Seven Sins at Moya Museum

15.10.2023 - 17.12.2023

 

In this exhibition, a new generation of artists showcases their diverse responses to the seven sins from Christian theology: Pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath, and sloth, in the context of the contemporary world.

As contemporary representatives of Hieronymus Bosch, our artists aesthetically explore how our tendencies toward corruption and excess characterize our current era.

 

“Seven Sins” raises significant questions about the classification of the seven sins as sin. Through artistic perspectives, ethical and philosophical discussions are encouraged about the role and meaning of these sins in our lives. This opens the door to a broader societal dialogue about morality, behavior, and human nature.

 

The group exhibition features the work of Bregje Sliepenbeek, Dae Uk Kim, Doron Beuns, Ernest Bessems, Harry Hugo Little, Ilse Kind, Lily Parker, Mingrui Jiang, Nadie Borggreve, Tom Putman, and Victor Crepsley. The exhibition is curated and organized by Pim Lamme (semester9), Majke Husstege (MOYA), and Geert Kollau (Director of MOYA).