Gallery: Manhattan Cathedral Examines “The Value of Water” in a New Sta...

The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in the Upper West Side of Manhattan is the largest cathedral in the world. It is so massive, in fact, that the Statue of Liberty can fit inside. The diocese takes advantage of the cathedral's cavernous space through it's noted art exhibitions, the most recent of which examines one of the world most precious resources -- water. "The Value of Water" curated by participating artist Fredericka Foster, features pieces by some huge names, including Mark Rothko, Jenny Holzer, and Bill Viola, that spur conversation and contemplation about the global water crisis.

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