Architectural Digest – “Most major artist-designed chapels are late-career works,” says Dr. Aaron Rosen, expert on art and religion and curator of Stations of the Cross NYC. “There’s a twofold explanation: Often, artists are only given these opportunities when they are hugely established, and at this stage, they are thinking about how they want to be remembered. It’s when people want to say, ‘Where do I fit in the canon?'” – read more

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