Showing posts from February, 2017

America's Christian Holiday - Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday 2017

An Iraqi-born artist who speaks through arcs of calligraphy

Tears or laughter? For this play’s poster, it’s your call

Nude Christ by Michelangelo, Long forgotten, will be shown in London


Movie Review: An anti-Semite learns of his Jewish roots in ‘Keep Quiet

A newly discovered photograph of young Harriet Tubman heads to auction

Calmer New York living through minimalist art

Jewish exhibit explores Israeli artists’ complex relationship with Jesus

Vatican launches new YouTube channel for Christian art

Exhibition at Sotheby's S/2 features 9 women spanning 4 continents and over 100 years of creativity

Fear from within: dead-eyed dolls by Japanese artist reveal human inner darkness

Muslim culture comes to the fore at Museum of the City of New York

Exhibition celebrating religious diversity at UK Cathedral vandalized

Raymond Pettibon brings a raw, aggressive visual voice to his works, and clearly knows how to draw when he needs to

Raymond Pettibon at New Museum, wielding an art mightier than the sword


Art and sand mandala ritual at the Frist in Tennessee

Art star Anish Kapoor wins $1m Jewish prize

MoMA protests Trump entry ban by rehanging work by artists from Muslim nations

Parmigianino's 16th century masterpiece at risk of leaving the United Kingdom

Hebrew University Archaeologists find 12th Dead Sea Scrolls cave

Show Us Your Wall: Love a piece of art? Grab it while you can

Artist fights street harassment through photos depicting Goddesses

Paolo Sorrentino explains The Young Pope’s opening credits

What exactly is the 'Islamic' world?

Trump administration has draft of Indiana-like RFRA executive order

UNC Alumnus art piece initiates conversation about the sanctity of religious images

New Smithsonian museum features stories of African-American faith

Catholic Church beatifies first Japanese samurai warlord

The Ringling presents "A Feast for the Senses: Art and Experience in Medieval Europe"

White supremacist flyers found on Indiana University campus

Alexandre Cabanel's Le Paradis Perdu, (Paradise Lost) is now in the collection of the Musée d'Orsay

Selling art for Israeli soldiers


Why the Vatican thinks priests should learn about art, beauty

When Trump, Putin, Kim Jong-un turned Gods at India Art Fair

Esther’s Jewish quilts tell a startling, uncomfortable story

The erotic art of "Tudal" in Hindu Temples

Norman Rockwell’s ‘Four Freedoms’ paintings to go on tour

On Bernard Lumpkin’s visual conversation about his roots

Indianapolis Community leaders, citizens react to ‘Muslim ban’

Curator of Dallas Museum of Art’s Islamic art exhibit believes strongly in Declaration of Independence

82% of Americans don’t know who painted “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” study says

Tom Torleumke's "Snow Day" offered to support Waterkeeper Alliance