Hope and Healing

Franco Mormando discusses the Hope and Healing art exhibition, which was the first exhibition in North America to examine the response of visual art to the plague. Mormando examines how the exhibit reveals the everyday life and the aspirations of those afflicted by the plague and strive to correct the balance by placing the focus on visual art as one of the “rimedi spirituali.” Image courtesy of Franco Mormando.

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