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Explore Mathematics & Mysticism, and Twenty-first Century Existentialism

If you have not yet explored the range of Medieval, Renaissance, and contemporary artistic works on display at LUMA, Loyola University’s Museum of Art, now is your opportunity to check out the current exhibitions featured this Fall and Winter. LUMA’s fall exhibitions include Sacred Geometry and Secular Science, a selection of Medieval, Renaissance, and Modern artists who have used geometry and numbers to express their understanding of reality while exploring the link between mathematics and mysticism. Also featured at LUMA this fall are two works by artists David & Hi-Jin Hodge, who use everyday objects to explore existentialism in a twenty-first century context. Don’t miss Who's Counting  and Temporal State of Being, exhibited through October, 28th, 2012. For more information on LUMA’s current exhibitions and permanent collections, please visit http://www.luc.edu/luma/.

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