Friday, January 6, 2017

KIKO’S CURIOUS CRIPTA DI SANT’ILARIO

Posted by Chuck White

Perhaps you've heard of Kiko Argüello's “New Aesthetic”, which is his attempt to impose his music, art, and architecture upon the Church. I’d like to take you on a short tour of a chapel in Rome, the Cripta di Sant’Ilario di Poitier (Crypt of Saint Hilary of Poitiers), which belongs to the Neocatechumenal parish of St. Hilary of Poitiers there. This chapel not only epitomizes Kiko’s “New Aesthetic”, but also includes one very curious feature...Read more.

4 comments:

  1. Take a look at this article: https://archiwatch.it/2013/06/17/architettura-buona-come-il-pane-n-7-kiko-arguello-3/

    On the ceiling Kiko has realized clearly a vulva. He is obsessed with woman's body, i cannot imagine a more blasphemous aestethic

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  2. Thanks Chuck,

    The Santa Ana Chapel in Agat was surely kikoized to the NCW design. Barrigada, NEO central possibly same way? thanks to Crystal No balls.

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  3. NCW = Personality cult !!!!

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