Showing posts from December, 2014

Pope Francis vs. The Vatican: The Biggest Religion Story Continues in 2015

Timbuktu Manuscripts Rescued From Jihadist Destruction Go on View

Antoni Gaudí's Sacred Masterpiece Mired in Its Creator’s Vision

A Shaker Village Finds Enterprise Is Not So Simple

Jewish painter, Yoram Raanan's "Jacob Blesses His Sons on His Deathbed"

Christian Converts to Retain Hindu Names

‘Slaughter The Jews’ Amulet Stolen From Controversial College Art Exhibition

Exodus: Gods and Kings Banned in the UAE Over 'Religious Inaccuracies'

US Yazidi Activist, NYC Pastor Describe 'Genocidal' Atrocities Committed by ISIS in Iraq

Poverty Lines: Where Are The Poor in Art Today?

Censorship and Courage: Looking Back at Africa's Most Controversial Art

Bartholomeus Spranger, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Medieval Religious Art Finds Growing Niche Market of Collectors

Lee Lee-Nam Lets the Digital Light of Christ Shine in New Exhibition

Movie Review: ‘Unbroken,’ Directed by Angelina Jolie

Two Thousand Years Ago, Buddhist Not Christian Art Was Our Guiding Light

The Eternal Power of Religious Art at Christian Churches

Arizona Hindu Activist Outraged by Artwork by NYC Hindu Artist

J Street Founder’s 3 Wishes for 2015: More Art, Empathy, Re-Committment

Exodus: Gods and Kings is Banned in Egypt and Morocco Due to ”Historical Inaccuracies”


Religious Freedom Bill Coming to Indiana

La Salle University Art Museum Showcases Hindu Miniature Paintings

Book Review Podcast: Disappearing Religions

Art Review: ‘Warriors and Mothers: Epic Mbembe Art’ at the Metropolitan Museum

Bringing MoMA’s Matisse Show to Movie Theaters

New Book Explores the Jewish Brush on Indian Art

‘The Norton Anthology of World Religions: Volume II’

American Churches Shifting Views on Homosexuals as Ordained Ministers


Taliban Besiege Pakistan School, Leaving 145 Dead

Chitra Ganesh's 60-foot Mural of Hindu Goddess Celebrates Femininity

Porcelain "Forbidden Fruit" by Chris Antemann at the Portland Art Museum

El Greco's 'The Holy Family With Saint Mary Magdalen' on View at the Portland Art Museum

"Sainte Sebastienne" by Louise Bourgeois at Artnet Auctions

Artist Richard Lewer Wins $25,000 Blake Prize for Religious Art as Future of Award in Doubt

El Greco Anniversary Celebrated at National Gallery of Art With Rare Loans From Washington Area

Art Institute of Chicago Launches Online Scholarly Catalogue for James Ensor Exhibition

The Getty Museum Celebrates the Gift of Giving With New Exhibition

The Jewish Festival of Lights at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

What Does The Black Standard Flag Carried by ISIS Supporters And Jihadists Mean?

Faceless Doll of Little Girl Meets Strict Islamic Law

Proponents of Kentucky's Noah's Ark Project Launch Billboard Campaign

Politics of Mediocrity Threaten Blake Religious Art Prize

Explore the Highlights of the POLIN Museum

In Spain, A Town, if Not a Religious Painting "Ecce Home," Is Restored

Richard Lewer Wins Australia's 2014 Blake Prize for Religious Art

100th Day of Chiang Rai’s Thawan Duchanee Death Marked by Religious Ceremony

For Bühler-Rose, a Boston Gallery is a Hindu Temple at Carroll and Sons

The Art of Icon Painting in Maine

Bill Viola at the Adelaide Festival: the King of Video Art

Movie Review: "Exodus: Gods and Men" is as 'Preposterous as it is Impressive'


3 Religious Hurdles Ridley Scott’s ‘Exodus’ Must Overcome