The 20th century is widely recognized to have been the most violent in recorded human history. According to this new show at gallery F., however, Jack the Ripper, Hiroshima and the Cambodian Killing Fields are all just tiny crimson drops in the bloody mess we’ve been perpetuating for the past millennium. 23 Years Without War Since 1000 A.D. is the wordy but telling title of this exhibit, which explores the violent history of man’s inhumanity to man. Sabine Schlunk has curated an unexpected mix of work by both adult and child artists along with writers from Uganda, Canada and the U.S. to explore the show’s themes of peace and war. Adult artists on display include Brenda Butka, Carolyn McDonald, Clifford Gordon, Derek Coté, Samuel Dunson and Sierra Faye Mitchell.