Growing up Catholic is like being part of a dysfunctional family: The harder you try to extricate yourself, the stronger its clutches. Ask Robert Gober, a former altar boy whose sculptural works have long engaged the paradoxical nature of faith, though he might well shrug and simply point to his work. And really, that's where it all resides—in the liturgical drama, the ritual magic, and rich visual symbolism of the church, which Gober enigmatically reconceives in his latest installation, turning Matthew Marks's gallery into a chapel-like space where politics, sexuality, and... More >>>