The Mormon protest of the art for "Once Upon a Deadpool" is self-absorbed and silly, revealing a persecution complex that just won't go away.
The Light & Life exhibit at the LDS Church History Museum gives a glimpse of Mormons unplugged, from all over the world. The photographers say this is what is possible when photos are unstaged: we see people in all their messiness and beauty.
Joseph Paul Vorst was a well-known artist in the 1930s and 1940s, but Mormons only recently discovered he was LDS. Now for the first time, there will be a major retrospective exhibit of his life and work.