Showing posts from March, 2014

Police Return Dismantled Church to Italy in US Art Row

Simon Schama’s ‘The Story of the Jews’: a Dazzling History

Norton Simon Museum's First Large-Scale Exhibition of Himalayan Buddhist Art Opens

Monday's Madonna & Child Comes to America From Scotland


Delaware Art Museum to Sell Art to Pay Debts

Cleveland Museum of Art's Transformation Required the Most Diverse Cash Infusion in its History

American Bible Society Selling Manhattan HQ Housing Museum of Biblical Art

Movie Review: Russell Crowe Confronts Life’s Nasty Weather in ‘Noah’

Australia Opens First Islamic Art museum

Bill Viola's Videos in Paris Have an Otherworldly Quality That Astonishes

The BBC Aiming to Put Arts Back in Mainstream in UK

Ex-Monk Turned Bestselling Author Advocates "Creating a Personal Spirituality"

National Museum of India Hosts "The Body in Indian Art" Exhibition in Delhi

Moroccan Artwork in Virginia Highlights Traditions of Eastern Women

Relics & Reliquaries: A Popular Devotion Opens at Museum of Religious Art of Fourvière

Degenerate Art, a New Exhibit in New York, Recalls Nazi Efforts to Vilify Modern Art During the Rise of the Third Reich

Indonesia Bans "Noah" Movie

World Vision Reverses Decision to Hire Christians in Same-Sex Marriages

‘Tibet and India: Buddhist Traditions and Transformations’

Finest Surviving Illustrated Manuscript of the Ramayana Now Digitised and Available Online

Jewish Faces: Indian Narratives of Siona Benjamin

Geometry Key to Islamic Art: Dana Awartani

Getty Villa Moves ‘Heaven and Earth’ for Byzantine Art Exhibition

Hollywood Finds Religion and Divine Profits at Theaters

Heaven, Hell, and Here: Heidi Whitman Opens Exhibition at Christopher Henry Gallery

Middle Eastern Promises: Art Dubai Seeks to Replace Art Basel and the Frieze Art Fair

Jerusalem Artist Yoram Raanan Exhibits at the Heichal Shlomo Museum of Jewish Art.

A Decade of Eastern Art: Rubin Museum of Art Celebrates 10 Years Serving the Public

Evangelical Aid Group Opens Hiring To Married Gay Christians

Hitler's Campaign Against 'Degenerate' Modern Art Was Only the Beginning.

Anti-Islamic Art Rules "Hate" Speech in Denmark

Art Review: ‘Degenerate Art’ Exhibition at the Neue Galerie New York

Monday's "Madonna & Child" by Filipino Photographer Niccolo Cosme


"The Shadows of a God: Robert Nicol" Exhibition Opens at UK's Breese Little Gallery

German Panel Says Medieval Treasure Should Not Be Returned to Heirs of Jewish Owners

Philadelphia Exhibit of 500 Years of Korea’s Joseon Dynasty Poses Questions About Insular Societies and Art

Wooing a New Generation of Museum Patrons: The Young Collectors

"Veronese: Magnificence in Renaissance Venice" Opens at the National Gallery in London

The Rise of Anti-Capitalism in America

Music Criticism Has Degenerated Into Lifestyle Reporting

The Art Index: The Dangers of Data Mining in the Art Market

Movie Director Speaks Out About Noah and the Ark, as ART

Book Review: "Noah" by Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel Review

Buddhist Art at Norton Simon is a Spring Pick for LA in 2014

Stumbling into Grace: Merging Two Selves Into One

Painting Inspires Dialogue Between Jews and Catholics in Poland

Dallas Museum of Art Shedding a Light on Islamic Art’s Great Treasure

Korean Buddhist Paintings Returning Home After Centuries-Long Absence

"From Temple to Home: Celebrating Ganesha" Opens at the British Museum in London

The Archdiocese of New York Gets Into the Off-Broadway Theater Scene