Wright is pleased to present Love + Revolution: The Radical Art of Corita Kent on November 19th. Dedicated solely to this inspiring artist/activist, the auction features some of Corita Kent’s most iconic images and coveted works from her early pieces in the 1950s, radical designs of the 1960s and poetic themes of love and the common good through the 1980s. 

This private collection was thoughtfully put together and comes to the market from a close personal friend of the artist. It highlights Kent’s wide span of diverse artistry, strong faith and ability to use her unique platform for social justice. 

Join us for this special online auction closing on November 19th. 

Art does not come from thinking but from responding.

Corita Kent

Corita Kent

At just 18 years old, Sister Mary Corita Kent entered the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart, a progressive order which encouraged hard work and creativity. A self-taught artist and arts educator, Kent’s colorful Pop Art imagery touched the masses with its affordability and Democratic outreach. Kent later left the religious order to pursue a career in the arts and keenly used her work to critique current events while spreading her message of love and tolerance, a message that through the decades continues to be on point.

Love + Revolution

The Radical Art of Corita Kent

Auction / Online
19 November 2021
11 am central

Preview / Chicago
by appointment

For additional information
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