More kind words about "Language of the Birds: Occult and Art" are rolling in. The New York Times featured it their "What to See in New York City Art Galleries This Week" column, calling it "intellectually fascinating" and highlighting several of the works. The New Yorker spotlit it in the Goings On About Town section of this week's issue. And Art in America said this:
"...Though many key modern artists were hardly shy about voicing their enthusiasm for the occult, art historians and curators, working within Enlightenment disciplines, have had a harder time taking seriously esoteric spirituality. 'Language of the Birds' feels like a necessary corrective in this regard. Curator Pam Grossman, who is both a historian and a 'student of magickal practice,' has presented a deeply felt and extensively researched exhibition that includes work by more than 60 artists, many of whom could be equally identified as magicians themselves."
I am so very proud of this show, and honored to get to share this enchanting and important work with you all. If you are in NYC, please do visit "Language of the Birds" before it closes next Saturday, February 13th. I hope you love it as much as I have loved putting it together.