June 30, 2009 / Creative Writing
In Part I of this interview, Gregory Wolfe discusses beauty, and in Part II he continues this discussion, riffing on the history of IMAGE journal and the importance of sleeping well.
In this issue, we will examine how beauty is understood in our culture and faith communities, exposing false caricatures of beauty and highlighting those instances of beauty that move us toward the divine. We hope this issue in some small way forces open our deafness and shows us how that Beauty, so ancient and so new, might pierce us, transform us, and color our world with peace.
Tangled Alphabets, an exhibit currently on display at The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York City, brings together the works of visual artist contemporaries León Ferrari and Mira Schendel in their visual exploration of language.