Showing posts from October, 2016

D.C. is hosting the first major exhibition of Qurans in the U.S.

The sublime and the divine: Ashmolean exhibition explores Islamic divinatory art


Theatre Review: In ‘The Harvest,’ a Crisis of Feeling for Young Evangelicals

Movie Review: In Nate Parker’s ‘The Birth of a Nation,’ Must-See and Won’t-See Collide

The Art of the Qur’an – landmark exhibit shows holy book as text and work of art

Hanukkah at the Jewish Museum, New York

Denver's Holy Moly-Religious Commentary in Contemporary Art

Newly reinstalled galleries showcase Newark Museum's holdings of Native American art

A mass of tangled red yarn unravels to overtake a Brazilian chapel

State of the art: A Q&A with the Smithsonian's new religion curator

A Surreal rendering of Christian salvation

James Ensor's carnival of grotesques crackles like a twisted fairy-tale – review

ArtNet's Daily Pic: Andy Warhol’s Christ as a 90-pound weakling?

Smithsonian's Sackler Gallery presents first major United States exhibition of Qur'ans

Spiritual Revival: Marnie Weber Casts a Perverse Spell

Flemish 'Mystic Lamb' masterpiece restored after chaotic past

Outsider Art Fair Returns to Paris Focusing on the Spiritual


Baby Jesus Statue in Canada Turns Heads With Artist's 'Shocking' Restoration

Artist Duo McDermott & McGough’s Show Critiques Sexual Oppression

Rome ‘decorum cops’ remove mural showing Pope Francis as graffiti artist

Works by Shoshannah Brombacher Now at Brooklyn Jewish Gallery at CKI

For Confucius and His Descendants, a Cultural Comeback

Book Review: David Salle’s ‘How to See,’ a Painter’s Guide to Looking at and Discussing Art

Art & Design: An Updated Uffizi Is Unveiled

Anila Quayyum Agha Takes Manhattan Walking in Her Mother's Shadow

The Wheaton Professor Wore a Hijab in Solidarity — Then Lost Her Job

Art & Design: Insiders Dish on the Art Market

A Museum’s Seal of Approval Can Add to Art’s Value


Photographs of Women's Tortured Lives in Churches and Museum of Contemporary Religious Art

‘Valentin de Boulogne,’ Bright Star in Caravaggio’s Orbit

Reimaginging the Divine Art of Asia at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Cecily Brown’s Repeated Images Tell a Story About Drawing

The Secrets Behind Sargent’s Intimate Portrait of a Jewish Family

Maíno's Adorations: Heaven on Earth on view at UK's National Gallery

Prado Museum Presents Different Depictions of the Immaculate Conception

Getty Museum Explores the Curious Blend of Science and Spirituality Known as Alchemy

Run to See Agnes Martin at the Guggenheim, Then Stay a While

Review: Caravaggio's Imitators Pale Beside the Painter's Irresistable Genius

Utah’s Top Mormons in ‘All-Out Revolt’ Against Donald Trump

The Joy of Reading Between Agnes Martin’s Lines


Orlando Furioso’s Imaginative Universe 500 Years Later

Devan Shimoyama helps explore impact of guns at Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art

Expressionist Religious Artists Responds to Troubled Times

New Christian Drawings by Chicago Artist Daniel Mitsui

Corita Kent: Spiritual Pop at Portland Art Museum

African-American Christian Art Offered at Swann Auction Gallery