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Exhibition Catalogs

Take an exhibition home with you!

We have beautiful exhibition catalogs from the following shows, available for $25+tax each. To purchase, contact us at care@gtu.edu or 510-649-2472. 

Or, become a CARe member with a gift of $100 and receive one free catalog of your choice as a thank you gift! 

 

Beyond Words: Art Inspired by Sacred Texts

(2019) 10 pages, with x colored photographs

featuring the artwork of Mohamad Hafez, Meg Hitchcock, David Maxim, and Eleanor Creekmore Dickinson

with essays by Dr. Thomas Cattoi, Mahjabeen Dhala, Laura M. Dunn, Dr. Uriah Y. Kim, and Dr. Valerie Miles-Tribble

 

Gestures to the Divine: Reflections on Eco-Spirituality

(2018) 107 pages, with 31 colored photographs

featuring the artwork of Hagit Cohen (introduction by Dr. Alla Efimova)

with essays on eco-spirituality by Dr. Jay Emerson Johnson, Dr. Devin P.  Zuber, Matthew Hartman, Dr. Rita D. Sherma, Keyona Saquile Lazenby, Yohana Junker, Dr. Cynthia Moe-Lobeda

co-sponsored by the University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley and GTU Women's Studies in Religion

 

Religion and Resistance

(2018) 97 pages, with 44 photographs

including photographs by Ken Light, posters from the collection of Lincoln Cushing, and contemporary protest signs

 

Sacred Garments: Orthodox Christian vestments from around the world (OUT OF PRINT)

(2017) 71 pages, with 32 colored photographs 

featuring essays by Metropolitan Nikitas, Dr. John Klentos, and Lydia Webster

catalog descriptions by Dr. Rossitza Schroeder and Lydia Webster

co-sponsored by the Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute

 

Reverberating Echoes: Contemporary art inspired by contemporary Islamic art (OUT OF PRINT)

(2017) 118 pages, with 35 colored photographs

featuring the art work of Mamoun Sakkal, Chris Palmer, Phil Webster, Hooman Koliji, Nazanin Hedayat Munroe, Nathan Voirol, Manzar Rassouli

including essays by Carol Bier

co-sponsored by the GTU Center for Islamic Studies