What happened in Eden, as they say, didn’t stay in Eden. The Garden and God’s reaction to Adam and Eve’s transgression especially fascinated Medieval and Renaissance artists. Now, the Museum of Biblical Art in New York has a show of contemporary works on the theme, such as Fred Tomaselli’s “Study for Expulsion.”
What happened in Eden, as they say, didn’t stay in Eden. The Garden and God’s reaction to Adam and Eve’s transgression especially fascinated Medieval and Renaissance artists. Now, the Museum of Biblical Art in New York has a show of contemporary works on the theme, such as Fred Tomaselli’s “Study for Expulsion.” Courtesy of the artist and James Cohan Gallery
What happened in Eden, as they say, didn’t stay in Eden. The Garden and God’s reaction to Adam and Eve’s transgression especially fascinated Medieval and Renaissance artists. Now, the Museum of Biblical Art in New York has a show of contemporary works on the theme, such as Fred Tomaselli’s “Study for Expulsion.” Courtesy of the artist and James Cohan Gallery

Garden of Eden exhibit takes artists back to where it all began

August 06, 2014 07:00 AM

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