Showing posts from January, 2015

19th Annual Art & Soul Celebrates the "African" in Indiana Artists

Why Self-Censorship of Controversial Artwork is Wrong

Majority Says Publishing Anti-Islamic Cartoons Was ‘Okay,’ But About Half of Non-Whites Say ‘Not Okay’

San Francisco Street Artists Replace Anti-Islamic Ads With Muslim Super Hero

Muslim Cleric Declares Taking a Selfie is a Sin

Top Catholics and Evangelicals: Gay Marriage Worse Than Divorce or Cohabitation

Kehinde Wiley Puts a Classical Spin on His Contemporary Subjects

Tolerance for Hate Groups in Indiana?

Auschwitz Exhibit Opens This Weekend at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Saudi Artist Depicts Women Suffering Through Art

January Artist of Month: Tony Melendez (1938-2015)

Super Sikh Comics Need A Little Less Conversation, A Little More Action

Mormon Leaders Call for Measures Protecting Gay Rights

Hand-Cut Paper Icons by Carlo Fantin Unites Catholic Art + Social Media Culture

Respect' for Religion is Often Simply Tyranny Backed by Violence

Judaism Informs Tobi Kahn's Work, His Art Transcends Spiritual Motives

Indianapolis's Art & Soul Focuses on Creative Legacy of Africa

Art Institute of Chicago Receives Gift of Hundreds of Asian Artifacts

Secular Art vs. Religious Sex: "Adam & Eve" by Lucas Cranach the Elder

Bill Viola's 'The Dreamers' Under the Surface

Hindu Gods and Goddesses to Go on Display in Upstate New York

Auschwitz's Last Jewish Survivors Urge a Troubled Europe Not to Forget

India's Goa International Photography Festival to Inspire and Encourage Practitioners of the Art

A Look at Toronto’s New Aga Khan Museum of Islamic Art

Ben Uri Funded for 100th

Why This Image of a Black Demon Leading St. Francis Was Sort of a Good Thing

Security Threats Force London's V&A to Remove Prophet Muhammad Artwork

British Socialite Splits From Sikh Warrior, And Clings to Her Indian Dream

American Churches Embracing "Worship Arts"

Andrew Edlin Boosts Outsider Art Market Ahead of NYC's Outsider Art Fair

Arts Council of Indianapolis to Honor Traditional African Religion

Art World Flashbacks and Forecasts


Movie Review: ‘Mille Soleils,’ a Portrait of Senegal by Mati Diop

Photographer Regina DeLuise Documents Life In Bhutan

Theaster Gates, Artes Mundi Recipient, to Share Prize Money

A Monk’s Interests Captured on Camera

Fine Art: InterFaith Council Provides ‘Sacred Treasures' for Exhibit

For Poland's Auschwitz Museum, A Time of Great Change

Indiana Legislature to Take up Religious Freedom Bill

Caroline Bergvall’s African Immigrants, Lost at Sea

To Some in California, Founder of Church Missions Is Far From Saint

Henry Moore's "Stonehenge" Lithograph is Gifted by Cameron to Obama

Max Weber is One of the Most Influential Jewish Painters

Chile to (Finally) Build Gaudí’s Only Project Outside of Spain

Artist Satish Gupta Collaborating With Prime Minister Narendra Modi for an Artwork

How Should Artists be Paid? One Idea is to be Paid for Showing Work

Boushra Almutawakel and 11 Other Contemporary Artists Explore Identity, and War in Daily Life

Explore Religious Text in Contemporary Art at the Gershman Y in Philadelphia

A Vision of Vibrancy: Artist Anila Qayyum Agha

Modernism on a Religious Kick in the United Kingdom

U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Norton Simon's Nazi-Loot Appeal

African Art & Soul is Coming to Indianapolis on January 31st

Top Court Rules That Malaysian Catholics Can’t Use ‘Allah’ in Publications

Siona Benjamin to Join "The Bridge - Caravan" Exhibit in France

Israeli-born Orna Amrani's Judaica Available at Boca Raton Show

University of Toronto Library Hosts Rare Judaica Exhibit

Fifteen Hindu Artists Pay Respect to Their Favourite God Through Colours