Showing posts from June, 2017

Analysis: Our churches can’t make up for Trump's proposed federal budget cuts

Collector Victoria Rogers at her Manhattan apartment.

American Visionary Art Museum's new one-man show puts spotlight Rev. Albert Lee Wagner

Transportive exhibition examines the sublime in Asia's religious art

Damien Hirst returns with art exploring mythology

San Francisco museums announce a major exhibition of artifacts from the ancient City of Teotihuacan

The Cleveland Museum of Art announces new acquisitions

Arkansas man smashes Ten Commandments monument

Rubens House presents David Bowie's "St. Catherine" by Tintoretto

Philadelphia Museum of Art announces recent acquisitions

Even in NYC, art gallery closures are growing for small and midsize dealers

NYC's Jewish Art Salon rockets to Teaneck

Jewish artist Yury Kharchenko, taking on dark side of Luther’s legacy

A 3-D digital scan throws a Buddha statue’s carvings into sharp relief


Art Review: From Cuba, a Stolen Myth

Scottish National Gallery opens "Beyond Caravaggio"

Film Review: At least the surreal religious allegory The Ornithologist is pretty to look at

Collector Lynn Nottage, is a playwright whose walls do talk

Oregon Jewish Museum Reopens With Colossal New Vision

Bill Viola breathes fresh life into the Renaissance

Call for sex book ban at temples lined with erotic art

New study: Beautiful churches and cathedrals an important force in bringing conversions

London's glory: tomorrow's stars revisit their roots – in pictures

Batik Quran fuses religion and tradition

Mandala maker handles life’s shifting sands with art and kung fu

CIVA promotes conversations between contemporary art and the church

On a day like today in 1859, Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859 - 1937) was born

Catholicism vs. Protestantism: When art came to the rescue of mystical love

Van rams worshippers leaving London mosque; Prime minister calls it a ‘sickening’ terrorist attack

Rijksmuseum exhibits the "Small Wonders" of the Dutch Middle Ages

Muslims rename mosque in honor of Mary, Mother of Jesus

Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros’ Amazing Art Donation


Giovanni da Rimini: A 14th-century masterpiece unveiled at the National Gallery

Collecting Madonnas, for feminism’s sake

A journey through James Turrell’s disorienting world at the newly expanded MASS MoCA

70th anniversary of Indian Independence celebrated with new exhibitions

Boundless: Altered Books in Contemporary Art at Hill-Stead Museum

Curators fighting prejudice through Islamic art in America

In speedy reversal, Southern Baptists denounce white nationalists

Collecting: Colin Harrison is mad about maps. So is his latest character.

Cape Town Art Fair highlights and call for entry 2018

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen displays more than 500 artworks in a new configuration

Sale of Russian icons from Zeiner-Henriksen’s collection sets world auction record

Reading President Erdogan’s ambitions in Turkey’s new mosques

Lucio Fontana’s psychedelic, ceramic crucifixes from 1948 to 1961.

Crocker Art Museum celebrates genre-bending art magazine's anniversary through show of contemporary art