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The Seven Deadly Sins are currently on display in the Art in Doom exhibition at the Jonathan Ferrara Gallery.
William Woodward’s masterful paintings present a satiric reflection of reality through the personification of the Seven Deadly Sins. His paintings hold up a mirror to society and force the viewer to acknowledge the extent to which their own inner selves are reflected in the scene.Jonathan Ferrara Gallery
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This film from Jonathan Ferrara Gallery gives a virtual peek into the exhibition and the artists involved.
Death. Destruction. Ill fate. Art in Doom features artworks by Tiffany Calvert, Beth Carter, Peter Olson, Nora See, and William Woodward, visually elucidating such unsavory subjects as political corruption, gender inequality, religious pathology, and the human condition. Cheekily scheduled during the springtime, a time of rebirth and rejuvenation, this exhibition derives its name from the event “Art in Bloom” which occurs at numerous museums nationwide during this time period. Taking a stark rejection of the idealization of Springtime, this exhibition highlights the dark and twisted pathos of humanity that is ever-present . . .
Exhibited at the Katzen Museum in Washington, DC, The Sins attracted record breaking crowds and has been lauded as the most attended solo show ever held at the museum.
For the past two decades, William Woodward has delved into the rich history and aesthetic possibilities of the seven deadly sins. The master drawings and narrative paintings in this exhibition owe a great deal to the films of Federico Fellini, Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton the com media dell’arte tradition.AU Museum at The Katzen