Showing posts from November, 2017

‘Encountering the Buddha’ at Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Synagogue’s mix of arts and religion helps shape Jewish life in Wash., DC

Far from the Museum of the Bible, these artists use the Good Book as their medium

With chalk sketches, the Met captures the making of Michelangelo

What Christian Artifacts of the Middle East Can Show Us About Tolerance

Regrets, they’ve had a few: Top 200 collectors reflect on the ones that got away

Kehinde Wiley on painting the powerless. and a president.

In the company of Gods: Architect Kuldip Singh and his collection of Thanjavur paintings

BYU grad's Buddhist-inspired exhibit includes 12-foot-long kaleidoscope

Video artist Ruth Schreiber selected for Balfour 100 exhibit

Caravaggio: Masterpieces from the Galleria Borghese


Chris von Christierson collects the protest art of Cuba

Ian Davenport's first solo exhibition in Dubai on view at Custot Gallery

The mourning Virgin holding her son's crucified body is a popular devotional image

Exhibition brings together the largest group of original drawings by Michelangelo

Mary's grief powerfully communicated in "Pietà with Donors" at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cincinnati Art Museum commemorates 500 years since the Reformation with Dürer exhibition

Transgressive, honest, devastating: the Australian exhibition reframing the male gaze

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux's enduring admiration for Michelangelo

Happy Thanksgiving! Art by Joseph Griffith

It’s always Chanukah in this picture-perfect Italian town

Museum of Russian Icons receives major gift of more than 100 works

German mystics imagined the Virgin Mary was holding Christ as a baby when he died

The "Human Figure in Islamic Art" at the David Collection, Copenhagen.

Treasures of Early Christian art on view at the Toledo Museum of Art

Germany's Pietà (Vesperbild) and the Schöne Stil, or Beautiful Style

Exhibition features contemporary Buddhism

INSPIRE ME! Artist of the Month, Kelvin Burzon - Nov/Dec 2017

The uppermost tier of the Demidoff altarpiece is at the Met Museum

NYC Rabbi's pop art lessons on Judaism finds home in Indianapolis


Tonight's movie review: ‘Justice League,’ better than the last one!

Spirit of Bethlehem Porcelain Nativity Exhibit at Stark Museum of Art

Kosta Kulundzic: Icons (With BAM!#*)

DC's new Bible museum could change the museum business

A downtown artist/collector who cast a long shadow

To Jonathan Kent Adams, art, God and love are sacred

Tibetan pride in Ithaca, NY on Saturday, Nov. 18

Leonardo da Vinci painting of Christ sells for $450.3 million, shattering auction highs

New DC museum invites visitors to 'engage' with the Bible

Museum of the Bible set to open this week

Muslim artist's paintings focus on the crucifixion and what happens next

The Museum of the Bible opens Friday. Here’s what to expect at its restaurants.

Biblical History at What Cost? Hobby Lobby, the Museum of the Bible and the antiquities market

Utah artists make spirituality visual — but not in the ways you'd expect

The Museum of the Bible references Islam twice, and other things we learned on our tour

5 pieces of art you should see at the Louvre Abu Dhabi