Showing posts from October, 2015

Movie Review: In ‘The Intern,’ Hathaway’s the boss, but De Niro’s the star

An illustrated guide to the 613 Jewish commandments

Are the Hobby Lobby owners illegally importing religious artifacts from Iraq?

Meriem Bennani's absurdist hijabs have caputured the artworld's attention

Sales of newly cast Rodin bronzes help finance the Rodin Museum

Collector Dan Desmond of Morgan Stanley focuses on artists of his generation

$5,000 seems to be the current ceiling for online art collecting

Do I have to bake gays a cake? Indiana hosts forum on religious liberty

Artsy's "new" collector’s guide to buying art at auction

Sting to sell more than 200 works from his art collection

Philanthropy University teaches leaders to be better philanthropists

LA's Dia de los Muertos Festival at Hollywood Forever Cemetery by Bernard Gordillo

The Last Supper, and other menus of the past now at the Getty Museum

At the Museum of Sex, God's animals are as nuanced as people

Outsider Thornton Dial's works on paper at Manhattan's Boesky Gallery

Buddha statue, circa 9th century Korea, found

Former refugee camp is home fo secular art exhibition on religion

Walmart withdraws hooked nose ‘Sheik Fagin’ from Halloween store

Singapore museum to return stolen Hindu bronze sculpture to India

Is 'offensive' art unethical? Ethics and Religion Talk

James Turrell debuts new work at Kayne Griffin Corcoran in LA

The Tower of David presents "Jerusalem Passages" through November 5th

The Divine, one’s belief in a God, is on exhibit in downtown Jersey City

Siona Benjamin's "blue" takes her nowhere and everywhere at the same time

Big art collectors look to Delaware to save thousands on sales taxes

The perfect Renaissance painter Andrea del Sarto at both the Met and Frick

Homeless Jesus' sculptor Timothy Schmalz on controversy and compassion

“Art Brut in America: The Incursions of Jean Dubuffet” remains on view at the American Folk Art Museum

'Tell Me the Stories of Jesus': 10th International Art Exhibit opens in Utah

New book challenges the three sacred cows in the study of LGBT religion

Ken doll stands in as martyred Jesus, Barbie as Virgin Mary

Final 8 for A&O Religious Art of the Year - Subscribe by 5pm to vote for #AOPrize


Vatican summit opens door 1/2 way for divorced, punts on welcome to gays

Movie Review: "Steve Jobs" the imperfect film that demands a viewing

The holy-book bomb: is this the most offensive artwork ever?

James Turrell disowns Drake video that rips off his artwork

Hinduism's ten-armed goddess Durga returns home to Kolkata, India

Unesco Resolution criticizes Israel over handling of holy sites

Theatre Review: "Water by the Spoonful" at Indy Fringe

Carlos Vega celebrates time when Abrahamic religions coexisted peacefully

42 international artists explore issues of religion and politics in Ohio exhibit

Mormons say duty to uphold the law on gay marriage trumps faith

Majnu Ka Tila uses Hindu mythology to explore ecological concerns in India

Sue de Beer’s video plays with themes of Islamic orientalism

New York says farewell to the building that once housed the Museum of Biblical Art

125-feet-tall Buddha statue rises in India, the home of Buddhism

'Music of the Book' tunes in Sarajevo Haggadah

Join the movement that backs Cathedral-in-the-Clouds, a Kickstarter digital art project

Museum directors step forward to save art from Islamic State

Controversial religious Barbie doll exhibition opens in Buenos Aires

At Valentino, Gucci and Etro, designers delight in the look of Islamic motifs

William Kentridge gives major collection to George Eastman Museum

Theatre where the characters are Orthodox but the themes are universal

Secular millenials are heading the call to attend Divinity School

Bulgaria's Oscar entry premieres at Indiana's Heartland Film Festival

Ann Krasner joins UCLA Hillel's 'Jewish Visionaries in the Arts' exhibit

"Let them eat pork" or starve, that's what the French want to tell school children

Fundamentalists Christians beat teens until one dies, but the survivor to testify

A religious booth is one of the bizarre dealer booths at Frieze Masters

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ trailer: A first look during Monday Night Football