Showing posts from August, 2016

Handwriting is Going Out of Fashion, But Let's at Least Remember How to Draw

See Wes Lang's New Paintings from a Just-Opened Show in Copenhagen

Getty to Acquire "Virgin with Child, St. John the Baptist, and Mary Magdalene" by Parmigianino

Can the Old Masters Be Relevant Again?

Anya Hindmarch Curates Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Auction

Meet Wes Lang: Kanye Collaborator, Taste God, and World's Most Badass Artist


Nepal Celebrates Hindu Sacred Thread Festival – in Pictures

A Freed Muslim Slave, Takes His Place at National Portrait Gallery

Vancouver artist Carolina de la Cajiga Featured in Contemporary Islamic Art Exhibit

Temples Inside Caves Are What Remains of an Ancient Buddhist Society

An Obsessive Collector Who’s Drawn Royalty to Brooklyn

Jewish Zine Seeking Submissions for High Holidays

U.S. Adds Hindu Stamp to Collection of Religious Holidays Including Christmas, Hanukkah and Eid

Monkey Tales at UK's Ashmolean Museum

Jean-Michel Othoniel Showcases The Treasures of Saint Pierre Cathedral

Rijksmuseum Hosts Lucas Van Leyden's Masterpiece "The Last Judgement "

Kunsthalle Bremen Acquires Major Copperplate Engraving by Albrecht Dürer

ACLU Uses Indiana's Religious Freedom Law to Sue Jail on Behalf of Muslim Inmate

The Morgan Library & Museum Adds Exceptional Religious Art to its Collections

Megachurch Buys Jehovah Witnesses Temple to Open Downtown Indianapolis Location

Tom Torluemke's "A Little More Suffering From The Hand Of God"

Christie’s Art Sale Includes Religious Works of Europe and America


Be Still & Know: The Underground Railroad as Moral Compass

'Kubo and the Two Strings': A Movie Inspired by Shinto and Buddhist Traditions

Third Coming of 'Ben-Hur' Brings a Powerful Message to Theaters

Ashmolean Museum Show on the Supernatural in Islamic Art

Surfaces Seen and Unseen: African Art at Princeton University

2017 Frist Center Exhibition Schedule Features Buddhist Art

Introducing Romero Britto

Restoration: Francisco De Zurbarán’s Saint Serapion

Papuan Tribe Preserves Ancient Rite of Mummification

Princeton University's Art Museum to Exhibit Hindu Gods

The Perilous Lure of the Underground Railroad

World's Largest William Blake Gallery to Open in San Francisco


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

The History Behind Rio’s Massive Christ Statue

As the Dead Sea Dries Out, an Artist Immortalizes It

The Colorful Combination of Christian Power and Art in Japan

Calligrapher Creates Ethiopian Version of Islamic Art

2017 Frist Center Exhibition Schedule Features Buddhist Art

Celebrate the Beauty And Liveliness of Della Robbia Sculptures in Boston

Caravaggio's Greatest French Follower, Valentin de Boulogne (1591-1632) Gets Solo Show at Met Museum

500-Year-Old Albrecht Dürer Engraving Found in French Flea Market

10,000 Buddhas: A Labour of Love is Complete at a Calgary Monastery


Buddhist Art: Adult Coloring Books Serving Niche Groups

Hasidic and Kabbalistic Story Inspires Artist Sigalit Landau’s Salt Crystal Gown