into the 1970s, is characterized by a reduction of forms to simple, basic geometric shapes, devoid of any ornamentation. Figu...

1994-10-15 to 1995-02-19 Consecrations: The Spiritual in Art in the Time of AIDS

Consecrations: The Spiritual in Art in the Time of AIDS
October 15, 1994 to February 19, 1995

Consecrations is the first group exhibition that seeks to put AIDS within a spiritual framework. The 28 artists in Consecrations represent the religious, ethnic, cultural, sexual and ...

1993-02-14 to 1993-04-11 Sanctuaries: Recovering the Holy in Contemporary Art, Part One

Sanctuaries: Recovering the Holy in Contemporary Art, Part One
February 14, 1993 to April 11, 1993

MOCRA’s two-part inaugural exhibition features more than 100 works from an wide-ranging roster of artists working in styles ranging from traditional Western figuration to minimalist and geometric...

1993-10-24 to 1993-12-19 Body and Soul: The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Body and Soul: The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
October 24, 1993 to December 19, 1993

Body and Soul is a celebration of 35 years of the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater and its exceptional contributions to contemporary culture. It speaks to the vision and dedication of Alvin Ailey (...

2017-04-26 to 2018-04-8 Transformations: Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Transformations: Highlights from the MOCRA Collection
April 26, 2017 to April 8, 2018

Transformation is an essential element of the creation and experience of art. Artists manipulate materials and perceptions in ways that bring their work, viewers, and themselves to new physical, ps...

2011-03-8 to 2011-07-31 Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre

Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre
March 8, 2011 to July 31, 2011

MOCRA presents a major body of work by a distinctive figure in twentieth-century art. Born in working-class Paris in 1871, Georges Rouault was apprenticed as a youth to a stained glass workshop. In...

2003-03-2 to 2003-05-11 Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre

Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre
March 2, 2003 to May 11, 2003

MOCRA presents a major body of work by a distinctive figure in twentieth-century art. Born in working-class Paris in 1871, Georges Rouault was apprenticed as a youth to a stained glass workshop. In...

2000-01-18 to 2000-04-2 Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre

Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre
January 18, 2000 to April 2, 2000

MOCRA presents a major body of work by a distinctive figure in twentieth-century art. Born in working-class Paris in 1871, Georges Rouault was apprenticed as a youth to a stained glass workshop. In...

1994-03-21 to 1994-04-26 Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre

Georges Rouault: Miserere et Guerre
March 21, 1994 to April 26, 1994

MOCRA presents a major body of work by a distinctive figure in twentieth-century art. Born in working-class Paris in 1871, Georges Rouault was apprenticed as a youth to a stained glass workshop. In...

2017-09-22 to 2018-04-8 Visible Conservation

Visible Conservation
September 22, 2017 to April 8, 2018

In 2016 MOCRA acquired Michael Tracy's powerful 1981 work Cruz to Bishop Oscar Romero, Martyr of El Salvador. With Visible Conservation, we gave visitors a rare behind-the-scenes glim...

2016-07-25 to 2016-09-3 Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Highlights from the MOCRA Collection
July 25, 2016 to September 3, 2016

Enjoy a look at some of the most popular works in the MOCRA collection, along with lesser known gems. Featuring works by Romare Bearden, Dawoud Bey, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Doug DePice, Robert...

2015-05-30 to 2015-08-2 Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Highlights from the MOCRA Collection
May 30, 2015 to August 2, 2015

Enjoy a look at some of the most popular works in the MOCRA collection, along with lesser known gems. Featuring works by Romare Bearden, Dawoud Bey, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Junko Chodos, Doug ...

2018-04-21 to 2018-07-28 Highlights from the MOCRA Collection, feat. The Romero Cross

Highlights from the MOCRA Collection, feat. The Romero Cross
April 21, 2018 to July 28, 2018

Seven months of conservation work culminate in the first public showing at MOCRA of Cruz to Bishop Oscar Romero, Martyr of El Salvador, a major mixed media sculpture by Michael Tracy (b. 194...

2006-03-28 to 2006-07-30 Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Highlights from the MOCRA Collection
March 28, 2006 to July 30, 2006

Enjoy a look at some of the most popular works in the MOCRA collection, along with lesser known gems. Featuring works by Seyed Alavi, Luis González Palma, Steven Heilmer, Anne Minich, Shahzia Sika...

2004-06-20 to 2004-08-29 Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Highlights from the MOCRA Collection
June 20, 2004 to August 29, 2004

Enjoy a look at some of the most popular works in the MOCRA collection, along with lesser known gems. Featuring works by Peter Ambrose, Gryphon Blackswan, Daniel Goldstein, Steven Luecking, Gary Pa...

2003-11-4 to 2004-03-5 Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Highlights from the MOCRA Collection
November 4, 2003 to March 5, 2004

Enjoy a look at some of the most popular works in the MOCRA collection, along with lesser known gems. Featuring works by Seyed Alavi, Nancy Fried, Donald Grant, Tobi Kahn, Virgil Myers, Shahzia Sik...

2003-01-7 to 2003-02-23 Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Highlights from the MOCRA Collection
January 7, 2003 to February 23, 2003

Enjoy a look at some of the most popular works in the MOCRA collection, along with lesser known gems. Featuring works by Craig Antrim, Michael David, Sue Eisler, Adrian Kellard, Dean Kessmann, Anne...

2001-05-6 to 2001-11-8 Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Highlights from the MOCRA Collection
May 6, 2001 to November 8, 2001

Enjoy a look at some of the most popular works in the MOCRA collection, along with lesser known gems and some works on loan. Featuring works by Peter Ambrose, Lori Bert, Sr. Helen David Brancato, D...

1999-07-29 to 1999-12-22 Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Highlights from the MOCRA Collection
July 29, 1999 to December 22, 1999

Enjoy a look at some of the most popular works in the MOCRA collection, along with lesser known gems. Featuring works by Michael David, Eleanor Dickinson, Steven Heilmer, Charlotte Lichtblau, J. W....

1998-01-15 to 1998-02-22 Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Highlights from the MOCRA Collection
January 15, 1998 to February 22, 1998

Enjoy a look at some of the most popular works in the MOCRA collection, along with lesser known gems. Featuring works by Gryphon Blackswan, Heidy Sumei Chuang, Greg Edmondson, Jeffrey Miller, Carl ...

1993-04-18 to 1993-08-29 Sanctuaries: Recovering the Holy in Contemporary Art, Part Two – Three Major Installations

Sanctuaries: Recovering the Holy in Contemporary Art, Part Two – Three Major Installations
April 18, 1993 to August 29, 1993

MOCRA’s two-part inaugural exhibition features more than 100 works from an wide-ranging roster of artists working in styles ranging from traditional Western figuration to minimalist and geometric...

2018-05-24 to 2018-11-12

Beyond Words: Three Contemporary Artists and the Manuscript Tradition
May 24, 2018 to November 12, 2018

MOCRA, in collaboration with the Special Collections division of the Saint Louis University Libraries, presents a special exhibition in the Lambert Gallery at St. Louis Lambert International Airpor...