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Beware of the God at Daniel Blau in London from Jul 8 through Aug 10

An upcoming exhibition at the Daniel Blau gallery in London will feature Neal Fox’s icons of modern pop culture, including Aeister Crowley. The exhibition “Beware of the God” will run from Jul 8th through August 10th.

“Fox’s drawings depict a phantasmagoric journey through the detritus and mythology of pop culture. From a life-long obsession with the tales of his dead grandfather, a World War II bomber pilot, writer and hell raiser, his large-scale drawings have developed into increasingly layered celebrations of the debauched and iconoclastic characters whose ideas have helped shape our collective consciousness.
Fox’s latest project takes many of the recurring subjects of his drawings and portrays them through the medium of the stained glass window. As traditional church windows show the iconography of saints, through representations of events in their lives, instruments of martyrdom and iconic motifs, Fox plays with the symbolism of each character’s cult of personality” [via]

For more about this exhibit, see also Modern saints, although the reviewer here succumbs to the facile and hysterical Crowley Corollary [via, also] by calling the figures that surround Aleister Crowley “satanic”.