Showing posts from September, 2017

Movie Review: No right way to keep the faith in ‘The Good Catholic’

Pre-Bengal School art shows the meeting of Western and Indian traditions

Collectors Ellen & Jerome's Stern's chase for art, comes to a long goodbye

Olivia Munroe’s art goes mystic

New York hosts Turkish carpetbag exhibition

Divine Ammunition by artist Al Farrow on display in Wyoming

Collector Mel Ziegler’s home is alive in stone

Michigan artist's voice of ‘Songs of Praise & Peace’ in new exhibition

Shoshannan Brombacher brings a Golem to New York City

Rubin Museum's sacred spaces exhibition to feature contemporary works on pilgrimage

Kentucky artist crucifies "The Lamb of MAGA" in Grand Rapids exhibition

In pictures: Goddess Durga is loved, not feared by Bengalis

Alpha Omega Arts predicts tonight's Top 20 for ArtPrize Nine

East meets west in srt at Viacom’s vibrant exhibit by Ogulcan Kush

#ArtPrize9 sculpture highlights Flint water crisis, racism

Takashi Murakami retrospective at the MCA Chicago charts the many strands of his painting practice


New York’s Oscar Wilde Temple makes a saint out of an LGBTQ icon

#Artprize artist Deborah Rockman challenges Christian beliefs about inequity and injustice across the globe

Dr Gopals paintings explores spiritual thoughts of Hinduism

Movie Review: Jennifer Lawrence's 'mother!' births an insane piece of audacious art

Charles White—Leonardo da Vinci. Curated by David Hammons at MoMA

An exhibition at Alhamra Art Gallery Lahore shows works across mediums of ten artists

#ArtPrize features DaVinci's "Last Supper" in American comic book style

New Haitian art exhibit opens Saturday at Figge Art Museum

#Artprize work explores the temptation of “Adam and Eve" but in New York

Visions of Ottoman Jewry: The art of Nicholas Stavroulakis in New York

Museum exhibit: ‘The Seventh Day: Revisiting Shabbat’

Crayola’s miraculous new superblue crayon is named #Bluetiful

Monroe Community Church hosts "The Next Supper" by William Fritsch during #ArtPrize2017

Late King Bhumibol Adulyade's favorite music but for the eyes

Joyce Kozloff's echoes of Islamic art

Sneak peek inside Meijer Gardens’ #ArtPrize Nine exhibition

"Handmaid's Tale" rides politcal wave win Emmy for Best Drama this year

Cake is his 'art.' So this Colorado baker can discriminate agaonst Gay couples

Manu Parekh: ‘Indian artists need to work closer to their roots’

A collector's picturesque retreat in a tiny town in Puglia, Italy


Shirin Neshat and El Anatsui among Praemium Imperiale winners

Secular temple devoted to gay icon Oscar Wilde in NY church

Collector Linda Fairstein looks crime in the face and smiles

Judas miniseries explores the aftermath of history's greatest blasphemer

From Indiana prison to NYU Ph.D.: The redemption and rejection of Michelle Jones

Valadezza's work at Circle South highlights myth and immigration realities

Etikoppaka miniature artist eyes world record

Michael Cook at Melbourne Festival and The Manger Gallery

Artist Mideo Cruz explains idea behind his ‘LordDigs’ print

Snapshots of the 18th century, at the Minneapolis Institute of Art