Showing posts from April, 2017


Television: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ Season 1, Episode 2: Something Primal

Sacred communication inspired new mural by Nigerian American artist

Colossus 82-ton statue of Ramses II unveiled in Egypt after restoration

Chris Ofili - weaving magic, UK's National Gallery: 'An irresistible pagan altar to art'

Toronto art exhibit is window into experiences of Jewish and Muslim women

Arts, Culture, and Legacy of the Sikhs organized by the Asian Art Museum.

"When Art Disrupts Religion": An interview with Philip Salim Francis

Collectors: Brooke Shields, amid the Harings, learns the art of collecting

Ancient Buddhist art exhibit opens at Chinese Cultural Center in Seoul

A new kind of sacred space on campus

Shroud of Turin coins may finally have been identified

Wearing a hijab, a young Muslim boxer enters the ring

How Islamic is Cairo’s Museum of Islamic art?

Meet the holy "dancing clowns" of Mexico

Christie’s New York Old Master Paintings and Sculpture April 27

Review: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ creates a chilling man’s world

Marijuana on religious grounds? A Cannabis Church opens in Denver

Forget Netflix and chill. Try Pure Flix and pray.

How 'The Handmaid's Tale' became TV's most chilling Trump-era series

Alex Grey continues to work on visionary art temple

Meeting the Resurrected Christ in the art of the Counter-Reformation

Hidden Michelangelo Buonarroti drawing goes on display in Rome

Rubin collection on view in "Masterworks of Himalayan Art"


Holocaust Remembrance Month is a time to remember acts of genocide, past and present

NYT Editorial: The Supreme Court weighs the church-state division

Exhibition shuffles briskly and entertainingly through more than 100 years of spirituality in art

Henri Cartier-Bresson's "India in Full Frame" opens at Rubin Museum

Nico Mazza's massive hand-stitched embroideries show the Kardashians' "Last Supper"

Secrets of Buddhist Art continues at Nashville's Frist Center for the Visual Arts

At some museums, the art is now on the outside

Yitzchok Moully’s pop art enjoyed by all ages

Singaporean billionaire plans to build Asian art museum in Vancouver

What you can learn about Islam from the Dallas Museum of Art's new Keir Collection of Islamic Art

Marvel disciplines artist who sneaked anti-Christian & anti-Jewish messages Into X-Men

NYC's Children’s Museum ‘surprise blockbuster’: A show on Islam

Mark Wallinger’s Ecce Homo finds new home outside London's St Paul’s Cathedral

Op-Ed: Why America needs its ex-Protestants to go back to church

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’: A newly resonant dystopia comes to TV

In the wake of travel ban, NYC's Islamic Art Institution plans its first show

Broadway's "Amazing Grace’ is heading to the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC

The Met reunites Caravaggio's last two paintings in exhibition

Ancient sacred art resurrected in city of Jesus's birth

New Chicago art exhibit seeks to capture Catholic life in Middle Ages Europe

Artist creates Retablos using paint he made in Colorado