Showing posts from November, 2016

Details on the Vatican’s 2016 Christmas tree and Nativity scene

Italian Montrealers oppose removing storied artist’s name from park

Martin Scorsese meets pope as film on Jesuits screens in Rome

CBS to air Interfaith Special "Religion, Art & Cultural Heritage on Sun., Dec. 4

Why do religious extremists attack art?

Arts Hot Ticket: 31st annual 'Spiritual & Religious Art of Utah' showcases spiritual perspectives

The San Diego Museum of Art acquires Spanish Baroque masterpiece

Pop-art movement's superstar was a Cathoic Nun

Why stained glass works in sacred and secular spaces

Leonardo da Vinci's depiction of Christ at center of international dispute between collector, art dealder, and auction house

"Art for Concern" a fundraiser to protect and preserve indigenous Hindu art

Divination, geomancy, and the supernatural in Islamic art

Dark obsessions of the world's most extreme collectors

Traveling to Israel through art in New York City

The absence of Calvinist morality in the drawings of Cecily Brown'

Trump’s Education Secretary helped found Michigan's ArtPrize

Animal magic: it's story time with Barnaby Barford's menagerie


Movie Review: ‘Moana,’ Brave princess on a voyage with a chicken

Art & Design: The spirituality of Jannis Kounellis

In Martin Scorsese's new film, “Silence,” he returns to "faith"

How Zeng Fanzhi became China’s hottest artist since "The Last Supper"

Nilbar Güreş's "Double-headed Snake" at Rampa Istanbul

Dia al-Azzawi painting the Arab world, from afar

Claremount School of Theology professor shares his passion in art show

Shirin Neshat is among 2016 United States Artists Fellows

Otherworldly art by Dana Barnes, created in a 19th-century synagogue

CoverGirl signs its first ambassador observant Muslim in a hijab

Bruce Herman’s unconventional path to success as a Christian artist

Carole P. Kunstadt's "Sacred Poems" at Wired Gallery this Saturday, November 26

Southern & Jewish fiber art in America

Indigenous artist Alex Janvier's work on display at Canada's National Gallery

Trump Foundation admits to violating ban on ‘self-dealing,’ new filing to IRS shows

David Hockney to design church window honoring the Queen in Westminster Abbey

Faig Ahmed's glitch art rugs weave technology into tradition

Fabio D’Aroma and other artists to watch for #Thanksgiving

Artful living with Makoto Fujimura at Museum of Biblical Art

UK artist reframes Islam through her working class roots

A step in the right direction for the display of Native American art

Touchdown Jesus & the nation’s largest college library

Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips take different paths to ‘Sold!’

Op-Ed: David Brooks "The danger of a dominant identity"

Makoto Fujimura awarded 2016 Aldersgate Prize for “Silence and Beauty”

Art Review: Martin Luther broke Europe in two, and Albrecht Dürer painted it back together

Op-Ed: Ross Douthat's "The Crisis for Liberalism"

Delicate Bond of Steel is ongoing at Chatterjee & Lal till 24.

Alpha Omega Art’s names two Lutheran pastors as new board members

Take a peek inside Gwyneth Paltrow’s eclectic art collection

Minnesota hosts Lucas Cranach the Elder's visual vocabulary for the Christian path

The vandals of Isis: Nimrud warns us of a unique barbarism

Art Review: ‘The Art of the Qur’an,’ a rare peek at Islam’s holy text

Alain Delon’s menagerie of sculptures by Rembrandt Bugatti

Destroyed by Taliban nine years ago, iconic “Jahanabad Buddha” is reborn