Portia Berry-Kilby

Halsey and the cultural appropriation of Catholicism

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I can’t say I have a terribly favourable view of the modern music industry. But when I heard that pop artist Halsey’s latest album If I Can’t Have Love, I want Power had an album cover inspired by Jean Fouquet’s Virgin And Child Surrounded By Angels, taken from the right wing of the Melun

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Portia Berry-Kilby

Portia Berry-Kilby previously worked as an attaché at the Holy See's Mission to the UN in New York. She now lives in Suffolk

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