"Ultimately what stands out is how darn beautiful these prints are." Time Out
Corita Kent's joyful, subversive and – to some – controversial screen prints revolutionised typographic design, challenged the Roman Catholic Church and offered a bold new perspective on misogyny, racism and war.
A contemporary of Andy Warhol, admired by Charles and Ray Eames, John Cage and Saul Bass, Corita's radical Pop Art brought the sublime to bear on the everyday.
Designed by the acclaimed Fraser Muggeridge studio, the exhibition will feature 70 screen prints showing the evolution of Corita's work.
With thanks to Corita Art Center and Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft