Photo via Animal NY

An abandoned church in Spanish Harlem is, at least temporarily, re-opened and housing a new religious-themed art exhibit. Animal NY reports that St. John’s Episcopal American Catholic Church on the corner of Lexington Avenue and East 102nd Street, closed in the '90s and is now the backdrop for Sacrosanct, a group exhibition produced by curator Sophie T. Lvoff.

"The exhibition opened on Sunday with ten artists sculptures, photographs, videos and installations, including an intensely self-referential Last Supper scene, inside the once holy space." This Sunday you can attend the closing reception from 5 to 10 p.m., which will even include a performance by the St. John’s Choir, amongst others.