Showing posts from May, 2016

China's Zhang Xiaogang: ‘Painting is a Slow process'

Moroccan Artist Hassan Hajjaj Photographs His Rock Star Friends

Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art's "Hi-Fructose" Exhibit Travels Through 2018

Movie Review: ‘X-Men: Apocalypse,’ a Sequel 5,000 Years in the Making


Cincinnati Art Museum Presents Powerful African-American Artists in "30 Americans"

Mohannad Orabi's Most Recent Body of Work on View at Ayyam Gallery Beirut

The Morgan, Bejeweled With the Pastels of Lucas Samaras

Jerusalem 1000–1400 at Metropolitan Museum of Art

Indiana University Will Digitize Uffizi Gallery's Ancient Sculptures

Rembrandt’s First Masterwork on Display at the Morgan Library

High-Profile Departures at Paddle8 Following Merger With Auctionata

David Zwirner Is Selected to Display the Works of Josef Albers

19 Hoosiers Like Robert Indiana Featured at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

And Then There Is Using Whatever Happens: Quentin Morris’s ‘Untitled’

Ann Lannert is Evansville, Indiana's “Queen of Assemblage Art”

Early James Turrell Works Reveal a Master in the Making

Strong Jewish Women of the Bible by Ruth Schreiber

The Less You Know About ‘Preacher’ the Better. Just Watch It.


Role of Religion at the National Museum of African American History & Culture

Catholic League Targets Museum over Mark Ryden's 'Anti-Christian' Art

Le Nain Brothers’ Prescient Work at Kimbell Art Museum

Roots,’ Remade for a New Era

When Artists Take the Piss Out of Christ, It's Complicated

Iran’s Hard-Liners Crack Down on Models Not Wearing Head Scarves

A Collector’s-Eye View of the Auctions

Jewish Krakow: The Street Art of Kazimierz

Palestinian Museum Prepares to Open, Minus Exhibitions

Roman Catholic Church Laments Approval of Gay Unions in Italy

14 Works by Fernando Botero Offered at Auction, May 25-26, 2016

A&O Pastor's 10-Day Honeymoon Begins in Rome

How to Read a Hindi Love Story


Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran Breaks Traditions, One Penis at a Time

The Mogao Caves, the Subject of a New Exhibit at the Getty Center

Art Review: From Richard Serra, Steel Behemoths That Get Into Your Head

Indy Arts Forefather, Philip Campbell, Brings His Art to the Harrison Center

Buddhist Sculptures Discovered in Ruins of Ancient Shrine

Why We Need the Getty’s Multicultural Internship Program

Pentecostal Boldness by Alexander McQueen and Damien Hirst

Artist Behind Donald Trump Gravestone in Central Park Steps Forward

A Rebellious Artist’s Psychedelic Rugs

The Medici of Los Angeles -- The Collectors Eli and Edythe Broad


Victorian Spiritualist Artist Georgiana Houghton Gets UK Exhibition

St Peter's Seminary: A New Life for Scotland's Greatest Modernist Ruin

‘It is what it is.’ Dan Flavin’s iconic light fittings in the UK's Ikon Gallery

A UK Show About Delacroix’s Influence Is Sorely Missing His Work

Megachurches: Photographing America's Drab New Cathedrals