the last supper
"I suppose for any one of us this might be our last supper."
Since 2000, Green has painted 600 plates depicting the last meals of death row inmates, "The Last Supper." In cobalt-blue mineral paint, she notes on each plate the state and date of the execution alongside the meal request -- but no name, no crime.
This influential work is heading to the auction block as part of Sotheby’s Hong Kong 40th Anniversary Evening Sale, where
Bible stories are hot and Hollywood studios are rushing to cash in. Although these films are capitalizing on public interest in the Bible, the bestselling book of all time, and the heroes and villains of religious history, there is one story, says filmmaker Armondo Linus Acosta, that has never been made: The Last Supper.
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Some may say Walker's "Last Supper" is an act of heresy; or perhaps, sacrilegious. But isn't that the goal of artistic expression -- pushing boundaries, evoking emotion (positive and negative), starting a dialogue and inciting different points of view?
Bible readers throughout history have noticed discrepancies in the Gospel accounts. The fact is that Jewish people would never mistake the Passover meal for another meal.
"Leonardo's Last Supper: A Vision by Peter Greenaway" opens Thursday and ends Jan. 6. The armory's president, Rebecca Robertson
Editor's note: the following blog post is satire. Reuterz, New York - In swift reaction to recent calls for his resignation