Showing posts from September, 2013

The Seventh Day Exhibit at the Hebrew Union College-JIR Museum

Islamic Art Week Comes to London, Including Carpets

Every Day in Canada Can be a Culture Day

Russian Religious Art Demystified in North Carolina

Unscrolling the History of China's Art: Pre and Post Buddhism

Art Market Shuts Out All but the Super Rich

ArtPrize 2013 Top 10 Announced


Vandals Damage ArtPrize Installation Featuring Documentary on Controversial Subjects

‘The Odyssey and Art of John H. Less’ Exhibition Comes to Museum in Newark

Pakistani Art by Imran Qureshi Takes on NYC in MOMA’s Roof Garden Commission

Art Review: "From Myanmar With Love" in Calcutta

Houses of Worship as Public Art

$1.2M in Free Consulting to Help 12 Metro Detroit Arts Groups Flourish

Jesus Salgueiro: The Intersection of Mandalas and Nylon

'Masculine/Masculine' Explores Male Nude Throughout Art History And We Couldn't Be Happier (NSFW)

'Sacred Gifts' Paintings Bring Rich Christian History, Stories to Utah

Ancient Jewish Tradition Meets Contemporary Design

Flowers of Blood in Pakistani Qureshi's Rome Exhibition

Hanging Terraces Brings Together 26 Hindu Artistes and Diverse Thoughts

Marc Chagall's Jewish Jesus on PBS

Silk Road Artists Copying China's 492 Caves "Stroke for Stroke"

ArtStart: ArtPrize Launches New Online Competition for Youth

Eleni Zatz Litt Repairs the World With Her Art

The Deconstruction of Calligraphy and the Deeper Complexity of the Written Word

Hindu Artist, Chiranjeevi Malli Never Misses a Day of Painting

M. F. Husain’s ‘Bhopal’ to Go Under the Auctioneer's Hammer

30+ Ways of Risking Religion in Indianapolis

LDS Museum to Display European Paintings in 360-Degree Panoramas Reflecting Original Altar Settings

Koshi Kawachi's Buddha Sculpted Out of Kids’ Snacks

Religious and Secular Imagery by Modern Sculptor Emilio Greco at London's Estorick Collection

ArtPrize 2013 Top 25 Juried Short List Entries

Chagall’s Dark Side on Display in New York

'Doris Duke's Shangri La' Fantastic Monument to Islamic Art

Art Attack: Hindu Artists Strike Out at Injustices in Society

Artwork Can Help Heal the Jewish-Christian Divide

Travel Through Time: Asian Art Featured on The Curator’s Eye

Movie Review: "Prisoners" is More Than an Angry-Dad Revenge Drama

BYU's New Exhibit 'Sacred Gifts' Runs Many Layers Deep

Chinese Collectors 'Price Out' Western Bidders At Asian Art Auctions

Onam Pageantry Gains Popularity in Capital City of Thiruvananthapuram

India's 'Mini Taj' Unveiled After Five-Year Refit

Jewish Holyday: The End and the Beginning

Metropolitan Museum of Art Celebrates Fifty Years Collecting Islamic Art

Jewish Agency Seeks ‘Number One Sukkah in the World’

ArtPrize Entries for Sale: Competition Adds Button for Artists to Sell Work Online


Vandalism Hits Grand Rapids Artist's Noah's Ark ArtPrize Entry

ArtPrize 2013: Why I Voted for 1,427 Amazing Works of Art

Ancient Fragments Bring to Life All But Vanished Indian Jewish Community

Outrage and Irony | Canadian's Proposes Ban on Religious Wear

Arts Groups Satisfying the Philanthropic Desires of Both Introverts & Extroverts

Do Arts Groups Need Educational Services Similar to Chamber of Commerce Offerings?

Must a Jewish history stress suffering? Marc Saperstein argues against excess fatalism