Showing posts from October, 2014

Seeing the Sistine Chapel in a New Light

Holy Cross Show Documents Italian Nativity Art

Carole P. Kunstadt's Revelations and Sacred Poem Series

Restored Cranach Altar Unveiled After 50 Year Wait

Photographers Amit & Naroop Capture Unique Ways Sikh Men Wear Their Beards and Turbans

An Artist's Self-Portrait of an Ex-Neturei Karta Member as a Young Woman

Apple's Tim Cook Disclosures That Being Gay is Among God's Greatest Gifts

Not All Medieval Sacred Art Was Anti-Semitic

Ehab Mamdouh’s Contemporary Portrayal of the Muslim Figure in Prayer

Nashville's Frist Center Surveys Religious Art of Renaissance Italy

#SAVFF Review: Paradise Garden: Howard Finster's Legacy

American Muslim Who Declared Support For ISIS Put Black Flag In Public Places

Jewish Torah to go on Display in Abu Dhabi Museum

Rembrandt: The Late Works Review – Dark, Impassioned, Magnificently Defiant

Jesus Arrives as a Gay Man of the Modern Day---in a New Book

Islam And Judaism On This Dinner Theatre Menu

When Art and Zionism Converged to Give Jewish Holidays New Meaning

Jon Voight, Greg Kinnear, Renee Zellweger Cast in Faith-Based Drama "Same Kind of Different As Me"

Chris Ofili's Blue Devils: Between Black Men and the Police

Metropolitan Museum of Art Exhibition to Celebrate 400th Anniversary of the Death of El Greco

$3.2 Million Upgrade for Rev. Levi Coffin's Underground Railroad Site Preserves Indiana's Freedom History

Meet 20 of the World's Most Innovative Art Collectors

“Chris Ofili: Night and Day” Exhibit at New Museum Proves Shocking, Thrilling

A Religious “War on Halloween”?

Methodist Pastor Who Performed Son's Gay Wedding Keeps Ordination

Nhat Tran's Urushi Process Lasts 1,000 Years

Kim Dong-Yoo's "Butterflies The Pope" Featured in Christie's Exhibition of Korean Modern and Contemporary Art

The Sleuk Rith Institute: Zaha Hadid's Soft Hymn to Genocide in Cambodia

Theatre Review: Engrossing Clash of Opposites in SpeakEasy’s ‘Bad Jews’

Caravaggio's Missing Mary Magdalene Found in Private Collection

Metropolitan Museum Spotlights Bartholomeus Spranger's 16th-Century Holy and Erotic Art

Same-Sex Marriage in Indiana Opens Door to Complications of Divorce

Flying Nuns of Africa

Negro? Prieto? Moreno? A Question of Identity for Black Mexicans

30 yrs After Sikh Riots, Play Paints its Horrors in Music, Poetry


"Creation Myth" by Tom Otterness at Marlborough Gallery

‘Forbidden Games’ at Cleveland Museum of Art Offers Feast for Eyes, Mind

A Burqa Across Australia – in Pictures

Hindus Welcome Lord Shiva Statue in Prestigious Louvre Abu Dhabi

The Jewish Beggars of Lakewood, New Jersey

‘Death of Klinghoffer’: Standing Ovations for Great Art or Anti-Jewish Pornography?

At Last, a Peek at Doris Duke's Amazing 'Arabian Nights' Palace

Takashi Murakami's Upcoming New York Show Foregrounds Faith in the Face of Disaster

'Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti' at the Field Museum Looks Beyond Myths and Manufactured Images

Former Churches Blessed With New Lives in Pittsburgh

Man Booked for Hiding Stolen Buddhist Treasures

At Forlorn Urban Churches, Mass Gets Crowded in a Flash

The Fleeting Stillness of Rachna Shukla’s Hindu Photography

ArtNet Auction's Takashi Murakami's "Flowers Blossoming in this World and the Land of Nirvana"

Hinduism's Diwali, Once Hidden, Now Lit Large

Museum of the Bible Aims For Timeless Name, Imagery

The Art of Slowing Down in a Museum

Poland's New Museum of the History of Polish Jews Will Intensify Debate About Identity

The Quiet, Quiet Signs of Rothko Chapel in Houston, Texas

Gay Couples Get Marriage Licenses in State of Wyoming

Kappari Kishan’s Muse is Lord Venkateswara for his Latest Works