Showing posts from January, 2016


David Bowie's Ashes to be Scattered in Bali in a Buddhist Ritual

Sundance: 'Birth of a Nation' Sets Record With $17.5M Sale to Fox Searchlight

Movie Review: Young African-American Muslims Share A Hidden Love In 'Naz & Maalik'

A New Look at a Van Eyck's “The Crucifixion” and “The Last Judgment”

Getty Museum Acquires ‘Danaë,’ a 17th-Century Work, at Sotheby’s

African Masks Warp in These Hand-Drawn GIFs

A Buddhist Deity Returns to Boston

Detroit Institute of Art Receives $5 Million, Renames Ancient Middle East Gallery

Art Review: Artist Toba Khedoori's New Work Whispers for a Closer Look

Thornton Dial, Pioneering Outsider Artist, Dies at 87

Collector Spotlight: Joan Juliet Buck

More Americans Are Drawn to Feeling Awe & Wonder

Pennsylvania Arts Center Hosts First Juried Exhibition, 'Framing Religion'

The Getty Museum Presents Traversing the Globe Through Illuminated Manuscripts

Antiques, Contemporary Art and More Takashi Murakami's Superflat Collection Unveiled

A Rare Meeting Between The Pope And Iran's Leader

An Art Powerhouse From North Korea

“Devan Shimoyama/Salomón Huerta”: Two Artist's Portraits of the Soul

Chinese Artist Song Yige Exhibition at London's Marlborough Fine Art

Victoria and Albert Museum Reveals Jameel Prize 4 Shortlist

Should Christians Get Tattoos?

Islamic Art Celebrated at the UK's Skipton's Craven Museum

Mandalas: A Stressbusting Art therapy

TV Review: On ‘Lucifer,’ a Fox Drama, the Devil Tries to Fit In

Ann Veronica Janssens Casts Strong Beams at Bortolami

French Movie About Jihadis Won’t Be Released in Theaters

Louvre to Start Restoring Another Leonardo Painting

Art & Soul 2016 at the Indianapolis Artsgarden


Book Review: "American Qur’an’ is an Old/New Masterpiece by Sandow Birk

The Fantasy Coffins of Ghana

Movie Review: To Be Young, Gay and Muslim in Bed-Stuy

Head of Russian Orthodox Church Blames Gays for Rise of ISIS

Art Institute of Chicago Presents "Supernatural Shakespeare" this Spring

Judaism: Parshat Beshalach: Life as art

‘Races of Mankind’ Sculptures, Long Exiled, Return to Display at Chicago’s Field Museum

What Is Art From Asia and the Pacific? In a Word, Diverse

Oldest Christian Monastery in Iraq Razed

Apocalypse Now: The Living Legacy of Bosch

At the Outsider Art Fair, the Creative Impulse Is in Its Raw Glory

New Book Features Judaic Work of Architect and Artist Kenneth Treister

The Asia Pacific Triennial Chooses the Margins as a Radical Space

Unequal Lives, Unequal Deaths

Lee Wen Wins Second Joseph Balestier Award for the Freedom of Art

Corita Kent's "Resurrection of the Spirit" at Galerie Allen, Paris

Collecting Spotlight: Outsider Artist Tony Melendez's "Saint Anthony"

Indianapolis "Art & Soul" Series Focuses on Journey of Faith to Freedom

Brooklyn-Based Artist Sara Erenthal Got Start as an Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Girl

Movie Review: ‘Egypt: Faith After the Pharaohs’ Review

Tantric Paintings And The World Of Outsider Art In India

University of Dayton Celebrates a Year of Mary

Crusader Bible Comes To Blanton Museum of Art

Ismaili Muslim women's art exhibit in Surrey celebrates diversity

The Cincinnati Art Museum Presents Sean Scully Etchings

Damien Hirst's "The Last Supper" Print at Auction on Paddle8

Muslim Boy’s Response to Blasphemy Charge Unnerves Many in Pakistan

A Name Game With the Old Masters