“There’s something guaranteed to offend everybody in this show,” says a grinning Peter H. Gilmore, high priest of the Church of Satan and a part-time Fort Myers resident. “That’s the idea. You have to shake yourself up, too.
“If you have sacred cows of any sort, we’re going to butcher and roast them.”
Howl Gallery debuted the first “The Devils Reign” exhibit last year and then took it on tour to New York and Massachusetts. It was the first art exhibit by the national atheist organization The Church of Satan.
Now “The Devils Reign” returns to Howl Gallery this weekend with a new psychedelic theme but the same goal of questioning religion, popular culture and other perceived symbols of conformity and anti-individualism. Gilmore co-curated the show with Howl Gallery’s Andy Howl.
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