Light in Darkness: The mystical philosophy of Jakob Böhme Coventry Cathedral (Until 5 July)

Review by Andrew Marsh

Portrait of Jakob Böhme by Christoph Gottlob Glymann. | Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Why should anyone care about natural philosophy? This exhibition – an artistic and historical interpretation of Jakob Böhme and his work – offers an explanation. The display is superbly curated and animated by: Lucinda Martin, Universität Erfurt; Cecilia Muratori, University of Warwick; and Claudia Brink, State Art Collections, Dresden, Germany, with which Coventry is twinned.

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