A Bishop and a King Walk into a (Kit-cat) Bar . . .

by Matthew Innis |

To our modern ears, if we hear a single sentence including the words “bishop,” “king,” and “Kit-cat,” we are likely to expect that it is the beginning of some bawdy joke.  No doubt, in a subsequent sentence, a “rabbi” would make his appearance, and the punchline would be just around the corner.  But to an artist living…

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