Saint Louis University’s Museum of Contemporary Religious Art is the first museum to bring an interfaith focus to contemporary art.
Through exhibitions, collections and educational programs, MOCRA highlights and explores the ways contemporary visual artists engage the religious and spiritual dimensions. MOCRA serves the diverse Saint Louis University community, and the wider public, by facilitating personal discovery, experience and inspiration, while contributing to a wider culture of interfaith encounter and dialogue.
Now on Display
Tom Kiefer: Pertenencias / Belongings
Sept. 3 – Dec. 19, 2021
MOCRA will be closed Thurs., Nov. 25, and Fri., Nov. 26, for Thanksgiving
Tom Kiefer photographs objects that were confiscated from migrants and asylum seekers detained at the U.S.-Mexico border. This exhibition invites reflection on what it means to possess and what it means to lose, and what it means to belong: how we define who is included and who is excluded, and how those boundaries are enforced.
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