Showing posts from December, 2016

Menorahs: Let there be lights

Am I a Christian, Pastor Timothy Keller?

With "Silence," filmmaker Martin Scorsese preaches morality without being over-religious

Dylan Egon’s collages mix symbols, ideals of Western culture

"Jesus in Israeli Art" on view at the Israel Museum

Why stained glass works in sacred and secular spaces [photos]

When Mughal rulers borrowed from Christianity to produce exquisite art works

Islamic calligraphy in Turkey, deep-rooted history

At NYC's Jewish Museum, Hanukkah menorahs are more than ceremonial

The Year in Religious Art: 2016

Tibet sets standards for Thangka paintings

Collector Spotlight: Disney-Britton passion for Anila Quayyum Agha


Movie Review: Lots of plastic in the face of ‘Collateral Beauty’

‘Merry Christmas’ or ‘Happy Holidays’? What these preferences reveal

China lobs a blockbuster-hopeful to the USA with ‘The Great Wall’

Rio’s iconic Christ the Redeemer statue to get a facelift

Jonathan Jones :Look closer at nativity paintings – and see visions of apocalypse

Artists marked the decline of the West when they stopped putting halos on Jesus

See Artnet's top 10 art discoveries of 2016

Marian Goodman, art’s quiet matriarch, hopes the market cooperates

Take a peek inside Ivanka Trump’s art collection

‘Word and Image’ and ‘Martin Luther’ Reviews: Genuflecting to the Reformation

Pete Wentz's D.I.Y.-inspired art collection

DC exhibition shines light on Qur’ans as collector's objects

Collector Ramesh Malhotra opens spirituality museum in Cincinnati

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston displays newly conserved altarpiece by Benjamin West

Indiana museum plans to move 'LOVE' sculpture indoors

NYC art dealer accused of selling stolen Hindu artifacts

Pope Francis names first female to head Vatican Museums

Pope sends condolences as Germany mourns Christmas market attack

Pope in Christmas speech blasts Vatican resistance to reform

History, politics, and the art of Islam are explored in an illuminating exhibition.

Metropolitan Museum of Art opens first retrospective exhibition devoted to the Indian artist Y. G. Srimati

Calling religious art collectors into spotlight

How to become an art collector: the four people you need to know about

British court denies bid for ‘Star Wars’ religious freedom

A rabbi's thoughts on Chagall’s ‘White Crucifixion’

A master work, the Ghent Altarpiece, reawakens stroke by stroke in Brussels

Pennsylvania-based painter finds love, beauty, humility in classical figurative art

Queer Nativity scenes show love makes a family

Marc Chagall headlines Sotheby's Israeli & international art auction

Collector Profile: Domenico and Eleanore De Sole combine eras and genres

At Able Baker gallery in Maine, a show on spirituality feels disjointed, but that’s not all bad


28 sacred spaces that capture the stunning beauty of religious architecture

The commercial and critical rise of the Caravaggisti

Discover what 3 classic paintings secretly say about the meaning of Christmas

Imagining white gods: colourism in Hindu calendar art

Joyce Pensato's passion for ambient muck

When Russian art blurs the lines between religion and fetishism

Saudia Arabia hosts Maïmouna Guerresi's "Sparrowhawk" art exhibition