Showing posts from April, 2015

Biblical Epics Are Not Documentaries

Shirin Neshat in Washington at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Hilarious posters mock "anti-Muslim" NYC subway ads

British Museum casts a keen eye on Islamic culture with plans for a new gallery

"Charlie Hebdo" cartoonist is bored drawing Muhammed

"Going Clear" is the film Scientologists don’t want you to see

The abstract spiritual reflections of Jaspreet Gujral

Bad news for "all" art patrons: The Museum of Biblical Art Is closing

US judge allows 'Muslims killing Jews' ads on buses

Closed Museum of Biblical Art will live on in upcoming exhibition

Has the Bible gone from hot to not in the art world?

NBC's "AD The Bible Continues" doesn't go "full Thomas Kinkade"

1,000 years of religious history—gone in 60 seconds

NYC's Museum of Biblical Art to close on a high note of appreciation

US Supreme Court justices appear cautious, divided on same-sex marriage

UICA shows us how to take art collecting to the next level

For $38, purchase your own digital copy of Yinka Shonibare's "The Last Supper Exploded"

Artist Andi Arnovitz tackles Iran, IS and the plunder of Islamic culture

Poll shows growing religious support for same-sex marriage

It's not gay marriage vs. the church matter what extremists say

Nepal's religious treasures: Before and after the earthquake

How the religious right is conspiring to put discrimination back into law

Holy monkeys' by Latvian artist garners attention of art buyers and critics

The Ladies of Litchfield are back on a new poster for "Orange Is the New Black"

Indiana pastors to protest change in 'religious freedom' law

Ellis Island Museum to Update the Story of Immigration in America

Indiana is slient on gay marriage case before U.S. Supreme Court


Sikh religion founder film screenings cancelled

Movie Review: ‘Body and Soul,’ a Documentary, Looks at Jews’ Ties to the Land of Israel

Movie Review: ‘Little Boy’ is a Fable About Faith Versus Magical Thinking

Movie Review: In ‘The Water Diviner,’ Russell Crowe Revisits Gallipoli

Movie Review: ‘The Age of Adaline’ Coasts Through the Decades

Mysterious Shroud of Turin Is On View for First Time in Five Years

Online Art Buying Rises in New Market Report

India, Seeking a Boost, Plans to Put Its ‘Idle Gold’ to Work

South Carolina's McLeod Plantation Museum Tells the Story of the South

Los Angeles Temple Chooses Koolhaas for a Grand Expansion

Jason Rulnick On Why Collecting Art is an Emotional and Spiritual Journey

Indiana's Center for Interfaith Hosts "Art — A Bridge Between Cultures"

Op-Ed: Muslims and Jews on the Seine

Our digital fragmentation: "Shatter Rupture Break" at The Art Institute of Chicago

Keith Haring's "The Life of Christ" at St. John the Divine is one of NYC's "Top 10 Art Secrets"

The wonders of Islamic architecture

Art Institute of Chicago receives largest donation in its history, worth $500 million

Bode Museum’s: “The Lost Museum: The Berlin Sculpture and Paintings Collections 70 Years After WW II”

Ancient Greeks had no word for blue; or how colors are culturally constructed

From Yayoi Kusama to Ai Weiwei: Discover contemporary Asian art on Artnet

Siona Benjamin's reimagined "Snow White" in new book of the Grimms fairytales

A new book attempts to reconstruct Steve Jobs, one of the world’s most celebrated inventors

On going Episcopal: Is traditional worship the future that most frightens conservatives?

Registration now open for racial equity in philanthropy forum

Chicago's Art Institute finds common ground in religious prints

Chicago's Archbishop Cardinal Francis George died last Friday

Sacred and profane, Indian culture delights in dualisms

Heavens above! The future of religious architecture – in pictures

ArtPrize Public Talk with Anila Quayyum Agha at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

Director reveals plot for Star Wars film Rogue One (+trailer)

Buddhist sect leader wanted in China, gains followers in Pasadena, California