Showing posts from July, 2016


Things Unseen: Vision, Belief, and Experience in Illuminated Manuscripts

Bowes Museum Acquires "St Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child" by Dieric Bouts the Elder

Coloring Books and New Works by Chicago Artist Daniel Mitsui

Iranian Posters Exhibit Offers a Glimpse of Visual Language

Walter McConnell's Buddhist Work Featured at Smithsonian Gallery Exhibition

Legendary Hindu Modernist SH Raza Is Dead at 94

Bill Viola to Unveil New Video Installation at London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral

Artist’s Burka Sculpture Vandalized by Angry Brexiter in London

What You Collect: The Ordinary and the Odd

The Great Art Cover-Up: Renaissance Nudity Still Has Power to Shock

Unveiled: Adam And Eve Naked Again After Centuries-Old Cover-Up

David Bowie: The Man Who Bought the Art World

The Keeper’ Reveals the Passion for Collecting

Why Hitler and Hermann Göring Went To War Over The Ghent Altarpiece

In Their Own Words-Interview with Artist Itshak Holtz

Doug Birkenheuer: Capturing Light. Illuminating Life in Chicago


Chiwetel Ejiofor to Play Peter the Apostle in ‘Mary Magdalene’

Leading Asia: Sotheby's Asia 2016 Half Year Sales Achieve $461.5 Million, up 22%

Gond Art is as Contemporary as Any Other: Venkat Raman Singh Shyam

French Public Take 'Sunday Painter' Henri Rousseau to Their Hearts

World's First Exhibition on the History and Spread of Christian Art in Asia

Tom Torluemke Book Release & New Show in Chicago on August 26

Kehinde Wiley's Bold, Provocative Art in Richmond, VA

David Bowie’s Other Alter Ego: The Art Collector

Hieronymus Bosch, Touched by the Devil: Movie Has US Premiere at Film Forum

Object Lessons From 24 Collectors at the New Museum

City of Leuven and M Buy Rare Early Stained-Glass Window by Jan de Caumont

Fernando Botero’s Own Collection of Fantastical Figures at Rotterdam

Muslim Group Distributes Islamophobia Medicine at RNC Convention

Collector of Women Artists Brings Contemporary Art to UK Museum

Australia's $25,000 Religious Art Prize in the Basket

America's Quest for Artistic Identity, Featuring Seminal Works by Hopper, Douglas, and Wood


Op-Ed: Noah's Ark Theme Park is Impressive, But Its ‘Facts’ Don’t Hold Water

Getty Museum Opens Exhibition of Illuminated Manuscripts

Collecting Street Art: Have Room on Your Wall for a Wall?

Replicas Illuminate Remote Buddhist Art Treasures From China

‘Divine Pleasures’ Celebrates the Colors of Desire in Indian Paintings

Jewish Photographer Raising Awareness of AIDS in America

Kentucky Public Schools Warned About Taking Field Trips to Noah’s Ark Park

Exhibition of New Paintings and Sculpture by Raqib Shaw Opens in London at White Cube

Dürer and R. Crumb United in Seattle Exhibition Devoted to the Graphic Arts

The Hyde Collection Presents "Dürer & Rembrandt: Master Prints"

How Artists Responded to AIDS at Bronx Museum of Arts

How the Father and the Son Were Depicted in Early Christian Art

Queer Muslim Artist Talks Representation And Ramadan

Decorative Art From the Home of Artist Claudio Bravo For Auction