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Art as Allegory: Artist Talk with Joseph Sulkowski

Apokalupsis Bozzetta, Joseph Sulkowski

Apokalupsis Bozzetta, Joseph Sulkowski

Joseph Sulkowski will discuss his masterwork project, APOKALUPSIS, an Uncovering, in which he uses Foxhounds as symbolic representations of the truths of human existence. Following his talk, Sulkowski will lead a tour of Charleston Collects: British Sporting Art from the Penkhus Collection and sign copies of his new book The Sporting Life: The Art of Joseph H. Sulkowski.

This event is CANCELED until further notice in accordance with current public health precautions.





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