Sister Corita

Sister Corita Kent was a 1960s avant-garde graphic artist and nun. Her vibrant serigraphs from the ‘60s and ‘70s reflected her spirituality, her commitment to social justice, and her hope for peace. When her anti-Vietnam War prints were censored she said, “I am not brave enough to not pay my income tax and risk going to jail. But I can say rather freely what I want to say with my art.”

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