The Intersection of Dreams
On view March – July 2015
This Spring, Terry Flaxton's new work, The Intersection of Dreams, is a moving-image triptych inspired by Salvador Dalí's Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus). This piece's center presents a changing image of Christ—a Christ of varying race and gender—while the side panels of the triptych also shift, illustrating the reactions of a diverse, contemporary, and young audience.
The Intersection of Dreams was funded by Professor Sir Eric Thomas, Vice Chancellor of Bristol University and Professor Steven West, Vice Chancellor of University of the West of England. It will be exhibited in both the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and in Bristol Cathedral during 2015.
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama:
Journey for Peace and Secular Ethics
On view June – August 2015
This photography exhibition, presented in collaboration with The Tibet Fund, celebrates the life of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and features the work of various internationally-acclaimed artists (Sonam Zoksang, Tenzin Choejor, Alison Wright, Mary Bloom, David Sanger, and Richard Shay) who have been touched by his words and actions.
This collection of portraits illustrates His Holiness's love and respect for all people, as exemplied through his work in civil rights and interfaith understanding.
These exhibitions are open during the Cathedral's regular hours, 7:30 am to 6 pm daily. There are no tickets or reservations needed.